I actually spent four hours in it. It is strongly recommended to plant enthusiasts.
Spain''s attractions are usually want to charge, less free time, after all, southern Europe''s tourism industry is one of the country''s major industry, by geographical advantage for dinner. And the botanical garden in need tickets, but to get rid of all kinds of live with the label instructions a wide variety of plants, collection of specimens of what is and other botanical garden, there is artificial maintenance fee, you can understand it is the museum of plant, while European museums usually want to charge. Need to remind you that the botanic garden open from 10 o ''clock in the morning, the first time I go to is from the ritz next to the park in the morning just walk out the result early this botanical garden didn''t open the door.
It's a small botanical garden. There are many plants in it. There are more than 10,000 kinds of plants. There are also many sculptures and monuments of the monarchs of all dynasties. The environment is very beautiful. Tropical greenhouses are interesting. They have pitaya or something.
Botanical gardens designed 250 years ago put you in a world of more than 5,000 plants. According to the botanical garden statistics in 1942, the library has collected more than 1 million plant specimens, 10,000 patterns and 5,000 living plants. Winter sunshine and summer shade have also attracted more visitors to Madrid's Royal Botanical Garden and given people the opportunity to recognize, learn and explore this mysterious plant kingdom of 5,000 different kinds.
The Botanical Garden has a good view. Tickets are cheap. You can buy them anywhere. It's very close to the Prado Museum.