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I Giardini di Castel Trauttmansdorff

Via San Valentino 51/A, 39012, Merano, Italy
+39 0473 255600
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Absolutely splendid!

A must see if you come to Merano! These immaculately kept gardens will enchant you as you walk... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
ZairaG
via mobile
Just lovely!

This is my second time to visit this wonderful place! Simply amazing! If you are a garden... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Abbey G
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Insights into exotic Mediterranean landscapes and views of the surrounding mountain chains and sun-kissed Merano: The Gardens of Trauttmansdorff Castle comprises eighty natural and cultivated landscapes nestled into a natural amphitheatre, a wide array of themed gardens, and numerous Artist Pavilions and Experience Stations. Visitors find the extraordinary combination of nature, culture and art at South Tyrol's most popular attraction absolutely enchanting. The interplay of historical and contemporary architecture, a rich variety of events, and seasonal blooming throughout the course of the year all make Trauttmansdorff an experience for all five senses and for visitors of all ages. After being named Italy's Most Beautiful Garden in 2005 and Europe's No. 6 Garden in 2006, Trauttmansdorff was honored with the International Garden of the Year award in 2013, thus joining the ranks of the world's most important and beautiful gardens and parks. The Touriseum, the spirited museum housed inside Trauttmansdorff Castle, now spotlights recent tourism history and features new exhibits about the castle's VIP guests.
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Via San Valentino 51/A, 39012, Merano, Italy
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

A must see if you come to Merano! These immaculately kept gardens will enchant you as you walk through guided paths of flora all clearly labeled.

Thank ZairaG
Reviewed 1 week ago

This is my second time to visit this wonderful place! Simply amazing! If you are a garden enthusiast and a flower afficionado like me, then come see it! You will never get tired of it! We had a nice meal and a cup of coffee...More

Thank Abbey G
Reviewed 1 week ago

A hilly site, surrounding a beautiful pond with flowering water lilies. The terraces and hillside were packed with large spreads of flowers and flowering shrubs, designed more for visual impact and enjoyment than as botanical specimens, though there were some impressive giant palm trees. A...More

Thank Bruce T
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Beautiful gardens in a lovely setting under the castle. Definitely worth visiting and easy to access on the Number 1 bus from the centre of town. Good value for money , with a mixture of gardens to wander through and relax for half a day.

Thank DougMurray
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

What a great garden. Beautifully maintained. Some surprises along the walks. In summer go early in the day and take your time taking it all in. Thoroughly enjoyable.

Thank Atlas1669
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Even if you're not a plant or flower lover, you can't not be awed by this incredible spot. There's something for everyone here, from the plants to the birds to the love garden and the balcony hanging in the sky ... we spent a few...More

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We found a bit difficult to enjoy the gardens in the heat of July, some paths require taking a lot of steps up. The brochure with circuits is very good and informative. Beautiful sunflowers field and pond with Japanese carps were highlights. Relax at Palm...More

Thank endis
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

These are supposedly the Best Botanical Gardens in Italy. Can only agree with this statement. Absolutely beautiful in terms of the range of plants, the gardens, the views, the number and variety of species. Extremely well maintained. A photographer's paradise. A must visit. Well worth...More

Thank 967diego
Reviewed 13 July 2017

As it was recommended to us, we visited this great park on the third week of April, but sadly the tulips were already withered. However, the visit was worthwhile anyway, as the setting of this park is amazing. It is worthwhile to go as early...More

Thank Carole B
Reviewed 11 July 2017

It was well worth the visit we travelled from bolzano by car. Gardens are simply divine & the sculptures & water features it feels like paradise.. Something for everyone. If you park in p3 & p4 its free. Where as p1 & p2 you pay.....More

Thank julie d
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BoFreeman
13 August 2017|
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Response from Melanie S | Property representative |
Hi BoFreeman, it depends on the weather, but last year the gardens in the first november week were really beautyfull. Maybe take a look at our homepage or look what we post on facebook. Best regards, Melanie
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alessotravel
12 December 2016|
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Response from Brian D | Reviewed this property |
it is so large there is always something to see. there is also an indoor tourist museum .
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