JURASSICA Jardin botanique, Porrentruy

(4.8/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
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  • Spring and summer are conducive to a walk in the Botanical Garden. The different spaces are fitted out and maintained permanently. Flowering is in full swing and new flowers are popping over the weeks. It is also an opportunity for a walk and why not take the time to a halt on one a few small spaces available. We then continues to the road of Fontenais (100 metres) to (re) discover the greenhouses where there reigns a tropical heat. The most interesting is undoubtedly the space reserved for the cactus that will delight both small and large. Free access at both locations.
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  • the botanic garden in Porrentruy is one of the oldest in Europe, and still today it is a nice and quiet place, worth a visit and a little rest.  more »
  • This Park is often seen as a staple of Porrentruy. I would go in this direction by the presentation that really marks a kind of nature. Take time to enjoy the quietness of the place (if students are not present) and attentions to well visit both parties. Indeed, the greenhouses are located below do not communicate directly with the first. Also take the time to admire the Foucault pendulum. I recommend you visit this place in the spring or early summer. If you go through Porrentruy take a little time to admire the plants. The entrance is free.
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  • Very nice, but a bit small. Greenhouses are also interesting. Free entry all year round.
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