Botanischer Garten der Technischen Universität Dresden, Dresden
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  • If the Dresden botanical gardens also not with the really big collections (such as Berlin) can keep up, so worth the way but in any case for interested visitors. Areas arranged by subject provide informative insights into different regions of the world.
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  • From the outside we thought first it is not so nice but if it is then comfortably get through is it beautiful to look at while we were there in October but it was worth it anyway. Very much recommended.
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  • Over on the old town side of town is the Grosser Garten, a large green space, where they have a botanical garden. They had a large variety of plants and a couple of greenhouses that had tropical plant...  more »
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  • This garden is not very big and not very impressive. It has a big variety of plants and it is good for walking but nothing too impressive
  • At approximately 25 minutes walking from Frauenkirche is the Botanical Garden, a great place to relax from the city. I would advise to go by bike, as the distance is pretty big (and you can leave them at the door with any problem). Plus the entrance is free. I really loved that the garden is not overcrowded so you can wander around freely. As you would expect in any botanical garden it is divided in different geographical sections such as America, Asia, Africa, etc.. I really liked the greenhouses (it has five!), specially the tropical one which has some aquariums and the succulent house, which was really good preserved despite the humid weather in the exterior. I’d wish the explanations were in English too, but other than that we had a great time enjoying the plants. I would recommend to plan your visit in the morning as it closes pretty early in the afternoon, even in summer (6pm)
  • Very interesting and well maintained garden. Different subject plants and greenhouses. Free admission. For the whole family a full day excursion.
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  • Free admission. You must find parking in the residential area opposite. Stroke of luck! Not for rainy days.
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  • A very nice and well-kept botanical garden with succulents - and tropical House. Benches of and tables under palm trees invite you to rest. The admission is free.
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