Jardin Botanico Historico La Concepcion, Malaga

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Garden · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
With tropical and subtropical plants from five continents, garden lovers will find much to enjoy at Jardin Botanico Historico La Concepcion, including an English garden with over 150 years of history. Updated and re-opened in 1994, this botanical garden is interesting from both historical and modern perspectives. Check out the Chinese wisteria and the San Telmo aqueduct from the 18th century. Take a picnic and plan to spend time strolling. You can get here on foot or via city bus. By using our Malaga online sightseeing planner, you can arrange your visit to Jardin Botanico Historico La Concepcion and other attractions in Malaga.
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  • A perfect place to walk in nature and see what kind of plants there are in the world. My companion on the trip studies biology so he had a lot of interesting facts, but if you're not as lucky there...  more »
  • Very interesting botanical garden, there is an old part of more than 100 years, with waterfalls and tree-covered paths, as well as a new part - cactus garden, observation post, garden with useful...  more »
  • Great escape from the city. Easy to get to by bus and a short (slight up hill for most of it) walk to reach. The grounds are well maintained and interesting to walk about. Most of the buildings were closed on our visit but we had a lovely break in the cafe. If you're a family or plan on spending quite some time there I'd recommend bringing a picnic as there are plenty of breakout areas. Some of the routes are deemed "hard" but it is all very walkable for most people. Particularly enjoyed the walk of 80 tress from continents and countries around the world. If you're looking for a break from the sun and tourists of the city then this is a great spot to spend time in.
  • My husband and I come to Spain regularly and we visit the botanical gardens every time when in Costa del sol. They are so picturesque and very calming to walk round. We particularly enjoy seeing the wildlife and love the sound of the frogs. We also eat at the small cafe where the staff are very friendly and helpful. No doubt we will be back next year.

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