Theme, attraction, historical, or UNESCO heritage, in each district of Barcelona, its park. From Montjuic to Gracia, from the Ciutat Vella district to the Eixample district, designed by the city's greatest architects. There are as many parks in Barcelona as there are must-see monuments where it is good to change air while staying in Barcelona.
Between sky and sea, from the top of the Tibidabo to the Ciutadella Park, Barcelona is home to a large number of parks covering hundreds of hectares where great names such as Gaudi and Miro have left their mark. By metro, funicular, cable car, bus or tramway, Barcelona's parks are accessible at all seasons of the year to admire, enjoy and photograph the monuments and exceptional views of the four corners of the city.
Classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1994, Parc Guell, one of the masterpieces of the famous Antoni Gaudi, is a huge garden divided into several floors littered with alleys, columns and magnificent mosaics; it is also the most visited park in Barcelona.Virtual tour of Guell Park
For a guaranteed change of scenery in the heart of Barcelona, the 17 hectares of Parc de la Ciutadella, strewn with museums, gardens, and the artificial lake of the Arc de Triomf at Barcelona Zoo, offer beautiful walks to reach the Olympic port.Stroll in the Ciutadella Park
Located on the heights of Barcelona, the Labyrinth of Horta, the oldest park in Barcelona where love and mythology share the few hectares of gardens surrounding a magnificent maze of greenery, is one of the must-see parks in Barcelona.Virtual visit of the Horta labyrinth
From its 184 meters of altitude, located southwest of Barcelona, the hill of Montjuic offers breathtaking panoramic views of the port, as well as the old town (Ciutat Vella). Montjuic is first and foremost a huge green area littered with Olympic remains.Virtual walk on Montjuic
Located at the foot of Diagonal avenue, the Pedralbes gardens form a magnificent park bordering the Royal Palace of Pedralbes, where statues and fountains accompany you in the shade of the trees.Palau Reial gardens photos
The botanical garden of µBarcelona extends over several hectares where a multitude of plant varieties share the aesthetics of the site refer to the Mediterranean vegetation in Catalonia.Stroll in the Botanical Garden
The Parc del Guinardo, one of the largest green spaces in Barcelona, where historic gardens, a fortress, sculptures and fountains share the alleys that lead to the exceptional views from the Carmel bunker.How to get to Barcelona's bunker
Located at the foot of Barcelona's old bullring, the Joan Miro Park is made up of a wide variety of vegetation on different plateaus; an ideal place to take a break before setting off on the Montjuic hill.Barcelona Joan Miro park tour
Just a few steps from the beaches, the 315 species that populate the Barcelona Zoo will meet you in the heart of Barcelona.
The hundreds of species that share the Barcelona Aquarium take you to the depths of a world as magical as it is mysterious.
From Polynesia, to the Wild West, without forgetting China, come and see the world in one single day at the biggest amusement park in Spain.
With its ping pong tables, pétanque and basketball area, Basque pelota court, green areas and small lake, Clot Park is a large multi-purpose area. Big, small, dogs and sports enthusiasts, Parc del Clot has areas for everyone.
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With children's playgrounds, sports, football, basketball and ping pong areas, a dog area and artificial ponds, the Diagonal Mar park is a huge green space designed as a huge garden where a whole series of paths branch out like the branches of a tree.Virtual tour in Barcelona best parks
Built in 1985 on the foundations of a textile factory, the architect Luis Peña Ganchegi represented water, earth and fire around the chimneys of the old factory. The Espanya Industrial Park groups together a wide variety of bird species around an artificial lake.where are the most beautiful parks in Barcelona
Inaugurated in 1992, the Estacio del Nord park, at the foot of Barcelona's Arc de Triomf metro station, merges garden centre, trees, ceramics and cement. The Estacio del Nord Park allows you to walk from the Arc de Triomf station to the Marina station.Barcelona best parks and gardens virtual tour
Ideal for children and family picnics, Barcelona's magnificent Parc de l'Oreneta offers a multitude of activities such as ponies, playgrounds for the little ones, ping pong tables, and a miniature train for walking.Virtual walk through the most beautiful Barcelona's parks
Ideal to get lost in the middle of a very dense vegetation where trees, palm trees, flowers, bridges and small paths accompany the peaceful atmosphere of the fountains of the artificial lake, the Pegaso Park is a perfect place for a family day.which parks to visit in barcelona
A very large promenade stretching from the Santa Eulalia metro station to the Plaça de Sants where sports facilities and children's attractions accompany the walk in the heart of the Sants district.Virtual walk in the Barcelona green spaces