The most beautiful city parks in the world
Djurgården - Stockholm: Resting in the middle of the Swedish capital of Stockholm is Djurgården Island.
Hong Kong Park - Hong Kong: This modestly-sized city park in the heart of Hong Kong, aptly named Hong Kong Park, was built in 1991.
Park Güell - Barcelona: Designed by the legendary Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí and constructed between 1900 and 1914.
Stadtpark - Vienna: In the heart of the elegant Austrian capital of Vienna lies Stadtpark, the oldest park in the city.
Luxembourg Garden - Paris: The magnificent Luxembourg Garden in Paris was commissioned in 1612 by Queen Mother Marie de' Medici.
National Garden - Athens: The National Garden in the Greek capital of Athens provides a picturesque escape from city life.
Hama-rikyū Gardens - Tokyo: Nestled between the skyscrapers of Japan's capital metropolis, Tokyo.
Vondelpark - Amsterdam: Amsterdam's largest city park, Vondelpark, took more than 30 years to build.
Yoyogi Park - Tokyo: After Tokyo hosted the 1964 Summer Olympic Games, the city repurposed its Olympic Village into the beautiful.
Mount Faber Park - Singapore: The massive Asian city-state of Singapore is home to one of the most famous and unique city parks in the world.
Lumphini Park - Bangkok: The sprawling, bustling Thai capital of Bangkok finally received its first public park in 1942.