Air Serbia » Er Srbija | 19 Do vrtova je lako doci londonskompodzemnom železnicom These gardens are easy to reach via the London Underground metro rail system All the scents of the world blossom. Discover beautiful greenhouses, including the iconic Palm House with its exotic rainforest and Waterlily House, with its amazing, giant lily pads. Kew Palace, the smallest British royal palace, dates back to 1631 and was built in the Dutch style. To the rear of the place is the Queen’s Garden, where only plants that were found in the United Kingdom in the 17th century and medicinal herbs are grown. Also located here is the Princess of Wales Conservatory, Kew’s third largest greenhouse, which was created in 1987 under the patronage of Princess Diana. It has ten computer-controlled micro-climate zones with specimens of plants from global dry and wet tropical ecosystems (orchids, cacti, carnivorous plants etc.). The Royal Botanic Gardens (better known as Kew Gardens) have been recognised as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO thanks to the exceptional diversity of plants on display here. Located in Richmond Upon Thames in southwest London, the gardens first opened in 1759, while today - with over 50,000 plant varieties spread over an area of 121 hectares - these famous gardens are home to one of the world’s largest and most diverse collections of plants and flowers. Spring is perhaps the best time of year to visit, as that’s when the season’s first blossoms start to appear: you’ll see the magnificent magnolia trees in bloom and lawns adorned with flowering bluebells, white and purple crocuses, delicate snowdrops and bold daffodils. Another springtime highlight is the two parallel rows of cherry trees decked in exquisite pink