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Lost in Plantation: Botanical Garden Belgrade

Lost in Plantation: Botanical Garden Belgrade

Sometimes life just bites us. The email inbox is flooded. The to-do list is growing. And our ‘mojo’ seems lost in translation. Luckily there is one solution in almost every bigger city. One way to calm our mind and root our being: botanical gardens. These green oases do the trick – they reconnect us to nature. They show us that all that hassle is just modern times hassle. It is not the essence. It is not life. So for today’s post I am taking you to a new botanical garden – the botanical garden in the Serbian capital Belgrade.

Belgrade’s botanical garden was founded in 1847 and belongs to the University of Belgrade. It stretches over almost five hectares and features a wide outdoor garden, a Japanese garden and a Victorian greenhouse from the end of the 19th century. With all the bustle and hustle of a city, this garden is a perfect retreat to everyone seeking a quiet and relaxed moment. And that rule applies to all botanical gardens around the world.

Walking through the botanical garden is almost therapeutical. Although I love the outdoor area, to me the true heart of Belgrade’s botanical garden is its Victorian greenhouse. The entrance area invites the visitor with lush tropical leaves and stretches to two sides. One sides hosts a fine selection of more tropical plants and humidity loving species. The other side is reserved for desert dwellers like cacti and succulents. Even though the greenhouse is small compared to some other greenhouses across Europe, it is a real pleasure to discover the almost 1,000 plant species in it.

Whenever I travel, I like to visit the local botanical garden. Not only is it interesting to discover new plants and the places’ history, but I also love to observe the people visiting the gardens. Entire classes of school kids, newly weds taking photos, older visitors, families, tourists. Some of them observe plants in detail, others seem to take a walk, and yet again others sit and read. But all of them seem to have one thing in common: a very relaxed and serene attitude during their visit.

Lost in Plantation: Botanical Garden Belgrade

When was the last time you visited a botanical garden? Maybe in your city or somewhere during your travels? Any botanical gardens you can truly recommend? Let me know!

What a breathtaking place. I will fantasize the rest of the day, to move in there. Do remember that cheesy Eighties movie “Cinderella”, where the prince lived in a greenhouse?

I agree it is a wonderful urban retreat full of green goodness! Oh I don’t know that movie!! Sounds fun though.

Victorian Greenhouses are so lovely!

I like going to Pillnitz . It’s not a Botanical Garden but a great Park with a greenhouse for palms and they are having a very old and very big Camelia there.

Lost in Plantation: Botanical Garden Belgrade

Oh that sounds lovely too! I like those small rather unknown places!

but also the botanical garden of vienna!

Yes! Oh and I blogged already about the Munich botanical garden. Haven’t been to the one in Vienna yet!

What a beautiful place. I would love to have a greenhouse like that.

Sooo sooo schöne Bilder und recht hast du, wenn ein was entspannt, dann das oder das Meer! Ich hoffe, ich schaffe es dort hin!!

Lost in Plantation: Botanical Garden Belgrade

Oh man…ich kann auch richtiges Deutsch…

Oh ja, schau ob du es hin bekommst, ist echt nett da! Und außerdem wird dich Belgrad gut mit Koffein versorgen – da gibt es richtig tolle Cafés!!! Meine Lieblingsadressen findest du eh auf dem Blog, aber ihr seid ja dort bestimmt auch gut versorgt mit Guides und lokalen Kennern! Viel Spaß in Belgrad!

I love these photos ! These places looks perfect !

HAPPY INTERIOR BLOG is a place where you will find everything that inspires IGOR JOSIFOVIC for a happy home. Inspiring interiors and design, home decoration, travels and plants for Urban Jungle Bloggers are the focus of this blog. Inspiration in everyday life is the basis for beautiful interiors and home decor. HAPPY READING!

© 2011 - / Happy Interior Blog / Design: Judith de Graaff - Development: Cécile Le Guen

Lost in Plantation: Botanical Garden Belgrade

Lost in Plantation: Botanical Garden Belgrade

Sometimes life just bites us. The email inbox is flooded. The to-do list is growing. And our ‘mojo’ seems lost in translation. Luckily there is one solution in almost every bigger city. One way to calm our mind and root our being: botanical gardens. These green oases do the trick – they reconnect us to nature. They show us that all that hassle is just modern times hassle. It is not the essence. It is not life. So for today’s post I am taking you to a new botanical garden – the botanical garden in the Serbian capital Belgrade.

