Wednesday, 18 May 2016

Athens Chronicles | National Gardens

Starting from Syntagma Square, we can visit the beautiful National Gardens in Athens, once named the Royal Gardens. These gardens, with around 40 acres, situated in the center of the city, home to over 500 species of plants, trees and animals and constitute a true oasis of tranquility.
From the entrance, located next to the Parliament, we can already appreciate the size and beauty of this park, dominated, on this side, by a long avenue lined with towering palm trees. Continuing the tour by the numerous paths that cross the garden, we find lakes, rich vegetation, as well as quiet corners where we can rest in the shade and away from the city bustle.

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