When you travel to a country the first few things to do are taking a stroll through a garden and on that note many countries have beautiful forests, sanctuaries and wildlife to be seen but before you go that far first stroll through the important gardens from the top countries of the world.
Kenrokuen, Kanazawa, Japan
The creators of Zen design landscapes that are full of space and with vivid colours. This graden in Japan was made over 200 years ago and preserved that way.
Gardens of Versailles, Versailles, France
Louis XIV was an extravagant monarch and hence the garden outside the palace of Versailles is as extravagant as the inside of the palace. The current landscape was designed by gardener Andre Le Notre and covers around 2,000 acres.
Butchart Gardens, Canada
If you want to across breathtaking never ending fields of tulips, hyacinths and daffodils then the Butchart gardens is the place where all spring dreams come true. The gardens are illuminated at night with subtle lights, firework shows and boat tours just like all fairy tales are … If spring isn’t enough you can stroll the garden to watch maples turn to bold tones of red, orange, rustic brown, gold and enjoy the Christmas decor at the end of the year.
Villa d’Este, Tivoli, Italy
France has exquisite architecture but so do the Italians. Before the french revolution, in the 16th century there was a villa more like a mansion that was built with an awe inspiring garden surrounded with 51 fountains. Fountains back in the day were run only gravity so it didn’t need a technical upgrade after all these years.
Monet garden, Giverny, France
There are many gardens in this world but never was an artist so mesmerised that the paintings became world famous. The Garden land was owned by Monet and his family and ever since then he has planted the garden full of symmetries, colours and stunning perspectives. He later bought a land and dug a pond which grew in size and filled those with stunning plants too. The scenery in his garden is simply too stunning and vivid.