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  Paseo del Parque
It is the most important garden in the city and one of the most important botanic gardens in Europe due to its plants variety. Inside we can find a great variety of vegetation and commemorative monuments.
  Finca de la Concepción Botanic Garden
Pedrizas Road(N-331) km. 166
Tel 952 25 21 48. 10 to 16h. Closed on Monday.
You can find huge bouganvillas, shade bananas, Chinese orange blossoms, rubber plants, giants aves del paraíso, bamboo and the monstera deliciosa or Adam’s rib, among other species.
  Pedro Luis Alonso Gardens
Cervantes Avenue. Placed right in front of the east façade of the Town Hall. Inside, we can find different kinds of flowerbeds decorated with three galleries of orange trees surrounding several ponds and a cage with exotic birds.
Puerta Oscura Gardens
Guillén Sotelo Street. Nice gardens, placed on the south hillside of the Gibralfaro spur on which the Alcazaba is located, The gardens go down the Alcazaba slope with geometrical traces of traditional and colourful composition.
  Pablo Ruiz Picasso Gardens
Avda Andalucía. Ubicado en la parte nueva de la ciudad, se caracteriza por poseer numerosos ejemplares de ficus, considerados de los mayores de Europa. A la sombra de dos magníficos Ficus, se puede contemplar la escultura de Picasso, realizada por el escultor malagueño Berrocal.
La Cónsula Gardens
Closed to Churriana, six km. away from the city. We can find very interesting botanic species, especially those with tropical origin, standing out different palm trees and yuccas. In 1984 the building was rehabilitated and nowadays is the headquarters of the Catering Business School.
  Hacienda San José Gardens
Located in the north exit of the city. The gardens placed around the finca tried to find a romantic approach and at the same time they strengthened its landscapist focus due to its outstanding location and sights over Málaga.
El Retiro Gardens
Churriana. Historical garden created by Juan Felipe Longinos de Echevarri de Villalcázar and José Martín de Aldehuela at the end of 17th century. Opened as public garden nowadays is closed.
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