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Parque Maria Cristina

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Parque Maria Cristina

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Avda Blas Infante, Algeciras Spain
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Ian C wrote a review Sep 2019
Los Carrascos219 contributions47 helpful votes
What a lovely peaceful oasis in a very busy town.Wonderful to find somewhere so quiet beautiful and relaxing
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Date of experience: September 2019
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arsenal21 wrote a review Jul 2019
Hayes, United Kingdom31 contributions4 helpful votes
What a lovely place to sit and contemplate life/peaceful/tranquil beautiful fauna well manicured gardens
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Date of experience: July 2019
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roomsbikeabddive wrote a review Jun 2019
Algeciras, Spain61 contributions2 helpful votes
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Park is situated in the center of Algeciras. It has a good selection of installations for children to play, with separate area for the very little ones. There's also a cafe and so adults and children can enjoy refreshments There are toilets in the park, but these are not frequently cleaned and don't expect soap or a toilet paper
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Turista-Inglesa wrote a review Feb 2019
Estepona, Spain18,201 contributions1,928 helpful votes
English visitors are used to parks with lots of greenery, lawns and shrubs and flowers. You don't get this here! It's "flowerbeds" - I don't know what else to call them - are bare earth for months on end. When they finally put in a few bedding plants, the locals go crazy over the few flowers. I visited in late January. It was a sunny day but the place was gloomy, lots of tall trees, no grass and no flowers. And plenty of bare beds. The only thing of interest was the bed given to cacti and succulents. "Well, you can't expect grass in Southern Spain", I hear you say. Tell that to the Hotel Reina Cristina, 20 minutes walk away, which has acres of lush lawn. "But it's January, you can't have bedding plants flowering in January". Well, they obviously didn't get the memo about that down the road in Estepona, where the seafront promenade Paseo Maritimo currently has marigolds, purple pansies, yellow pansies, white Elysium, dark blue libelias and multi-coloured sweet-smelling flocks just bursting out in the flowerbeds. If you have Primary age children, then they will enjoy the excellent children's playground at the far end of the park, as well as tootling around on their scooters. So it would be worth visiting for that.
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Date of experience: February 2019
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pparrothead wrote a review Jul 2018
Wilmington, North Carolina3,856 contributions316 helpful votes
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My wife and I recently spent a few days in Algeciras on our trip to Portugal, Spain, Gibraltar, and Tangier. On our last full day in Algeciras we decided to head into the Historic District for lunch and sightseeing. We took the #3 bus with the help of a couple of high school girls on their way to a library and got off right near the Parque Maria Cristina. We visited the areas shops, mercado, train station, and had lunch at a nice sidewalk cafe. In fact there were many sidewalk cafes and restaurants to choose from. When we returned to the bus stop we decided to walk around the Parque Maria Cristina with all of its shaded gardens, statues, and monuments. It was a pleasant surprise to see such a nice and inviting spot in the heart of Algeciras' Historic District...Well worth a visit.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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