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Parks & nature in Pedralbes, Barcelona

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.”
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“If you like roses, this is definitely your park. It’s basically a rose garden with over 245 varieties. During May and June, it’s quite a show, an explosion of color—and the smell is amazing. If you’re in Barcelona on the day of Sant Jordi, don't give your partner a rose, as is customary in Catalonia. Give them a whole garden! The park is named after writer Miguel de Cervantes, an homage to the kind words he wrote about Barcelona in his most celebrated book, Don Quixote.”
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“The Parc de l'Oreneta opened in 1978, in Sarrià-Sant Gervasi, where the Collserola ridge meets the city, on a site once occupied by two rural estates, Can Bonavia and Oreneta Castle, from which the park takes its name. The castle was built in the higher part of the estate, and today only a few walls remain. This green area, in the high part of Barcelona, features characteristic Mediterranean woodland species that had encroached on the abandoned farmland and includes pines, evergreen oaks and northern red oaks, fruit trees, as well as undergrowth rich in shrubs, and a wide variety of aromatic herbs. A network of paths makes it possible to explore this compact wooded area and lie in the shade ”
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Garden
“Visit Gaudí’s Güell Pavilions, located just beside the beautiful Palau Reial de Pedralbes park”
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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.”
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