One of the attractions is Jerusalem is Botanical Garden.
To my astonishment, I found rather contradictory reviews of this place on the Internet: from very good to bad ones. I was in the Botanical garden in Jerusalem in March. The quantity of flowers simply staggered the imagination- garden was filled with greens, everything was beautiful and well-groomed (you can see everything in photos) therefore negative responses were surprising to me.
It is the biggest botanical garden in Israel. Working hours: from 9-00 till 18-00.
The entrance charged, costs 30 cheeks for the adults and 15 for children.
The garden is divided into thematic zones – on parts of the world, also has a “Tropical Greenhouse” and “Garden of Spices.” For the convenience of visitors every half an hour there is a train that takes you exactly to that part of the world that interests you.
At an entrance to park there is a small lake, “ashore” which there is a remarkable cafe “Kafit” (by the way, it is possible to get to cafe, without paying an entrance fee to the park, for it is before “ cash desk”). Here we had just fine breakfast. Despite the fact that it was spring, weekday, 10 am, there were a lot of people. Breakfast was great, exactly like the atmosphere of the park.