We usually go to this park daily it's so close to our hotel Brighton hotel and we enjoy walking in the green with so perfect Organization and so quite garden and romantic We usually spent 2 hours walking at the garden and free entry
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Such a beautiful park to explore. I enjoyed meeting some of the locals walking their dogs here. The distinctive song of the cicada was everywhere!
Gardens are amazing. Very close proximity of other monuments, so its impossible to skip the gardens. Wear some comfortable shoes and bring an umbrella. The garden does have some pretty good photo spots, so enjoy!
Its a beautiful place. I proposed here. Lots of directions to explore but also good for a picnic. Wonderful park. Japanese go there during weekends. . A place suitable for everyone of any age
This is one of my favourite parks in Japan. I find this park very peaceful. It is quite large however it is beautiful walking around, exploring the different areas, tress, flowers, etc. We were there at the end of cherry blossom season and it was...More
Kyoto Imperial Palace Park occupied a very large space. Lots of activities were held there particularly during sakura festive period. There were quite a number of large cherry trees and many people come here to take their photos or brought their snacks here. A nice...More
Whilst raining when I visited the Kyoto Gyoen National Garden, one can't deny the beauty of it. This is a one huge park where you can literally run, cycle have picnic. I heard that you can even play sports here. Prepare you energy drink if...More
This is a park not a garden. Lots of activities within this enormous rectangle. There's tennis grounds, pond, bridge etc and of course the imperial palace. We are so glad we cycled as we would have died walking around here. It's too big. The cycle...More
Given its distance from any metro stations at all, never mind the minority of ones that metro passes are actually valid in, it is impossible to classify this garden as anything but a walking area. A long walk to get there, and a long walk...More