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Wedding Photography in the Gibraltar Botanical Gardens

The Gibraltar Botanic Gardens is one of the best places for your backdrop for your wedding photos with the stunning green and flowered backgrounds. One of the most popular venues for an al-fresco wedding, The Dell is a secluded, romantic, Italian garden hidden away in the depths of the Botanical Gardens. Here, you may be married in an intimate ceremony surrounded by tropical plants and flowers, which provide a gorgeous backdrop for your wedding photos.

The Dell is available for hire for a fee and wedding ceremonies can take place in this sub tropical beautiful garden area. It is a beautiful place. You could not ask for a more beautiful setting for your wedding. The Dell, which is situated opposite the bridge, allows up to 25 guests to be present with the couple. Extra guests can be accommodated on the bridge. Wedding services are permitted in The Dell from April through October; from November through March, weddings can be held underneath the bandstand. The gardens are also on route back to the Rock Hotel with all the hidden gems in this little oasis of peace.

The Alameda Botanic Gardens have an enviable position on the lower slope of the Rock of Gibraltar, with views of the Mediterranean below. It was originally created as a recreational area for off-duty British soldiers, Gibraltar Botanic Gardens (The Alameda) welcomes tourists and locals wishing to escape the heat or simply take a leisurely stroll. British Governor George Don commissioned a walking path around the main square in 1815, which was later expanded into a network of paths and terraced beds. In the first half of the 90s, The neglected gardens underwent renovation, at which point a zoo was added to the site. Apart from the four howitzer cannons guarding the bronze bust of General Eliot, the gardens boast an open-air theatre that can also serve as a wedding venue.

For more information or to arrange your wedding ceremony contact the Alameda Gardens on or +350 20041235

Botanical Gardens & The Dell 30/10/2011