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Jardins Artigas

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claudia.ricu wrote a review Jul 2020
Barcelona, Spain103 contributions9 helpful votes
To get to the destination you must go through the town centre (La Pobla de Lillet) and drive on an old train-line road. The garden is small but very nice and clean. I totally recommend it. It is not wheel-chair friendly since it has a few steps and stairs. We only visited the garden. However, if you want, you can buy a "pack" ticket which includes: gardens + concrete museum + little train.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Iceman7210 wrote a review Oct 2018
Barcelona, Spain134 contributions25 helpful votes
Nice place! You should visit if you are around la Pobla de Lillet. If you stay in Barcelona do not make a trip to visit, just in case you are around. You can go walking (20 min) or with a little train. You can arrive by car but you should walk 5-10 minutes.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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pmulle18 wrote a review Sep 2018
Southend-on-Sea, United Kingdom27 contributions8 helpful votes
Wonderful place to visit with many typical Gaudi installations. All seems very natural although made of iron and concrete - possible to repeat in own garden? I hope so! It is way off in the countryside - too far from Barcelona for a day trip really, especially as the roads are very twisty and winding in places. However, we visited on the way back from a stay in the mountains so an ideal half way break. Glad I read previous reviews and knew we had to actually drive on the rail tracks to get to parking as quite a scary thing to do.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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XFR wrote a review Aug 2018
London, United Kingdom36 contributions3 helpful votes
Everyone is familiar with Gaudi and Sagrada Familia or Parc Guell, but not everyone knows that in the small town of La Pobla de Lillet there´s a garden designed for this worldwide recognised architect.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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Gareth C wrote a review Jun 2017
London, United Kingdom50 contributions12 helpful votes
It takes a while to get to the gardens, 15 miles of very winding road, but the effort is amply rewarded. The Jardins Artigas is a gem, Gaudi creating an extravagant fantasy land which is still totally in harmony with its setting. Surprisingly, part of the setting is a factory. But the walls of the gorge and the walls of the factory are both used to set soft boundaries for the garden which help delineate the manufactured beauty of the garden from the natural beauty of the mountains surrounding it. Within the garden every inch is gently molded to create the maximum wonder. Be it breathtakingly audacious bridges and artificial peaks or intimate views and seating areas everywhere is joyously perfect. Gaudi's signature reconstruction of natures sinuous forms uses muted colours so nothing jars the eye, but everywhere is wit and invention. It is a small space but you could spend hours or days discovering every aspect of this little wonder. We loved it!
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Date of experience: June 2017
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