Belgrade’s botanical garden was founded in 1847 and belongs to the University of Belgrade. It stretches over almost five hectares and features a wide outdoor garden, a Japanese garden and a Victorian greenhouse from the end of the 19th century. With all the bustle and hustle of a city, this garden is a perfect retreat to everyone seeking a quiet and relaxed moment. And that rule applies to all botanical gardens around the world.

Walking through the botanical garden is almost therapeutical. Although I love the outdoor area, to me the true heart of Belgrade’s botanical garden is its Victorian greenhouse. The entrance area invites the visitor with lush tropical leaves and stretches to two sides. One sides hosts a fine selection of more tropical plants and humidity loving species. The other side is reserved for desert dwellers like cacti and succulents. Even though the greenhouse is small compared to some other greenhouses across Europe, it is a real pleasure to discover the almost 1,000 plant species in it.

Lost in Plantation: Botanical Garden Belgrade

Whenever I travel, I like to visit the local botanical garden. Not only is it interesting to discover new plants and the places’ history, but I also love to observe the people visiting the gardens. Entire classes of school kids, newly weds taking photos, older visitors, families, tourists. Some of them observe plants in detail, others seem to take a walk, and yet again others sit and read. But all of them seem to have one thing in common: a very relaxed and serene attitude during their visit.

When was the last time you visited a botanical garden? Maybe in your city or somewhere during your travels? Any botanical gardens you can truly recommend? Let me know!

What a breathtaking place. I will fantasize the rest of the day, to move in there. Do remember that cheesy Eighties movie “Cinderella”, where the prince lived in a greenhouse?

I agree it is a wonderful urban retreat full of green goodness! Oh I don’t know that movie!! Sounds fun though.

Victorian Greenhouses are so lovely!

Lost in Plantation: Botanical Garden Belgrade

I like going to Pillnitz . It’s not a Botanical Garden but a great Park with a greenhouse for palms and they are having a very old and very big Camelia there.

Oh that sounds lovely too! I like those small rather unknown places!

but also the botanical garden of vienna!

Yes! Oh and I blogged already about the Munich botanical garden. Haven’t been to the one in Vienna yet!

What a beautiful place. I would love to have a greenhouse like that.

Lost in Plantation: Botanical Garden Belgrade

Sooo sooo schöne Bilder und recht hast du, wenn ein was entspannt, dann das oder das Meer! Ich hoffe, ich schaffe es dort hin!!

Oh man…ich kann auch richtiges Deutsch…

Oh ja, schau ob du es hin bekommst, ist echt nett da! Und außerdem wird dich Belgrad gut mit Koffein versorgen – da gibt es richtig tolle Cafés!!! Meine Lieblingsadressen findest du eh auf dem Blog, aber ihr seid ja dort bestimmt auch gut versorgt mit Guides und lokalen Kennern! Viel Spaß in Belgrad!

I love these photos ! These places looks perfect !

HAPPY INTERIOR BLOG is a place where you will find everything that inspires IGOR JOSIFOVIC for a happy home. Inspiring interiors and design, home decoration, travels and plants for Urban Jungle Bloggers are the focus of this blog. Inspiration in everyday life is the basis for beautiful interiors and home decor. HAPPY READING!

Lost in Plantation: Botanical Garden Belgrade

© 2011 - / Happy Interior Blog / Design: Judith de Graaff - Development: Cécile Le Guen

Lost in Plantation: Botanical Garden Belgrade

Sometimes life just bites us. The email inbox is flooded. The to-do list is growing. And our ‘mojo’ seems lost in translation. Luckily there is one solution in almost every bigger city. One way to calm our mind and root our being: botanical gardens. These green oases do the trick – they reconnect us to nature. They show us that all that hassle is just modern times hassle. It is not the essence. It is not life. So for today’s post I am taking you to a new botanical garden – the botanical garden in the Serbian capital Belgrade.

Belgrade’s botanical garden was founded in 1847 and belongs to the University of Belgrade. It stretches over almost five hectares and features a wide outdoor garden, a Japanese garden and a Victorian greenhouse from the end of the 19th century. With all the bustle and hustle of a city, this garden is a perfect retreat to everyone seeking a quiet and relaxed moment. And that rule applies to all botanical gardens around the world.

