Herrenhausen Gardens are a chain of gardens that occupy 50 hectares (0.2 square miles), fronted by a palace and filled with gardens, sculptures, mazes, and fountains. The central Great Garden is one of Europe's most important Baroque gardens and attracts tourists from all over the world.
To reach the gardens, we pass through the Georgengarten, once part of the estate of King George III, around 1810. Running through the park, the Herrenhauser Allee is a two kilometer (1.25 mile) avenue
What an incredible treasure and a great way to spend a few hours!