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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...more
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Started just 25 years ago, the gardens are amazingly mature and varied. It’s more a hillside set of paths than the level gardens of a Capetown or Victoria, so a bit of a challenge for those with difficulty walking. The grooming, labelling and variety are...More
Beautiful setting and the gardens are 1st class. We'll laid out into different areas of interest and themes. The areas are clearly signposted with nice paved walkways. It's vast and a bit hilly in places so if you have difficulty walking then you may not...More
We spent over three hours here in June. There are regular buses from the town centre to the gardens. The ticket prices are reasonable considering the size of the gardens. There is a huge variety of different themed gardens. All signs are in German, Italian...More
We visited here as part of a TUI trip from Limone. I absolutely loved visiting here, the gardens are beautiful. Everything is immaculately kept, and there was loads to look at and for our children to do.
The gardens are set over a large area...More
We spent a good four hours at this garden in August of 2018 (we being two middle aged adults, my elderly mother (age 74) and our eight year old daughter. We all loved this garden. It is well worth the cost of the admission and...More
We spent an entire day in the gardens and time didn’t drag so give yourself plenty of time to take it all in. There’s ponds, various gardens, lots of walking, activities, a museum, a cafe, and a nice restaurant. I would definitely recommend visiting these...More
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