When winter was over, all the scenery became brighter, flowers bloomed everywhere. Birds chirp sweetly and make all the scenery look brighter. The weather is friendly again, a good time for us to enjoy the beauty of the world.
Exploring beautiful gardens is one of the best options for enjoying spring vacations. You will feel a romantic feel that evokes all your happy memories. Taking your partner to the following places is the most appropriate thing!
Arranged neatly and beautifully, this park becomes one of the beautiful gardens in France. The park, built for Louis XIV, was designed by Andre Le Notre.
The park has an area of 800 hectares with a large expanse of canal greenery along 1,670 meters. There is also a large lake covering an area of 12 hectares.
Have you imagined how beautiful it is? Entry here is free, except when there is a Musical Fountains Shows and Musical Gardens event.
Lavender fields, France
France also has a very charming lavender field. You’re no stranger to this view, right? Yep, this lavender flower field is quite popular and often appears on Instagram timelines. In fact, it is often used as wallpaper because it is so beautiful.
The field is located in Prevence, the southeastern part of France bordering the Mediterranean sea and Italy. The color, texture, and aroma of lavender fields encapsulate much of Provence’s essence.
You can enjoy lavender fields by car, bike, or on foot. One of the most crowded spots here is in the square in front of Senanque Monastery near Gordes.
Butchart Park, Canada
this park is already very popular among travelers. Butchart Park in Colombia has an area of 50 hectares.
No responsibilities, you can enjoy six types of parks at once. These include Sunken Park, Concert Lawn Walk, rose garden, Japanese garden, Italian Garden, and Mediterranean Garden.
Sunflower garden, Italy
Romantic places in Italy are not just the Colosseum, the Tower of Pisa, and Venice. Located in a village of Tuscany area that has ancient medieval buildings, you can enjoy a beautiful garden.
In addition to enjoying the beauty of sunflowers, you can see the architecture of house buildings that are no less enchanting. You can come here in June and July, because the weather is sunny.
Usually, there are interesting events held there. Like The Victoria Symphony last week. For the sake of mutual comfort, visitors are prohibited from using selfie sticks.
Keukenhof Park, Netherlands
You must have known that here is famous for the beauty of tulips. Keukenhof Park is located in the city of Lisse. The area is about 32 hectares, with 800 varieties of tulips.
Tulips can only be seen in certain seasons.
The park provides a variety of facilities, such as Wi-Fi, free wheelchairs, free lockers. Tickets are priced at 18$ . It’s going to be a fun vacation.
Hitachi Seaside Park, Jepang
Located in Hitachinaka, Hitachi Seaside Park has an area of 190 hectares. You can get around the park area on foot or rent a bike. You can enjoy beautiful flowers at any time with a different theme each season.
You can see the beauty of tulips, sakura, daffodils, lavender, and many others. Not only that, you can also play various interesting rides such as labyrinth parks, giant bianglala, roller coasters, and others. Ticket prices range from 100-600 Yen.
Festival tulip, Canada
Have you ever been here? Or just see it on Instagram often? The name is also a festival, of course, it will be prepared more festive and will be different from the tulip garden in general.
There are 30 types of colorful tulips scattered in the fields covering an area of 40 hectares. Every year, the event is held in a different place, last year the festival was held in the Fraser Valley. The 12th festival will be held in April.
Suan Nong Nooch, Thailand
This beautiful park in Thailand is located in Pattaya City. Suan Nong Nooch is already popular with tourists because the scenery is beautiful and amazing. Like being in a fairytale land, this place is filled with Thai-style houses, villas, banquet halls, restaurants, and swimming pools.
Originally, Suan Nong Nooch was not a tropical garden as it is today. This land was used for fruit plantations in 1954. The park was only opened to the public in 1980 under the name “Suan Nong Nooch.” Suan means “garden”.