Updated Apr 21 2020
Barcelona might not be known for its large number of gardens, but actually the reality is quite the opposite since the city has several gardens, many of which are essential to visit especially in the spring and summer months. Many of Barcelona’s gardens can be found within large parks such as Montjuïc, whereas the rest are part of other green areas of the city, or properties that were once private and now belong to the city council. You will find a huge variety of plants and flowers in Barcelona’s gardens, and this is highlighted in the city’s Botanical Gardens, which boasts plants and flowers that originate in diverse and exotic countries from all over the world.
List and map of Barcelona’s Gardens
From the many gardens open to visitors in Barcelona, below we have listed those that we think are the most worth visiting, whether it’s because of their historical significance, their rich and exotic vegetation or simply their outstanding beauty.
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