21 Most Gorgeous Gardens in the World

We love visiting gardens on our travels. And we’ve been fortunate to stroll through some stunning examples, including in England, Hawaii, France, Mexico, South Africa .

And also closer-to-home where we live in British Columbia, Canada. So today, we spread our wings to bring you 21 of the most beautiful gardens in the world!

Claude Monet’s Garden

There are two parts to the Monet Gardens – a flower garden in front of his pink house and the famous Japanese-inspired water gardens across the road.


Some 600 fountains, 370+ statues, 55 water features, 21 miles of canals and hundreds of acres of flower beds. It’s impossible not to be dazzled by the magnificent garden.

Gardens of Versailles



Keukenhof is famous for its hyacinths, tulips, crocuses, daffodils and other spring flowers. More than 7 million flower bulbs are planted every year!


Generalife Garden

It’s perhaps the most charming part of Alhambra, thanks to its water garden courtyard, fountains, pebbled walkways, groves of orange trees, colonnades and pavilions.


Villa d’Este Gardens

Villa d’Este is a sumptuous 16th century mansion about an hour outside of Rome, famous for its breathtaking Italian Renaissance garden.


Kew Royal Botanic Gardens

Spend the day exploring the enormous Victorian glasshouses and wandering the miles of paths leading to rose gardens.


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