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When looking for things to see in "off-the-beaten-path" Barcelona, this park came up. It is definitely off the beaten path, and the pictures online make it look better than it really is. It is used by locals and definitely not touristy, if that is what...More
Sometimes stagnant green waters other time full of trash. Take your pick either horrible or disgusting you can can chose. A great idea in theory in practice a complete disaster. Once in 15 years I came and it wasn’t stomach turning.
An odd little park behind the main railway station, built on the site of an old factory, hence it's name. Stagnant looking green water, odd lighthouse looking structures, a dragons slide kids were playing on, seating for thousands to watch what? But it's treed and...More
We had a chance to see the park twice when leaving and arriving at the train station. Had a chance to see the dragon playground as well as the towers lining to park. If I lived here it would be a great amenity.
It's a nice neighbourhood's park, dogs, basketball, a library. But nothing else. For that reason is a place to go if you have to take a train at Sants, and have plenty of time ahead of you. It's enough good to have picnic. Try not...More
This is a strange park in Barcelona. It's different than Park Guell, the Laberint Park, and Ciutadella Park. This park is in the industrial area of Sants. The towers give the park a different and new flavour. There are mostly just locals at this park,...More
The park is just another park that can be seen in many European great cities. The towers at its end might give it some different flavor than others. The pond and the lawns are fine, but there is nothing much to them. It is nevertheless...More