London is a perfect place for a getaway weekend (sometimes it is cheaper to travel to this city than others in our country!), And especially for escape routes and prefabricated discover on our own “secret” places. The gardens, of course, are among them.
More than 200 orchards unexplored
It seems almost impossible to visit them all in one weekend. Luckily, it is an initiative that is held once a year in summer (dates may vary). Among the gardens secrets that opened to curious are private places as emblematic of Cadogan Place and Eaton Square; Warwick Square or Square Eccleton that recreate the wild countryside and own colorful rural England; nature reserves and Barnsbury Camley, medicinal gardens located at the College of Physicians of the city or Melissa Garden, a corner dedicated to beekeeping.
Tradition and beauty come together in these gardens, most of which tell a story with a stroll along the trails. Hats off to this initiative in London, a tribute to the natural world and an example to many cities should follow. Unfortunately, parks and green spots are still the great unknown for hardcore urbanites.