|Orange trees outside the entrance to the Orangery|
Once you get past the ticket booths you have to go to where the visit / tour starts which is The Orangery. That is the big greenhouse where orange trees are kept during the winter. In spring and summer some are carried outside while it appears that they leave some inside. Everything is roped off so you just need to keep walking in one direction.
|Part of the side passage leading from the Orangery to a mid sized Greenhouse (looking towards the Orangery|
|The mid sized (unused) Greenhouse you can see the maze ahead|
|View of the Rotunda from one of the greenhouses|
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