Check out some of the best parks in Europe to read, relax, picnic, go on a date or eat vanilla ice cream without leaving the city. Follow this board, new parks will be added regularly!
This huge park is fantastic for outdoors activities like boating on the lake, cycling or jogging. Or just a break from the city business.
One of the most popular green spaces in Barcelona and a UNESCO World Heritage Site considered to be one of Gaudí's most important works.
The oldest park in the city covers nearly 7000sqm and is located South of the old town. Enjoy several tea gardens, restaurants and benches with views of the bay of Antalya.
The Royal Kew Gardens are probably the most prestigious and wonderful gardens in the world. The are also home to the Royal Botanical Society and definitely worth a half day visit.
Hyde Park is one of the biggest parks of the city where you can easily spend half a day with friends and family. A beloved meeting point for Londoners in the summer.
With its statues, gardens, galleries and beautiful lake, the park makes for a great place to spend the afternoon.
This is the largest park in Rome. It is home to a lake, museums and more. It's a perfect break from the hectic pace of the city.
The Bardini Garden consists of 3 main areas offering Baroque and English landscaping as well as great views of the city.
The Boboli Gardens go from the Pitti Palace hill down to the Porta Romana making it one of the largest Italian style gardens.
The largest green area in Venice and home to many gorgeous pavilions, perfect for a history inspired walk.
The gorgeous Jardin du Luxembourg is one of Paris' most beloved parks and a wonderful place for a breath of fresh air.
The Versailles gardens are some of the most beautiful in the world and an absolute must see for anyone visiting Paris. Hop on a train and go play in Marie Antoinette's garden!
This huge park by the Rhone river is a masterpiece of landscaping and offers many activities and animations.