Lost in Plantation: Botanical Garden Belgrade

Walking through the botanical garden is almost therapeutical. Although I love the outdoor area, to me the true heart of Belgrade’s botanical garden is its Victorian greenhouse. The entrance area invites the visitor with lush tropical leaves and stretches to two sides. One sides hosts a fine selection of more tropical plants and humidity loving species. The other side is reserved for desert dwellers like cacti and succulents. Even though the greenhouse is small compared to some other greenhouses across Europe, it is a real pleasure to discover the almost 1,000 plant species in it.

Whenever I travel, I like to visit the local botanical garden. Not only is it interesting to discover new plants and the places’ history, but I also love to observe the people visiting the gardens. Entire classes of school kids, newly weds taking photos, older visitors, families, tourists. Some of them observe plants in detail, others seem to take a walk, and yet again others sit and read. But all of them seem to have one thing in common: a very relaxed and serene attitude during their visit.

When was the last time you visited a botanical garden? Maybe in your city or somewhere during your travels? Any botanical gardens you can truly recommend? Let me know!

What a breathtaking place. I will fantasize the rest of the day, to move in there. Do remember that cheesy Eighties movie “Cinderella”, where the prince lived in a greenhouse?

I agree it is a wonderful urban retreat full of green goodness! Oh I don’t know that movie!! Sounds fun though.

Lost in Plantation: Botanical Garden Belgrade

Victorian Greenhouses are so lovely!

I like going to Pillnitz . It’s not a Botanical Garden but a great Park with a greenhouse for palms and they are having a very old and very big Camelia there.

Oh that sounds lovely too! I like those small rather unknown places!

but also the botanical garden of vienna!

Yes! Oh and I blogged already about the Munich botanical garden. Haven’t been to the one in Vienna yet!

Lost in Plantation: Botanical Garden Belgrade

What a beautiful place. I would love to have a greenhouse like that.

Sooo sooo schöne Bilder und recht hast du, wenn ein was entspannt, dann das oder das Meer! Ich hoffe, ich schaffe es dort hin!!

Oh man…ich kann auch richtiges Deutsch…

Oh ja, schau ob du es hin bekommst, ist echt nett da! Und außerdem wird dich Belgrad gut mit Koffein versorgen – da gibt es richtig tolle Cafés!!! Meine Lieblingsadressen findest du eh auf dem Blog, aber ihr seid ja dort bestimmt auch gut versorgt mit Guides und lokalen Kennern! Viel Spaß in Belgrad!

I love these photos ! These places looks perfect !

Lost in Plantation: Botanical Garden Belgrade

HAPPY INTERIOR BLOG is a place where you will find everything that inspires IGOR JOSIFOVIC for a happy home. Inspiring interiors and design, home decoration, travels and plants for Urban Jungle Bloggers are the focus of this blog. Inspiration in everyday life is the basis for beautiful interiors and home decor. HAPPY READING!

© 2011 - / Happy Interior Blog / Design: Judith de Graaff - Development: Cécile Le Guen

Lost in Plantation: Botanical Garden Belgrade

Sometimes life just bites us. The email inbox is flooded. The to-do list is growing. And our ‘mojo’ seems lost in translation. Luckily there is one solution in almost every bigger city. One way to calm our mind and root our being: botanical gardens. These green oases do the trick – they reconnect us to nature. They show us that all that hassle is just modern times hassle. It is not the essence. It is not life. So for today’s post I am taking you to a new botanical garden – the botanical garden in the Serbian capital Belgrade.

Lost in Plantation: Botanical Garden Belgrade

Belgrade’s botanical garden was founded in 1847 and belongs to the University of Belgrade. It stretches over almost five hectares and features a wide outdoor garden, a Japanese garden and a Victorian greenhouse from the end of the 19th century. With all the bustle and hustle of a city, this garden is a perfect retreat to everyone seeking a quiet and relaxed moment. And that rule applies to all botanical gardens around the world.

Walking through the botanical garden is almost therapeutical. Although I love the outdoor area, to me the true heart of Belgrade’s botanical garden is its Victorian greenhouse. The entrance area invites the visitor with lush tropical leaves and stretches to two sides. One sides hosts a fine selection of more tropical plants and humidity loving species. The other side is reserved for desert dwellers like cacti and succulents. Even though the greenhouse is small compared to some other greenhouses across Europe, it is a real pleasure to discover the almost 1,000 plant species in it.

