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Parque del Drago, Icod de los Vinos
Categories: National Parks, Nature & Parks
Explore Tenerife’s plant life at Parque del Drago, a park featuring an ancient tree called the Dragon Tree. This mushroom-shaped tree is said to be about 1,000 years old and is 20 m (66 ft) tall. There are also smaller trees of the same type, as well as other exotic plants. You can also view the Dragon Tree from the public square outside the park. Put Parque del Drago into our Icod de los Vinos itinerary builder to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Icod de los Vinos.
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Ce parc offre un aperçu de la flore locale. L'arbre millénaire, le Drago, est impressionant. La visite vaut le détour.This park offers a glimpse of the local flora. The Millennium tree, the Drago, is impressive. Worth the visit.show original
Niemand muss in diesen Park und dafür bezahlen. Wir sind gerne bereit, für Außergewöhnliches auch Geld zu bezahlen, aber hier lohnt sich eher ein Blick vom Kirchenvorplatz. Dort hat man tolle Sicht un... read more »No one has to pay in this park and for that. We are willing to pay money for out of the ordinary, but here worth a look from the forecourt of the church more. There is great visibility and also a very good photo motif. In addition, a very interesting tree with very unusual appearance is there left hand. Closer to the tree e. G. Touch to not really get in the Park.show original
Drzewo jak najbardziej godne polecenia jednak sam park juz nie do konca gdyż za wstęp trzeba dodatkowo płacić a to samo zobaczy sie z widoku obok kosciolaTree the most recommendable however, the park no longer to the end as the entrance fee you have to pay extra and the same will see the view next to the Churchshow original
Nice park. Besides the Drago tree there're plants and a cave with info about mummification. Entrance fee was 5 EUR per adult. If you just want to have a look at the tree and take photos, you'll have the option to do this for free from the church square.
If you are in the area, might aswell drop by. If you have the cash, might aswell pay the entrance fee. If you don't have the cash, just go to the neighbouring square and look at the "oldest dragontree" for free.
Beautifull but bit small... Great scenery and the tree... Gorgeous
Lovely botanical garden, with 1000+ year old dragon tree, one of a kind if the whole world.
Nice garden but too expensive. You can admire the Draco from the garden on the other side of the street. Very good souvenirs shop that have free access.
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