Hanbury Botanic Gardens (Giardini Botanici Hanbury), Ventimiglia

Categories: Gardens, Nature & Parks
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Hanbury Botanic Gardens (Giardini Botanici Hanbury), operated by the University of Genoa, cover some 18 hectares (44.5 acres). This attraction stretches to the shores of the Mediterranean. Established by English gardener and philanthropist Sir Thomas Hanbury in the late 19th century, the gardens changed hands to the Italian government after World War II. You’ll find plants from all six of the Mediterranean climate zones around the world. The current count of species numbers in the thousands. Check out the cafe by the sea to relax after touring the grounds. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Hanbury Botanic Gardens (Giardini Botanici Hanbury) and many more Ventimiglia attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Ventimiglia vacation route planner.
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  • If you have a car good luck with parking. Having been told by the tourist office in Menton you could not get there by bus we went to Ventimiglia by train and then local bus. Buy tickets in the small s...  read more »
  • built on a slope that ends on the coast road was built between the end of the nineteenth century and the beginning of the twentieth century contains a unique collection of many species of trees in the Middle a villa restauratacon remarkable accuracy is worth visiting the only downside is the location that requires a somewhat strenuous ascent to reach the exit
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  • To visit only if you are keen on Botany: the gardens offer a very wide range of flowers and plants, very interesting. Get ready to make a considerable hike in steep descents and equally challenging climbs: take it calmly and avoid the hot days. Maintenance and refreshment areas leave something to be desired.
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