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Botanical Garden Zagreb, Zagreb

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  • If you don't use the main entrance on Marulicev, it's a little hard to maneuver.......we came from the train station past the Esplanade Hotel..... but a lovely, huge botanical garden beautifully maint...  more »
  • What a delightful small-ish garden, I'm surprised it's free to enter. I particularly liked the ponds around the small fountain and the pond in the hot house as they were covered in fabulous lilies. It...  more »
  • Located near the train station, this garden needs a lot more work to reach its full potential. Worth a stroll through if you are in the area, but I would not make a special trip to visit it.  more »
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  • I visited in mid May 2017, and was a little too late for the Spring blooms, but was still a pleasant stroll. Many features were under maintenance, and fenced off. Probably getting ready for the high season in July / August. Good educational display of carnivorous plants housed in the main building.
  • Beautiful place to visit in the spring. The FloraArt exhibition was well planned in accordance with blooming (except for magnolias). A portion of the left part of the garden seemed unfinished, but that didn't disturb the concept of the garden.
  • Very well maintained and the sections are exquisitely organized. More than just pretty flowers, this botanical garden, over 125 years old, features trees and others plants from around the world.
  • Utterly pathetic. Palms still in pots because gardener is too lazy to plant them. Green house is tiny. Some sections had a single tree. Japanese garden was so terrible it was barely identifiable. The Gardening version of Dismaland.
  • A restful green spot away from traffic in the city. Lovely. But restricted opening hours. Free entrance.