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Just visited today and everything was dried up completely. All visitors were disappointed and annoyed to be charged entrance for bone dry aquatic gardens. The tea garden is free and pleasant but the rest is awful.
A bit concerned after reading other reviews. We climbed up past the open gardens and then onto the Risco Bello garden cafe. We spoke with the delightful Belguim ancester of the gardens. Yes they are completely run down, but we looked past this to find...More
We visited in July. Oh dear - what a shame. You could see what the place could have been, but with no water, it was just a smelly overgrown set of pathways taking you up and down through weeds and insects. No running water, no...More
This was my 6th visit to the garden. Of the two ladies one was still going strong. The time seems to stand still there. The garden is in the need of a total renovation. The ponds had deep sediments and the vegetation had grown a...More
We visited as part of a cruise excursion (Risco Bello, the orchid gardens and botanical gardens). This garden, in contrast to the other two, is less formal, with little or no labelling of the flora.
There a 5 terraces, with fairly steep steps connecting them,...More
I visited the gardens today.
Read recommended reviews saying this was a top spot for pictures and peace and quiet.
It was quiet as I only saw 2 other people here.
As for pictures, well what can I say.
This place must be living on...More
We stopped in here when we realised how close we were. Followed the signs and were charged €4 per person to enter the aquatic gardens.
You can tell they have been beautiful once upon a time with nice paths and little areas with good views....More
We had read about these gardens and decided to visit. It was very strange. You have to go up a steep hill to get there (but that is normal for anywhere in Puerto de la Cruz.) When we got to the gardens the gate was...More