Gardens in Barcelona

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Gardens in Barcelona

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  • thomasdefise93
    Arlon, Belgium94 contributions
    Access to the gardens is free of charge.
    Even in January it was worth to pass by in order to check the different cactus in this garden.
    There is also huge collection of cacti (about 800 different types) originating in many different continents and countries.
    Notable specimens found in these gardens include: aloe (Aloe ferox) from South Africa; Hudson pears Cylindropuntia rosea from Mexico; Xanthorrhoea from Australia; Euphorbia resinifera from Morocco; large-sized Cereus jamacaru from Brazil.
    The gardens offer an extensive collection of cacti from the Echinopsis genus, including Echinopsis santiaguensis, which are native to South America (Argentina, Chile, Ecuador, Bolivia, Brazil, Uruguay and Paraguay).
    The park owes its name to the renowned Mallorcan poet Miquel Costa i Llobera.
    Written February 18, 2024
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  • Jeroen B
    Eibergen, The Netherlands445 contributions
    Park de Cervantes is a medium size park in the city. Wonderful park to relax (it really quiet and not overcrowded), sit down on a bench under the pergola or shade of the trees and let zen come to you. The park has plants shrubberies surrounded by green hedges, trees, bushes, plants and lots of different roses. It's delighting for your eyes as well as for your nose
    Written July 2, 2019
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  • spannerwingnut
    London, UK374 contributions
    We visited the gardens in June, we found it quite hard to navigate despite downloading a map from the QR code at the ticket office. The gardens are mainly, from what we found, landscaped along the sides of a concrete path, we didn’t find any large open spaces, except for the small make at the exit. It’s hard to describe! We found the Bonsai exhibition, which was nice and worth a visit has some impressive Bonsias which are obviously well cared for.
    This place is absolutely massive so i would recommend planning your visit beforehand, there are no suggested route signposts which we felt would have been handy!
    There are lots of water refill taps though, and just a side note, the vending machines do not take card.
    Written June 9, 2023
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  • leuveen
    United Kingdom1,262 contributions
    Beautiful gardens sitting on a slope of a hill - with plenty of nicely arranged plants and a water fountain, a lovely and quiet place to rest.
    Written February 17, 2023
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  • Katerina 💎
    Patras, Greece416 contributions
    This garden or little Forest in the city is very beautiful and very well reserved. Its a nice station in the city but if you don't visit this place you don't Miss an attraction very special. It's very beautiful But it is just a very nice Park. If there are parks in your country then it isnt something special
    Written March 27, 2022
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  • macedonboy
    Glasgow, UK179,640 contributions
    One of the quieter, huge and most impressive set of Gardens in Barcelona. The waterfall fountain that flows down towards Avenue Montanyans is simply stunning. The Palace Albéniz is the official residence of the Spanish Royal Family during their stay in Catalonia. Sadly it's not open to the general public except on I think one day a year.

    Beautiful gardens and definitely worth visiting if around the Montjuic area.
    Written July 17, 2019
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  • hasmikooo
    Dzoraghbyur, Armenia1 contribution
    beautiful place to spend the day with friends and family
    it was nice picnic day. you can play games . ride bicycle.
    be lazy . sleep. feel safe
    Written October 23, 2023
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  • Fernanda
    Goiania, GO3 contributions
    The park is up the stairs next to the Park Guell concierge. The climb is very difficult and the view is breathtaking!!!!!
    Written March 21, 2022
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  • robgarrettcurator
    Gdynia, Poland328 contributions
    This is a lovely little urban oasis! It is the site of the historic Medieval Hospital de la Santa Creu de Barcelona, a tapas bar, La Capella Museum, a large civic library founded in 1807, and in the northern end of the courtyard, the most beautiful old grove of Orange trees (ripe oranges were literally falling from the trees as I walked through here). Worth exploring.
    Written July 29, 2021
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  • bigvicSydney
    Sydney, Australia3,552 contributions
    You come up to this park normally by accident on your way elsewhere. Well that’s what we did. So stopping here and enjoying the peace and quiet was just wonderful. Recommended
    Written September 29, 2018
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  • CFEIII
    Center, TX4,968 contributions
    Not exactly the prettiest park I have seen in Barcelona, but this one is kind of neat, good place to place some basketball, or see the Torre de les Aigues. I kind of stumbled thru the park to get a view of the tower!
    Written December 29, 2017
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  • EU 4ever
    Amsterdam, The Netherlands7,960 contributions
    This is a nice park because it combines both the green aspects as well as a kid playground. The two are separate enough for people to enjoy some quite and for the kids to enjoy various rides..
    Written May 18, 2015
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