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Built towards the end of the 19th century, it was the first place to be specially designed as a public park.
Pg Picasso 21 (Ciutat Vella)
This park has the city's oldest conserved garden. Once Neoclassical, with a slightly Italian look, it later adopted a Romantic style.
Pg Castanyers 1 (Horta-Guinardó)
La Creueta del Coll is a sheltered park, with a big lake people can swim in during the summer, a huge square and numerous resting places.
Pg Mare de Déu del Coll 77 (Gràcia)
One of Barcelona's most majestic gardens, both French and English in style, a touch Romantic and very luxuriant.
Av Diagonal 686 (Les Corts)
There is nothing in the world like Park Güell, one of Antoni Gaudí's most emblematic works.
C Olot 7 (Gràcia)
These are one Europe's biggest gardens specialising in cacti and succulent plants.
Ctra Miramar 38 (Sants-Montjuïc)
The Botanical Garden is heir to a long tradition of gardens designed for studying, maintaining and preserving plant species.
C Doctor Font i Quer 2 (Sants-Montjuïc)
La Pegaso park is a place of exuberant vegetation, with open spaces and other sheltered, shady areas with lots of trees.
C Sagrera 179 (Sant Andreu)
The park is a magnificent, open, green space distinguished by the large expanses of grass, wide paths and gentle slope of the land.
Av Diagonal 706 (Les Corts)
A park where the rusticity of the woods lives side by side with the elegance of a trimmed-shrub garden, and where water plays a major role.
Garriga i Roca 1 (Horta-Guinardó)