Whenever I travel, I like to visit the local botanical garden. Not only is it interesting to discover new plants and the places’ history, but I also love to observe the people visiting the gardens. Entire classes of school kids, newly weds taking photos, older visitors, families, tourists. Some of them observe plants in detail, others seem to take a walk, and yet again others sit and read. But all of them seem to have one thing in common: a very relaxed and serene attitude during their visit.

When was the last time you visited a botanical garden? Maybe in your city or somewhere during your travels? Any botanical gardens you can truly recommend? Let me know!

What a breathtaking place. I will fantasize the rest of the day, to move in there. Do remember that cheesy Eighties movie “Cinderella”, where the prince lived in a greenhouse?

Lost in Plantation: Botanical Garden Belgrade

I agree it is a wonderful urban retreat full of green goodness! Oh I don’t know that movie!! Sounds fun though.

Victorian Greenhouses are so lovely!

I like going to Pillnitz . It’s not a Botanical Garden but a great Park with a greenhouse for palms and they are having a very old and very big Camelia there.

Oh that sounds lovely too! I like those small rather unknown places!

but also the botanical garden of vienna!

Lost in Plantation: Botanical Garden Belgrade

Yes! Oh and I blogged already about the Munich botanical garden. Haven’t been to the one in Vienna yet!

What a beautiful place. I would love to have a greenhouse like that.

Sooo sooo schöne Bilder und recht hast du, wenn ein was entspannt, dann das oder das Meer! Ich hoffe, ich schaffe es dort hin!!

Oh man…ich kann auch richtiges Deutsch…

Oh ja, schau ob du es hin bekommst, ist echt nett da! Und außerdem wird dich Belgrad gut mit Koffein versorgen – da gibt es richtig tolle Cafés!!! Meine Lieblingsadressen findest du eh auf dem Blog, aber ihr seid ja dort bestimmt auch gut versorgt mit Guides und lokalen Kennern! Viel Spaß in Belgrad!

Lost in Plantation: Botanical Garden Belgrade

I love these photos ! These places looks perfect !

HAPPY INTERIOR BLOG is a place where you will find everything that inspires IGOR JOSIFOVIC for a happy home. Inspiring interiors and design, home decoration, travels and plants for Urban Jungle Bloggers are the focus of this blog. Inspiration in everyday life is the basis for beautiful interiors and home decor. HAPPY READING!

© 2011 - / Happy Interior Blog / Design: Judith de Graaff - Development: Cécile Le Guen

Lost in Plantation: Botanical Garden Belgrade

Lost in Plantation: Botanical Garden Belgrade

Sometimes life just bites us. The email inbox is flooded. The to-do list is growing. And our ‘mojo’ seems lost in translation. Luckily there is one solution in almost every bigger city. One way to calm our mind and root our being: botanical gardens. These green oases do the trick – they reconnect us to nature. They show us that all that hassle is just modern times hassle. It is not the essence. It is not life. So for today’s post I am taking you to a new botanical garden – the botanical garden in the Serbian capital Belgrade.

Belgrade’s botanical garden was founded in 1847 and belongs to the University of Belgrade. It stretches over almost five hectares and features a wide outdoor garden, a Japanese garden and a Victorian greenhouse from the end of the 19th century. With all the bustle and hustle of a city, this garden is a perfect retreat to everyone seeking a quiet and relaxed moment. And that rule applies to all botanical gardens around the world.

Walking through the botanical garden is almost therapeutical. Although I love the outdoor area, to me the true heart of Belgrade’s botanical garden is its Victorian greenhouse. The entrance area invites the visitor with lush tropical leaves and stretches to two sides. One sides hosts a fine selection of more tropical plants and humidity loving species. The other side is reserved for desert dwellers like cacti and succulents. Even though the greenhouse is small compared to some other greenhouses across Europe, it is a real pleasure to discover the almost 1,000 plant species in it.

Whenever I travel, I like to visit the local botanical garden. Not only is it interesting to discover new plants and the places’ history, but I also love to observe the people visiting the gardens. Entire classes of school kids, newly weds taking photos, older visitors, families, tourists. Some of them observe plants in detail, others seem to take a walk, and yet again others sit and read. But all of them seem to have one thing in common: a very relaxed and serene attitude during their visit.

When was the last time you visited a botanical garden? Maybe in your city or somewhere during your travels? Any botanical gardens you can truly recommend? Let me know!

