If you are planning a holiday for Easter why not enjoy a Easter Sunday lunch at one of the five best picnic spots in Europe? Europe has no shortage of beautiful parks in which to kick back and enjoy a picnic.
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Park Guell, Barcelona
Park Guell is a beautiful garden complex on the hill of El Carmel in the Gracia district of Barcelona, Spain. The park was designed by the Catalan architect and artist Antoni Gaudí. It was constructed from 1900 to 1914 and is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The gardens have plenty of places to enjoy an Easter Sunday picnic and the views over Barcelona are stunning. However, Park Guell is not the only attraction of this city, so why not planning a trip there and booking one of the 3 star hotels in Barcelona, Spain?
The Garden of Cosmic Speculation, Scotland
Apart from having an awesome name, The Garden of Cosmic Speculation in Dumfries, South West Scotland is perfect for picnics. This private garden was created by Charles Jencks and is inspired by science and mathematics. The sculptures and landscaping on this theme. The garden sets mathematical formulae and scientific phenomena in a beautiful natural setting that combines natural features with artificial symmetry and curves.
Orto Botanico Di Padova, Italy
The Orto Botanico Di Padova in Padua, Italy is stunning botanical garden. It was founded in 1545, making it the oldest academic botanical garden in the world. It has a large collection of fauna that is set in a relaxed and beautiful environment. There are plenty of picnic sops in the peaceful gardens.
Muskau Park, Germany and Poland
Muskau park is located in both Germany and Poland. 3.5 square kilometers of the park is in Germany and 2.1 kilometers is in Poland. The best place to stay in the region is Bad Masau in Germany, which is not far from the park. The park is spectacularly designed and a great place for a peaceful picnic.
A beautiful part of Tuscany in Italy to spend time is Garfagnana, which is just north of Lucca. Here you can enjoy the quintessential Tuscan experience, with its stunning countryside, olive groves, vineyards, semi abandoned villages and farmhouses. There are many spots to set up an Easter Sunday picnic and there are plenty of walking trails to small hamlets and beauty spots. There are also thousands of hotels in Tuscany, Italy: and you, which one will you choose?