16 May A walk through the Botanical Garden of Malaga
In the spring, Malaga is beautiful and its Botanical Garden, one of the most important tropical and subtropical gardens in Spain and Europe, located in Finca de la Concepción, shines as never before.
With more than 25,000 species of plants, 90 of them palm trees, 200 native plants and the rest tropical and subtropical invites to take a long walk, without hurry, for its 23 hectares, to enjoy all this vegetation as well as its fountains and waterfalls, in a romantic and neoclassical environment that catches whoever knows it.
Amalia Heredia Livermore and Jorge Loring Oyarzábal, marquises of Casa Loring, were their creators in 1850. It was declared a historic-artistic garden in 1943, Málaga City Council acquired it in 1990, conditioned it and opened it to the public in 1994.
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