Lost in Plantation: Botanical Garden Belgrade

What a breathtaking place. I will fantasize the rest of the day, to move in there. Do remember that cheesy Eighties movie “Cinderella”, where the prince lived in a greenhouse?

I agree it is a wonderful urban retreat full of green goodness! Oh I don’t know that movie!! Sounds fun though.

Victorian Greenhouses are so lovely!

I like going to Pillnitz . It’s not a Botanical Garden but a great Park with a greenhouse for palms and they are having a very old and very big Camelia there.

Oh that sounds lovely too! I like those small rather unknown places!

Lost in Plantation: Botanical Garden Belgrade

but also the botanical garden of vienna!

Yes! Oh and I blogged already about the Munich botanical garden. Haven’t been to the one in Vienna yet!

What a beautiful place. I would love to have a greenhouse like that.

Sooo sooo schöne Bilder und recht hast du, wenn ein was entspannt, dann das oder das Meer! Ich hoffe, ich schaffe es dort hin!!

Oh man…ich kann auch richtiges Deutsch…

Lost in Plantation: Botanical Garden Belgrade

Oh ja, schau ob du es hin bekommst, ist echt nett da! Und außerdem wird dich Belgrad gut mit Koffein versorgen – da gibt es richtig tolle Cafés!!! Meine Lieblingsadressen findest du eh auf dem Blog, aber ihr seid ja dort bestimmt auch gut versorgt mit Guides und lokalen Kennern! Viel Spaß in Belgrad!

I love these photos ! These places looks perfect !

HAPPY INTERIOR BLOG is a place where you will find everything that inspires IGOR JOSIFOVIC for a happy home. Inspiring interiors and design, home decoration, travels and plants for Urban Jungle Bloggers are the focus of this blog. Inspiration in everyday life is the basis for beautiful interiors and home decor. HAPPY READING!

© 2011 - / Happy Interior Blog / Design: Judith de Graaff - Development: Cécile Le Guen

Lost in Plantation: Botanical Garden Belgrade

Lost in Plantation: Botanical Garden Belgrade

Sometimes life just bites us. The email inbox is flooded. The to-do list is growing. And our ‘mojo’ seems lost in translation. Luckily there is one solution in almost every bigger city. One way to calm our mind and root our being: botanical gardens. These green oases do the trick – they reconnect us to nature. They show us that all that hassle is just modern times hassle. It is not the essence. It is not life. So for today’s post I am taking you to a new botanical garden – the botanical garden in the Serbian capital Belgrade.

Belgrade’s botanical garden was founded in 1847 and belongs to the University of Belgrade. It stretches over almost five hectares and features a wide outdoor garden, a Japanese garden and a Victorian greenhouse from the end of the 19th century. With all the bustle and hustle of a city, this garden is a perfect retreat to everyone seeking a quiet and relaxed moment. And that rule applies to all botanical gardens around the world.

Walking through the botanical garden is almost therapeutical. Although I love the outdoor area, to me the true heart of Belgrade’s botanical garden is its Victorian greenhouse. The entrance area invites the visitor with lush tropical leaves and stretches to two sides. One sides hosts a fine selection of more tropical plants and humidity loving species. The other side is reserved for desert dwellers like cacti and succulents. Even though the greenhouse is small compared to some other greenhouses across Europe, it is a real pleasure to discover the almost 1,000 plant species in it.

Whenever I travel, I like to visit the local botanical garden. Not only is it interesting to discover new plants and the places’ history, but I also love to observe the people visiting the gardens. Entire classes of school kids, newly weds taking photos, older visitors, families, tourists. Some of them observe plants in detail, others seem to take a walk, and yet again others sit and read. But all of them seem to have one thing in common: a very relaxed and serene attitude during their visit.

Lost in Plantation: Botanical Garden Belgrade

When was the last time you visited a botanical garden? Maybe in your city or somewhere during your travels? Any botanical gardens you can truly recommend? Let me know!

What a breathtaking place. I will fantasize the rest of the day, to move in there. Do remember that cheesy Eighties movie “Cinderella”, where the prince lived in a greenhouse?

I agree it is a wonderful urban retreat full of green goodness! Oh I don’t know that movie!! Sounds fun though.

Victorian Greenhouses are so lovely!

I like going to Pillnitz . It’s not a Botanical Garden but a great Park with a greenhouse for palms and they are having a very old and very big Camelia there.

