Located on Lake Geneva, the English Garden is a very easy to miss attraction just behind the flower clock.
The garden on the lakeside is very beautiful, passing the garden today is catching up with a person blowing bubbles, colorful bubbles floating near the fountain, very dreamy, very interesting.
[Fun] There are some festivals and food festivals in summer, but sometimes at night there are some drinkers who have been very unconsciously to throw bottles and glasses here, is the city garbage more place.
Free city park.
Lake Geneva feels very good, the big fountain, the Mont Blanc Bridge, the surrounding small gardens are very beautiful. Going around is a feeling of leisure and comfort, looking at the big fountain with rainbow, the flower clock is very special, I only know that the area called the British garden, at that time did not see the "British" wind, why? What's the story?
The English Garden on Lake Geneva was built to commemorate Geneva's accession to the Swiss Confederation.
An open park covering an area of 25,000 square meters, with lush green trees, elegant sculpture fountains, surrounding flower clocks and monuments, Lake Geneva and a large fountain in front, and streets and tall buildings on the back ~
Citizens take a leisurely stroll in the park, and tourists come to the park to watch and check in~
The garden was built in 1854, is located in Geneva lake, elegant environment, is a good place for leisure walk. Campus is not only have great trees and all kinds of fountains, statues, the world famous flower clock is also located in this, a lot of to take photos with attracts thousands of visitors.
It's quite small, but the environment is very good and the scenery is beautiful
English Park is a tree-lined urban park located on the banks of Lake Geneva. The English Garden is a good place for relaxing walks along Lake Geneva. Fountains and statues are decorated among the towering trees in the garden. There are no shocking spectacles in the park, and all the park roads are full of an oriental poetic wandering. The English garden is open. On the north side, you can borrow the scenery such as the large fountain and Lake Geneva into the garden. On the south side, the park is naturally integrated into the city streets.