In the Trinidad neighborhood of Valencia, in the margin of the old Turia riverbed, we find the Jardines del Real, also known as Jardines de Viveros or royal gardens, one of the most beautiful parks and elegant Valencia for the characteristic botanical wealth and the second largest city, after the Turia Gardens. Formerly these were the gardens of the Royal Palace of Valencia (now defunct because of the former Spanish War of Independence).
The Royal Gardens are rectangle and today is an important point that invites relaxation, reflection and why not, to leisure, as it has a circuit of strollers, a maze, bars in the park, and beautiful ponds.
Museums in the Jardines del Real (Nurseries)
Another important detail that we can not overlook is the existence of two unique museums in Valencia, Museum of Natural History and the Museum of Fine Arts in Valencia, thus, visit the gardens of the Real may be the most entertaining, educational and fun.
REAL GARDENS - NURSERY GARDENS
- St. Pius V, s / n
- 46010 VALENCIA
- Telephone: 96.352.54.78 Ext.4304
HOURS: Daily from 8:00 am to sunset.
NOTES: Free admission.
TRAFFIC PARK: Groups, schools, etc.. Make an appointment on the phone and fax 18.104.22.168 ..
TRAIN (Walk Viveros): Monday to Sunday from 11:00 to 14:30 and 16:00 to 20:00 pm Phone: 622.214.171.124.