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Royal Botanic Gardens, Melbourne

Melbourne's renowned Royal Botanic Gardens offer an excellent, rambling city escape. Covering over 100 sections of land, a horde of vegetation from Australia, alongside colorful species from across the globe — including dark swans, bellbirds and kookaburras — call it home.1)

Villa Doria Pamphili, Rome

The Villa Doria Pamphili is Rome's biggest finished recreational area and is loaded up with shocking engineering, painstakingly planned and carefully trimmed gardens, enormous pathways and sculptures and containers that fill in as a token of Rome's glorious history.2)

Ibirapuera Park, São Paulo

This downtown Brazilian park is one of the most well-known spots for open-air exercises and occasions in São Paulo. Built in 1954, it's frequently contrasted with New York's incredibly popular Central Park. The recreation center not only offers a break from its bustling surroundings, but it also houses lakes, an outdoor exhibition hall and more.3)

Forest Park, St Louis

Arranged in St Louis, Missouri, Forest Park traverses a huge 1,371 acres of land and functions as the city's social center point, including a workmanship exhibition hall, history gallery, science focus, zoo and ice arena, and flaunts duck lakes and running ways, among different attractions.4)

Luxembourg Garden, Paris

There's such a huge amount to do and find in Paris that it can feel difficult to pause and take in the pleasant ambiance. Fortunately, the Latin Quarter is home to Luxembourg Gardens, which is all flowerbeds, apple and pear plantations and nurseries. It's the ideal spot to unwind in the City of Love. 5)

Stanley Park, Vancouver

Perhaps Canada's most prominent downtown park, the 1,000-acre Stanley Park is similarly loved by local people and guests. It provides a center of the action, from rollerblading and climbing to open-air theater exhibitions and a twilight film. It also houses lakes, woodland trails, water lilies and more to appreciate. 6)

Central Park, New York City

It wouldn't be a rundown of parks without the most notable one on earth. Central Park is home to everything from horse carriages to street vendors, including an ice arena during winter and Strawberry Fields, an accolade for John Lennon.7)

Balboa Park, San Diego

Though situated in Southern California, Balboa Park will make you feel like you’ve entered a totally different world. There, you’ll find the San Diego Zoo, a rose garden, beautiful fountains, performing arts centres and a blue-tiled bell tower which rings out each hour. 8)

Hibiya Park, Tokyo

Even though Tokyo is among the most populated urban areas on the planet, it's also home to many parks, and Hibiya Park is the most wonderful of all. A staggering, quiet city retreat, you'll discover everything from flowerbeds and cherry blooms to live music and theater. 9)

Park Güell, Barcelona

Planned by Antoni Gaudì, Barcelona's Parl Güell is one of the most special parks on the planet. It's arranged on Carmel Hill, with two huge structures connoting the passage, and is loaded up with dazzling nurseries and Art Nouveau design. 10)

Griffith Park, Los Angeles

Los Angeles is known for being occupied and clamoring 24 hours every day, and Griffith Park is one the country's biggest metropolitan parks, spreading over 4,300 acres of land, including the Los Angeles Zoo and Griffith Observatory. 11)

Royal National City Park, Stockholm

One of the most substantial nature parks in a city, this Swedish city getaway covers 27 square kilometers and is home to elk, deer, bunnies and numerous types of uncommon birds. The recreation center is likewise utilized by local gatherings including scouts, sports gatherings, birdwatchers and more. 12)

Lumphini Park, Bangkok

Bangkok isn't widely known for its parklands, yet Lumphini Park is an unbelievable metropolitan park, including serene lakes, running ways and many trees, and that's only the tip of the iceberg. However small, it's extraordinarily significant for local people as it offers an uncommon getaway from the bustling Thai capital. 13)

Golden Gate Park, San Francisco

The gigantic stretch of parkland that is Golden Gate Park is one of San Francisco's most significant social center points. It's home to everything from live concerts to a Japanese nursery, offering the bustling Northern California city a metropolitan retreat so huge that it seems like you're some place totally unique. 14)

Hyde Park, London

Hyde Park ignores pretty much everything well known in London, from Buckingham Palace to Big Ben. There's a lake loaded up with swans, bistros, lakes and more. As famous as the buildings encompassing it, it wouldn't be London without Hyde Park. 15)

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