Lost in Plantation: Botanical Garden Belgrade

Oh that sounds lovely too! I like those small rather unknown places!

but also the botanical garden of vienna!

Yes! Oh and I blogged already about the Munich botanical garden. Haven’t been to the one in Vienna yet!

What a beautiful place. I would love to have a greenhouse like that.

Sooo sooo schöne Bilder und recht hast du, wenn ein was entspannt, dann das oder das Meer! Ich hoffe, ich schaffe es dort hin!!

Lost in Plantation: Botanical Garden Belgrade

Oh man…ich kann auch richtiges Deutsch…

Oh ja, schau ob du es hin bekommst, ist echt nett da! Und außerdem wird dich Belgrad gut mit Koffein versorgen – da gibt es richtig tolle Cafés!!! Meine Lieblingsadressen findest du eh auf dem Blog, aber ihr seid ja dort bestimmt auch gut versorgt mit Guides und lokalen Kennern! Viel Spaß in Belgrad!

I love these photos ! These places looks perfect !

HAPPY INTERIOR BLOG is a place where you will find everything that inspires IGOR JOSIFOVIC for a happy home. Inspiring interiors and design, home decoration, travels and plants for Urban Jungle Bloggers are the focus of this blog. Inspiration in everyday life is the basis for beautiful interiors and home decor. HAPPY READING!

© 2011 - / Happy Interior Blog / Design: Judith de Graaff - Development: Cécile Le Guen

Lost in Plantation: Botanical Garden Belgrade

Lost in Plantation: Botanical Garden Belgrade

Sometimes life just bites us. The email inbox is flooded. The to-do list is growing. And our ‘mojo’ seems lost in translation. Luckily there is one solution in almost every bigger city. One way to calm our mind and root our being: botanical gardens. These green oases do the trick – they reconnect us to nature. They show us that all that hassle is just modern times hassle. It is not the essence. It is not life. So for today’s post I am taking you to a new botanical garden – the botanical garden in the Serbian capital Belgrade.

Belgrade’s botanical garden was founded in 1847 and belongs to the University of Belgrade. It stretches over almost five hectares and features a wide outdoor garden, a Japanese garden and a Victorian greenhouse from the end of the 19th century. With all the bustle and hustle of a city, this garden is a perfect retreat to everyone seeking a quiet and relaxed moment. And that rule applies to all botanical gardens around the world.

Walking through the botanical garden is almost therapeutical. Although I love the outdoor area, to me the true heart of Belgrade’s botanical garden is its Victorian greenhouse. The entrance area invites the visitor with lush tropical leaves and stretches to two sides. One sides hosts a fine selection of more tropical plants and humidity loving species. The other side is reserved for desert dwellers like cacti and succulents. Even though the greenhouse is small compared to some other greenhouses across Europe, it is a real pleasure to discover the almost 1,000 plant species in it.

Lost in Plantation: Botanical Garden Belgrade

Whenever I travel, I like to visit the local botanical garden. Not only is it interesting to discover new plants and the places’ history, but I also love to observe the people visiting the gardens. Entire classes of school kids, newly weds taking photos, older visitors, families, tourists. Some of them observe plants in detail, others seem to take a walk, and yet again others sit and read. But all of them seem to have one thing in common: a very relaxed and serene attitude during their visit.

When was the last time you visited a botanical garden? Maybe in your city or somewhere during your travels? Any botanical gardens you can truly recommend? Let me know!

What a breathtaking place. I will fantasize the rest of the day, to move in there. Do remember that cheesy Eighties movie “Cinderella”, where the prince lived in a greenhouse?

I agree it is a wonderful urban retreat full of green goodness! Oh I don’t know that movie!! Sounds fun though.

Victorian Greenhouses are so lovely!

Lost in Plantation: Botanical Garden Belgrade

I like going to Pillnitz . It’s not a Botanical Garden but a great Park with a greenhouse for palms and they are having a very old and very big Camelia there.

Oh that sounds lovely too! I like those small rather unknown places!

but also the botanical garden of vienna!

Yes! Oh and I blogged already about the Munich botanical garden. Haven’t been to the one in Vienna yet!

What a beautiful place. I would love to have a greenhouse like that.

Lost in Plantation: Botanical Garden Belgrade

Sooo sooo schöne Bilder und recht hast du, wenn ein was entspannt, dann das oder das Meer! Ich hoffe, ich schaffe es dort hin!!

