Barcelona Joan Miró park

Located at the foot of Barcelona's old bullring, the Joan Miró Park is made up of a wide variety of vegetation on several levels ; an perfect place to take a break before setting off on the Montjuic hill.
Carrer Arrgó, 2, 08015 Barcelona

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Barcelona Joan Miró Park routes

How to get to Joan Miro Park from the port of Barcelona
To get to Joan Miro Park from the old port of Barcelona, take the line 3 at the Drassanes station (at the foot of the Ramblas on the Columbus viewpoint side), and get off at the Espanya or Tarragona stops.
How to get to Parc Guell from Parc Joan Miro
To get to Parc Guell from Parc Joan Miro, follow the line 3 in the direction of "Trinitat Nova" as far as the stops Lesseps (lower part of Parc Guell), or Vallcarca (upper part of Parc Guell).
How to get to Barça Stadium from Joan Miro Park
To get to the FC Barcelona Stadium from the Joan Miro Park, take the line 3 (green line) at the Espanya or Tarragona stations, in the direction of "Zona Universitaria" to the Palau Reial station; then continue on foot, you are not far away.
How to get to the Sagrada Familia from Joan Miro Park
To get to the Sagrada Familia from the Joan Miro Park, take the line 3 and follow it in the direction of "Zona Universitaria" to the Sants Estacio station and change with the line 5 to the Sagrada Familia stop.
From Joan Miro Park to the beaches of Barcelona
To get to the beaches of Barcelona from Joan Miro Park, take the line 3 in the direction of "trinitat Nova" to the Passeig de Gracia stop and change to the line 4 to the Ciutadella Vila Olimpica station.

Parque Joan Miro Barcelona + metro

How to get to Barcelona's Miro Park by metro

  • L1. Espanya metro station
  • L3. Tarragona metro station
  • L3. Espanya metro station
  • L8. Plaça Espanya metro station
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Barcelona metro line 3
Barcelona metro line 8

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