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Jardines de Picasso

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Jardines de Picasso

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Caminito del Rey tour from Malaga with Picnic (small group)
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Caminito del Rey tour from Malaga with Picnic (small group)

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We are the best way to discover Caminito del Rey avoiding the crowds and big groups.<br><br>We are the only tour that includes a picnic with local products.<br><br>Small group (8 people max.) with independent travelers. Lots of fun guaranteed.<br><br>visits the Natural Park during the less busy hours.<br><br>The guide is an expert in geography and geology.
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popdanaro wrote a review Feb 2020
Montreal, Canada102 contributions28 helpful votes
we visited last year in October and we were amazed at the beautiful trees , birds and " cotton flower " trees
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Date of experience: October 2019
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nnmercman wrote a review Jan 2020
Camberley, United Kingdom12,289 contributions1,314 helpful votes
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Visited late January and although a couple of gardeners doing their bit, it was still looking rather scruffy - not helped by the homeless dossing on the grass and benches occupied by “drink fiends”. Park was opened in 1981 to celebrate the centenary of Picasso’s birth and there’s a large, sombre modern monument dedicated to him by a local artist. At one end is a small childrens play area and large trees are dotted throughout the park (no doubt giving welcome shade in the summer months). I also noticed a plaque celebrating Malaga’s 1987 twinning with Passau in Germany. Don’t think many tourists visit here as it’s away from the main city areas. Nearby is an interesting Gaudi styled flat complex.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Benjamin R wrote a review Nov 2019
Rexburg, Idaho658 contributions159 helpful votes
This park is not in the tourist path, but we happened by after going to church nearby and spent some time wandering through the pathways and formal garden areas. Many of the trees are overgrown, and perhaps a bit unkempt. If you are interested in plants, though, there are some amazing figs and several other trees. The climate has allowed some exceptional growth, and large specimen trees abound along with the interesting Picasso style sculptures.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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macedonboy wrote a review Apr 2019
Glasgow, United Kingdom146,763 contributions99,846 helpful votes
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The Picasso Gardens is a park inaugurated on the centenary of the birth of the great painter in 1981. The park is split two by a small road, but you can easily cross from one to the other using the zebra crossings. The gardens have a symmetrical arrangement in the shape of the petals of a flower. The park contains a great many tropical plants and trees and between two of these gigantic Ficus is the "Monumento a Picasso" cubist sculpture made in homage to Pablo Picasso by the Malagenean sculptor Berrocal. The park is an amazing jungle of trees and greenery in the middle of a concrete jungle, in an area of Malaga that doesn't really get many tourists. The park also contains a children's play area in the eastern end of the park. Worth a detour if you're a big Picasso fan.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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LostALot22 wrote a review Feb 2019
Chicago, Illinois9,536 contributions966 helpful votes
It’s a nice park for a walk. It’s not really a tourist place. I just happened to be here anyway but it’s ok. No real reason to go out of the way to see it.
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Date of experience: February 2019
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