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Music Festival
“One of the most beautiful gardens to visit in Barcelona, also hosting a music festival once a year with big names of the international scene.”
  • 6 locals recommend
“rose garden has collected about 2,000 varieties of roses, and the total number of bushes 10,000. Best time to visit the rose garden - from May to July”
  • 11 locals recommend
“The l’Oreneta Park is on one of the slopes of the Collserola mountain range. The name of the L’Oreneta Park (which is actually the Castell de l’Oreneta Park) comes from an old farmhouse that was called that way in this area. The whole park is about 17 hectares. Seventeen acres with an incredible sample of Mediterranean vegetation, fruit trees, and numerous aromatic herbs. Including the majestic eucalyptus or the cherry tree, both cataloged as trees of special interest. From here you can go to the Road of les Aigües, ideal place to practice sports. Along its dirt paths you will find areas equipped for the game, a small steam train that runs over 600 meters inside the park. An urban park with spectacular views of the city, there is a viewpoint where you can see one of the best views of Barcelona. Nothing has to envy other lookouts like the Turó de la Peira, the Turó de Rovira, Montjuic or Parc Güell. Free Entrance: Everyday Location: Carrer de Montevideo 45, Barcelona ”
  • 8 locals recommend
“The gardens of the Villa Amelia form an almost perfect square. The green design of traditional French style is the result of a merger between the original species of a former private gardens and plantations later introduced when they remodeled to make them public. The presence of towering trees of species varied highlights the quality of a garden where trees are preserved as palms, bananas or pins and a variety of shrubs and flowerbeds. history The Gardens of the Villa Amelia originate in the sumptuous garden that Ignasi Girona had built a farm on his property Sarria. The name put in honor of his wife, Amelia de Vilanova. For many years, the Girona family used the Quinta Amelia as a summer resort. In 1930 the City Council to allocate land for a public park, and in 1969 was finally expropriated in exchange for building one part, which led to the overthrow of the former residence of Girona. A piece of land has been integrated into the neighboring gardens of the Villa Cecilia, located across the street from Santa Amelia, which opened when they created two green spaces.”
  • 7 locals recommend
Point of Interest
“Quien no conoce Les Corts no puede más que sorprenderse al adentrarse en el parque que ocupa el antiguo recinto de la Maternitat y descubrir los pabellones modernistas que acoge.”
  • 4 locals recommend
“Los jardines de Can Sentmenat se encuentran en el Distrito de Sarrià-Sant Gervasi de Barcelona. Se trata de los jardines del Palacio de los Marqueses de Sentmenat, construido en 1779.”
  • 1 local recommends