Beautifully kept gardens with a mixture of plants, shrubs and trees. Everything was labelled and the paths were flat. There were a number of wheelchair users. Very impressive glass houses.
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April and May are the best months to visit Jagiellon Botanical Garden. Magnolias and rhododendrons are on blossom as well as lost of tulips. The garden is located almost in the heart of the city so no need to travel only 15 minutes walk from...More
The grand name is the only 'grand' thing about the place. Perhaps it could be interesting to specialists, but not necessarily to an average tourist. Frankly, not much to see... I have seen much more interesting gardens in private houses.
These botanical gardens are quite pretty, but not as beautiful as the botanical gardens in Wroclaw. There were few people when we visited and the place was tranquil.
When we eventually found the entrance of these Botanical gardens it started to rain.The entry fee was only10 PLN which was very cheap for two people.The paths we found were very slippy to walk on with water lodge on them so you have to watch...More
We stayed in the Botanical Gardens for about an hour. It was not anything special for us because we viewed the gardens just as "normal gardens". But for every plant lover or a professional biologist this is probably a paradise. The entrance fee is low,...More
My Wife and I visited on the 20 September and despite the Autumn feel there was still a lot of colour and interesting plants and flowers to see. We certainly took home ideas too for plants and planting. The green houses too with their wide...More
We're at the end of the growing season but this has clearly had some full on displays that I wish I had seen. The hothouses remain of interest and the gardens offer cool, quiet nooks for contemplation. We had planned on seeking out the usual...More
Very pleasant for a Sunday morning walk, I think the entrance was 15PLN per adult, less for concessions and free for young children. Though somewhat lacking of information on the different plant species and as normal there was the smattering of bored, miserable looking staff,...More