Oh man…ich kann auch richtiges Deutsch…

Oh ja, schau ob du es hin bekommst, ist echt nett da! Und außerdem wird dich Belgrad gut mit Koffein versorgen – da gibt es richtig tolle Cafés!!! Meine Lieblingsadressen findest du eh auf dem Blog, aber ihr seid ja dort bestimmt auch gut versorgt mit Guides und lokalen Kennern! Viel Spaß in Belgrad!

I love these photos ! These places looks perfect !

HAPPY INTERIOR BLOG is a place where you will find everything that inspires IGOR JOSIFOVIC for a happy home. Inspiring interiors and design, home decoration, travels and plants for Urban Jungle Bloggers are the focus of this blog. Inspiration in everyday life is the basis for beautiful interiors and home decor. HAPPY READING!

Lost in Plantation: Botanical Garden Belgrade

© 2011 - / Happy Interior Blog / Design: Judith de Graaff - Development: Cécile Le Guen

Lost in Plantation: Botanical Garden Belgrade

Sometimes life just bites us. The email inbox is flooded. The to-do list is growing. And our ‘mojo’ seems lost in translation. Luckily there is one solution in almost every bigger city. One way to calm our mind and root our being: botanical gardens. These green oases do the trick – they reconnect us to nature. They show us that all that hassle is just modern times hassle. It is not the essence. It is not life. So for today’s post I am taking you to a new botanical garden – the botanical garden in the Serbian capital Belgrade.

Belgrade’s botanical garden was founded in 1847 and belongs to the University of Belgrade. It stretches over almost five hectares and features a wide outdoor garden, a Japanese garden and a Victorian greenhouse from the end of the 19th century. With all the bustle and hustle of a city, this garden is a perfect retreat to everyone seeking a quiet and relaxed moment. And that rule applies to all botanical gardens around the world.

Lost in Plantation: Botanical Garden Belgrade

Walking through the botanical garden is almost therapeutical. Although I love the outdoor area, to me the true heart of Belgrade’s botanical garden is its Victorian greenhouse. The entrance area invites the visitor with lush tropical leaves and stretches to two sides. One sides hosts a fine selection of more tropical plants and humidity loving species. The other side is reserved for desert dwellers like cacti and succulents. Even though the greenhouse is small compared to some other greenhouses across Europe, it is a real pleasure to discover the almost 1,000 plant species in it.

Whenever I travel, I like to visit the local botanical garden. Not only is it interesting to discover new plants and the places’ history, but I also love to observe the people visiting the gardens. Entire classes of school kids, newly weds taking photos, older visitors, families, tourists. Some of them observe plants in detail, others seem to take a walk, and yet again others sit and read. But all of them seem to have one thing in common: a very relaxed and serene attitude during their visit.

When was the last time you visited a botanical garden? Maybe in your city or somewhere during your travels? Any botanical gardens you can truly recommend? Let me know!

What a breathtaking place. I will fantasize the rest of the day, to move in there. Do remember that cheesy Eighties movie “Cinderella”, where the prince lived in a greenhouse?

I agree it is a wonderful urban retreat full of green goodness! Oh I don’t know that movie!! Sounds fun though.

Lost in Plantation: Botanical Garden Belgrade

Victorian Greenhouses are so lovely!

I like going to Pillnitz . It’s not a Botanical Garden but a great Park with a greenhouse for palms and they are having a very old and very big Camelia there.

Oh that sounds lovely too! I like those small rather unknown places!

but also the botanical garden of vienna!

Yes! Oh and I blogged already about the Munich botanical garden. Haven’t been to the one in Vienna yet!

Lost in Plantation: Botanical Garden Belgrade

What a beautiful place. I would love to have a greenhouse like that.

Sooo sooo schöne Bilder und recht hast du, wenn ein was entspannt, dann das oder das Meer! Ich hoffe, ich schaffe es dort hin!!

Oh man…ich kann auch richtiges Deutsch…

Oh ja, schau ob du es hin bekommst, ist echt nett da! Und außerdem wird dich Belgrad gut mit Koffein versorgen – da gibt es richtig tolle Cafés!!! Meine Lieblingsadressen findest du eh auf dem Blog, aber ihr seid ja dort bestimmt auch gut versorgt mit Guides und lokalen Kennern! Viel Spaß in Belgrad!

I love these photos ! These places looks perfect !

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