Parks in Barcelona
Barcelona has public parks and gardens of all types, full of trees and shadows to rest, with green spaces to sunbath, where to enjoy fountains, ponds, sculptures and playgrounds. Two of the main ones are Park of Collserola, which offers 8.000 hectares of protected surface with a wide range of Mediterranean fauna and flora, and the Montjuïc Park, with multiple gardens, the Botanic Garden being one of them.
The moist romantic options are the Labyrinth Park, the Park of the Ciutadella or the Cervantes Park, which keep that classic rose gardens touch full of colors that transfer you to another time. At the bottom of Collserola, other parks of a more wooded look are spotted by the nearest neighborhoods, such as Park of the Oreneta, Park of the Guineueta or Park of the Turó de la Peira. Also not far from there, in the Gràcia district, the Park Güell shows Gaudí fingerprints in a singular park where nature and architecture come together in a full and surprising way.
And for the lovers of the modernity, it is clear that the park of Barcelona, a city that breathes modernism, wouldn’t disappoint. There are multiple possibilities to discover the design of new green surfaces that look forward to combine nature with a urban touch. For example, The Park of Diagonal Mar, The Central park of Nou Barris or the parks born in the old industrial areas such as Park of Estación de Nord or Park of Clot.
The complete Barcelona Park route also includes other spaces like The Joan Miró Park, Park of the España Industrial, Creueta de Coll Park, Sant Martí Park, Central Park of Poblenou, Fórum Park or the Velodrome and Joan Brossa Park. So don’t miss this opportunity of discovering the greener and more natural side of Barcelona, Omm Hotel & Spa 5* Barcelona encourages you to enjoy some of those very special spaces.