A Trip Through The World's Most Stunning Gardens

Keukenhof, known as the Garden of Europe, is one of the world's largest flower gardens and noted for its spring tulip displays.

Keukenhof Gardens,  Netherlands

Lalbagh in Bangalore, an 18th-century garden, is known for its tropical vegetation, old rock formations, and flower display glasshouse.

Bangalore's Lalbagh Botanical Garden

This garden amidst Menorca's ancient quarries contrasts nature and human activity with Mediterranean vegetation and medieval stone walls

Menorca's Lithica Quarries

Chicago's 27 gardens and four natural areas on nine islands include a famous Bonsai collection and a stunning aquatic garden.

Illinois' Chicago Botanic Garden

Jardin Botánico Quito at Parque Carolina displays Ecuador's botanical richness with native orchids, bromeliads, and tropical plants.

Quito Botanico Garden

Historic Lismore Castle's gardens, previously held by Sir Walter Raleigh, have formal and informal places with stunning views of the Irish countryside.

Lismore Castle, Waterford, Ireland

A topiary garden, orchid garden, and life-size dinosaur garden are among the 500-acre botanical garden's themed gardens.

Nong Nooch Tropical Botanical Garden Thailand