From Chateau Villandry in the Loire Valley, to roses overload in Spain, travel to these European gardens for the best botanicals in bloom.

The Cervantes Rose Garden, Barcelona, Spain

Abloom with 15,000 roses and occupying over four hectares of land, the Cervantes Rose Garden is perched on top of the San Pedro Martir Hill in Spain, featuring flowers from all over the globe. With a selection of quaint paths to choose from, nature lovers could spend an entire day learning about the history and origin of each and every bush. The largest variety of roses stem from Asia, where you’ll find classic, ancient, and brand spanking new species amongst the bunch.

Opening times: All year, from 10:00am until 7:00pm (depending on the month.)
Prices: Free (woohoo!)