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Enea GmbH, Rapperswil

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  • We went there with my brother-in-law, who was very sceptical. We fully enjoyed our walk through the outdoor space/museum of THE star landscaping architect of Switzerland. The combination of trees and ...  more »
  • The name Enea tree Museum is seducer. There are here no big old impressive trees, but a beautiful park with special trees. It is not very impressive and my opinion not worth the price of admission. If you want to apply a special garden or Park you can get good ideas.
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  • Very nice service. Whether it's a breakfast or dinner, the staff is very coming to. The selection of beers is good and the wine list has surprised even me. My beef filet was cooked perfectly.
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  • Unique atmosphere, very classy and beautiful furnished Super tree Museum with old stocks of various places of the world. Very good and kompentente consulting. Just worth!
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  • Promised much - nothing held. In English we say: overpromised and underdelivered. Seems a very competent first. Everything else is unfortunately unprofessional. Therefore not to be recommended.
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  • Unfortunately bad experience. Massive problems with neighbors during construction and garden projects in Switzerland.
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  • Wonderful tree Museum.
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