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For sundays

These gardens are among the most emblematic in Valencia. They are located on the lot once occupied by the former Royal Palace. Today it is the site for celebrations of festive events (concerts, performances, etc.) as well as housing the Museo de Ciencias Naturales (Museum of natural sciences), the Zoo and the Valencia Children's Traffic Park.

On Sundays it serves as a meeting place for people living in the vicinity being that it has several distinct areas that offer different uses depending on the needs of visitors: seating areas on grass, a terraced bar overlooking the playground , rose garden, small lake with ducks, and a large esplanade suitable for children's play.
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Aromatic plants, laurels and rosemary

The Royal Gardens are situated near the old town of Valencia, separated only by the old Turia riverbed gardens, which once surrounded the city, or rather the side in which the old town is built.
The park is built on land donated to the city council, with the goal of creating a tree nursery. The royal gardens are known in Valencia as Los Viveros. You will find a lot of trees, plants and flowers, adorned by fountains, sculptures and a reservoir with ducks and fish. For children, there are games and also a small zoo.

This park is quieter because it is a little out of town, and is very cool in summer. It smells great, with cypress trees, and aromatic plants, laurels and rosemary. The Royal Palace was once the residence of the kings, and welcomed Carlos I and Felipe II.
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The historic arbolengo this park, its...

The historic arbolengo this park, its extension, its careful gardening and important sculptures to enhance the most notable of the city. Its history dates back to the eleventh century when this area was the fifth call recreational Omunya Rahal, built by the Moorish king Abd Al-Aziz, and Don Jaime El Conquistador dismantled and reconstructed in Alcazar Regio. In this palace, then called Del Real, rebuilt under Peter IV, I stayed Juan Martin the Humane, Alfonso the Magnanimous and his wife Queen Mary, among other monarchs, for whom it was one of his favorite residences. Incidentally also stayed here Carlos I, Philip II and Philip III. For these reasons it was called Jardines del Real, but the common name for this park is Viveros. The reason is that the lagoon was watering the garden of Vivel, although most commonly been used since 1903 this park was donated to the city council as a tree nursery. Its use as a nursery is documented as early as 1560. In 1810, on the occasion of the Independence War, the palace was demolished for alleged strategic reasons. The statues of the four estacines (Diana, Venus, Apollo and Cronus), the statue of Flora, "Awakening", Llombart Constantó bust, a bust of the Lady of Elche, a monument dedicated to Canon Chavas Don Roque, San Fiacre (Wood), the girls of the pitcher, the female nude José Esteve Edo, Bath, Diogenes, Idol, Nude Woman and a monument to the poet Vicente W. Querol. Facilities include a large playground, rental cars, bar, cafe, train ride, public restrooms, ... Hours: From 8 am to sunset. Next to this park are located the romantic gardens of Monforte (' http://www.minube.com/rincon/52365').

El arbolengo histórico de este parque, su extensión, su cuidada jardinería y sus importantes esculturas lo realzan al más notable de la ciudad.

Su historia se remonta al siglo XI cuando en este terreno se encontraba la quinta de recreo Omunya llamada Rahal, mandada construir por el rey moro Abd Al-Aziz, y que Don Jaime El Conquistador amplió y transformó en Alcázar Regio. En este palacio, luego llamado Del Real, reedificado en tiempos de Pedro IV, se alojaron Juan I, Martín el Humano, Alfonso el Magnánimo y su esposa la reina Doña María, entre otros monarcas, para quienes fue una de sus residencias favoritas. Circunstancialmente también se alojaron aquí Carlos I, Felipe II y Felipe III.

Por estas razones fue llamado Jardines del Real, aunque el nombre común para este parque es Viveros. La razón reside en que los regaba la laguna de la huerta del Vivel, aunque se viene utilizando más comúnmente desde que en 1903 este parque fue donado al ayuntamiento como vivero de árboles.

Su utilización como vivero está documentada ya desde 1560. En 1810 y con motivo de la guerra de la Independencia, el palacio fue derribado por presuntas razones estratégicas.

Destacan las estatuas de las cuatro estacines (Diana, Venus, Apolo y Cronos), la estatua de Flora, "Despertar", el busto de Constantó Llombart, un busto de la Dama de Elche, un monumento dedicado al canónigo Don Roque Chavas, San Fiacre (de madera), las mozas del cántaro, el desnudo femenino de José Esteve Edo, El Baño, Diógenes, Ídolo, Desnudo de mujer y un monumento dedicado al poeta Vicente W. Querol.

Entre sus instalaciones cuenta con un gran parque infantil, alquiler de cars, bar, cafetería, paseo en tren, baños públicos, ...

Horario: Desde las 8 de la mañana hasta la puesta de sol.

Junto a este parque están situados los románticos jardines de Monforte ( ' http://www.minube.com/rincón/52365' ).
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Valencia is full of gardens and parks...

Valencia is full of gardens and parks which not only make the city more beautiful, but also provide a refuge for those who resent the summer heat. That is why here you can see many people relax and recover in the shade of trees. Here we find a large number of beds, sculptures. This garden is best known for the ruins of the royal palace. I was impressed by the incredible beauty of its banks: there are four kinds. I invite you to visit this garden, it is located in the center of Valencia.

Valence abonde en jardins et parcs qui non-seulement rendent cette ville plus belle mais aussi servent de refuge à ceux qui supportent mal la chaleur d'été. C'est pourquoi ici on peut voir beaucoup de gens qui se réposent dans l'ombre des arbres. Ici on trouve un grand nombre des parterres, des sculptures. Ce jardin est surtout connu par les ruines du palais royal. J'ai été impressionnée par la beauté incroyable de ses bancs: il y a quatres types. Je vous invite à visiter ce jardin, il se trouve en plein centre de Valence.
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Green i want you green.

Green I want you green.

Verde que te quiero verde.

Verde que te quiero verde.
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The most emblematic garden

It can be considered the most emblematic garden city of Valencia for its history, cultural value, ecological and paisajstico, extension and botany diversity.

El jardín más emblemático

Puede considerarse el jardín más emblemático de la ciudad de Valencia por su historia, valor cultural, ecológico y paisajístico, extensión y diversidad botánica.
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Information about Jardines del Real

Jardines del Real Phone Number
+34 96 3525478
+34 96 3525478
Jardines del Real Address
San Pío V, s/n
San Pío V, s/n
Jardines del Real Website
http://www.valencia.es/ayuntamiento/infociudad_accesible.nsf/DocumentosAuxWeb/FF9C0E294CBAE260C12572C20023FD3B?OpenDocument&bdOrigen=ayuntamiento%2Fninos_accesible.nsf&idapoyo=&lang=1&nivel=5
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