The city centres of all German cities, though not so grand as those of other European countries, are very approachable. There are museums in them, which display the gold and silver jewelry of the past. The gardens are quiet, the vegetation is well laid out, and they are suitable for walking and talking.
Hofgarten is an Italian Baroque art garden in the center of Munich, which is close to the British garden. The garden was built between 1613 and 1617. In the center of the garden is the pavilion of Diana, the goddess. There are eight paths leading from the pavilion to the surrounding area. The palace garden is still bathed in the blue sky, white clouds and sunset at 8:00 p.m.
The palace garden is rather ordinary. If you are interested in the Munich palace, remember to reserve enough time. There are still many exhibitions to visit. The garden of the queen of the palace is very good, typical Western Garden style, symmetrical layout, delicate vegetation pruning, the murals in the corridor are a piece of history.
Like this garden, it has no eye-catching design, not the most prosperous pavement, it is only a simple and neat combination of several lawns. But, full of lilac flowers, fresh and elegant, not secular! Unlike Lavender purple, it is not as rich as lavender purple, nor as bright and light purple as flowers of various colors. It makes people feel calm and peaceful, and here you can see a sweet kiss from a couple of lovers. What this garden brings to me is full of warmth and sweetness!
The palace garden is not too much decorated, the lawn or the flowers, unlike the Mirabel Garden or the Meiquan Palace, which is trimmed like a complex carpet. The palace garden is just a few lawns spread out in all directions with the pavilion as the center. It happened that someone in the pavilion was playing the violin and the melodious music was flying over the garden. It was an art everywhere.
There's another artist here. I'll pack the tickets. This is the best cello music I've ever heard. Walking into the park for a while, I heard it. I thought it was the background music of the speaker. The music was melodious and expressive. I wanted to buy his album, but I didn't dare to... We have YY, he is the young teacher, haha.
The Royal Palace Garden in Munich is just beside the British Garden. The garden is a Renaissance style palace garden, which is not as large as the British Garden. But it also seems very quiet. On a sunny evening, the fountains are open and it's comfortable to sit on the bench beside the fountain.
One of Munich's most beautiful and beautiful parks was built in 1716 near the British Park. Children love it here!