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Absolutely beautiful garden adjacent to the Prinsenhof Hotel. Everything is perfectly manicured, complete with sculptured box hedges and arbours. January is of course not the ideal time to visit, but even then, the winter flowers (pansies) were blooming and the bulbs are beginning to break...More
A tranquil oasis on the edge of the city centre with a number of distinct areas of differently themed formal gardens all very well maintained. Highlight for me were the 2 round and interlinked berceau.
the most beautiful historical sundial alone is worth while the visit to this garden. but the netire layout is wonderful and really typical for the time it was designed. with 2 shaded circular walks for the ladies. in those days a lady did not want...More
Strictly speaking it is a 1930s reconstruction of the original garden based on a 1634 map. Still the result is very charming and beautiful. Renaissance style, with different perks. The only drawback is that the benches are all at one side near the wall.
It was on my list and I was happy to visit it on Sunday as it was one of the highlights for me.
It was well maintained, a lot of nice roses and a very relaxing place to be, specially on a sunny day.
The gardens are kept immaculate and are beautiful to look at. Good for a walk or having a tea/coffee in the little cafe inside of the garden- if it is open. The garden is not that big but a quiet oasis in a buzzing town....More
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no, it's one of groningen's treasure troves that is totally free! and when the weather is fine you can have some tea, coffee, beer or wine and cake or snacks in the garden. there is a small vendor stall at the side of the... More
no, it's one of groningen's treasure troves that is totally free! and when the weather is fine you can have some tea, coffee, beer or wine and cake or snacks in the garden. there is a small vendor stall at the side of the garden