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The silence of this space is very different to all the shouting that used to get done many Sunday afternoons in the area.
Ptge Ricard Zamora 5 (Sarrià-Sant Gervasi)
A gateway to the beaches nearest to the Besòs river, the park links two of the city's large green areas: the parks of Poblenou and Diagonal Mar.
Pg Garcia Fària 2 (Sant Martí)
This is a garden with a privileged panoramic view of Barcelona, inviting a careful, unhurried observation of the city.
C Síndic Rahola 1 (Horta-Guinardó)
Plaça de Can Fabra occupies part of the site of the old Fabra i Coats cotton mill, whose central building has been preserved.
C Segre 24 (Sant Andreu)
A stroll through these gardens allows you to escape from the hustle and bustle of Av Diagonal.
Av Diagonal 635 (Les Corts)
This is a multipurpose square in the Porta neighbourhood, a green space full of trees open to festival and cultural events.
Pl Sóller 1 (Nou Barris)
Montjuïc, as a whole, is Barcelona's big urban park.
Pg Migdia 147 (Sants-Montjuïc)
These gardens are currently one of the green spaces with the most active sports and leisure facilities in the neighbourhood.
C Doctor Fleming 8 (Sarrià-Sant Gervasi)
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This garden lies on hilly land with a 9 m gradient in the Sarrià - Sant Gervasi district, near Parc de Collserola.
C Josep Garí 7 (Sarrià-Sant Gervasi)
Rieres d'Horta, a name suggested by the locals, is a park that helps to link and bring together the La Clota and Horta neighbourhoods.
Av Estatut de Catalunya 21 (Horta-Guinardó)
Can Rigal is a large metropolitan green area featuring Mediterranean vegetation. It has amenities and leisure areas.
Av Albert Bastardas 23 (Les Corts)
These gardens were designed as a re-creation of a random wood, full of white poplars, black poplars and holm oaks.
C Llacuna 121 (Sant Martí)
Like many of Catalonia's residential gardens, the Portolà Gardens are sheltered by a house at the back.
C Portolà 5 (Sarrià-Sant Gervasi)
This green space is the result of the urbanisation of what is popularly known as the Torrent de les Monges.
C Ràfols 10 (Sarrià-Sant Gervasi)
These are themed gardens specialising in Mediterranean-climate vegetation from the five continents.
C Artesania 79 (Nou Barris)
More than five hectares of greenery dominated by plants native to the Mediterranean.
Av Diagonal 130 (Sant Martí)
This is an example of how a much-needed facility for managing urban services could also be a pleasant green space.
C Nou de la Rambla 203 (Sants-Montjuïc)
These are one Europe's biggest gardens specialising in cacti and succulent plants.
Ctra Miramar 38 (Sants-Montjuïc)
This rare and unexpectedly beautiful green space is on the north-west slope of Montjuïc's highest part.
Av Miramar 2 (Sants-Montjuïc)
This garden reclaimed an area round the Philips block, integrating it into the Marina - Zona Franca neighbourhood's urban structure.
C Foneria 19 (Sants-Montjuïc)
It is a large multipurpose space with outdoor auditoriums, between the Fòrum building esplanade and the sea.
Pl Fòrum 1 (Sant Martí)
What was the Montjuïc Amusement Park for over 30 years are now a large green space covered with luxuriant and typically Mediterranean vegetation.
Pl Dante 9999 (Sants-Montjuïc)
These gardens are one of the gems of Parc de Montjuïc, and the first public rose garden to be created in Barcelona.
Pg Santa Madrona 2 (Sants-Montjuïc)
These gardens, which began life as a rose garden, are one of several green spaces created on Montjuïc for the 1929 International Exposition.
Pg Santa Madrona 38 (Sants-Montjuïc)
The gardens, dedicated to the Mexican artist, are the link in a chain of Vall d'Hebron green spaces that is closest to the Ronda de Dalt.
Berruguete 85 (Horta-Guinardó)
These long, narrow gardens form a pleasant link between Av Diagonal, Plaça de Pius XII and Av Pedralbes.
Jiménez i Iglesias 6 (Les Corts)
These gardens evoke the industrial era of Sant Martí's flour and textile mills.
C Lope de Vega 280 (Sant Martí)
They are not large but offer a good view of El Carmel hill.
Av Cardenal Vidal Barraquer 50 (Horta-Guinardó)
This is the city's second largest green space, a place that invites visitors to take a stroll and contemplate the lush vegetation it houses.
Pl Major de Nou Barris 1 (Nou Barris)
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)
Diagonal Mar is Barcelona's second largest park.
C Llull 362 (Sant Martí)
The Jardins de l'Arboreda and Jardins de Sant Cristòfol share a neighbourhood and past as part of the old Seat flat redevelopment.
Mecànica 10 (Sants-Montjuïc)
A large boulevard with lawns and trees that surround the sports installations located between Avinguda Meridiana and Passeig d'Andreu Nin.
C Rosselló i Porcel 7 (Nou Barris)
Located in the vertex of the Parc de la Ciutadella, the Parc de Carles I makes up part of a long linear park area created to open Barcelona up to the sea for the Olympic Games in 1992.
Av Icària 121 (Sant Martí)
This is one of the green spaces built in 1992 around the Barcelona Olympic Games.
Jaume Vicens i Vives 1 (Sant Martí)
Pla de Fornells is a park that combines an eminently forest character with a very modern layout.
C Nou Barris 14 (Nou Barris)
These gardens are not just a magnificent green space, with numerous hundred-year-old trees, they are one of the district's nerve centres.
Santa Amèlia 1 (Sarrià-Sant Gervasi)
Parc de les Cascades, built on coastal land that the city reclaimed for the 1992 Olympic Games, is an open avenue.
Av Litoral 12 (Ciutat Vella)
This green space, highly popular with local residents, is not just a park but also a thoroughfare and a square.
C Miguel Hernández 16 (Nou Barris)
The Jardins de Joan Vinyoli provide a space for walking through an area with heavy traffic.
Pg Sant Joan Bosco 39 (Sarrià-Sant Gervasi)
Parc de la Vall d'Hebron is a link between the city and Collserola.
Juan de Mena 2 (Horta-Guinardó)
Parc de la Barceloneta is an open, transitional space between Barceloneta and Vila Olímpica that runs down to the sea.
Pg Marítim Barceloneta 15 (Ciutat Vella)
This is one of the seafront's green spaces with more direct access to the beach,
Av Litoral 59 (Sant Martí)
Lying opposite what was the Olympic Port, the park advances towards the sea in a curve, with a view of the seafront promenade.
Av Litoral 9994 (Sant Martí)
These gardens take us back to a Barcelona that was expanding at the end of the 19th century, when the Eixample was born.
Pg Gràcia 107 (Eixample)
These gardens, part of what was once the estate of Dr Josep Castelló i Galvany, are noted for their elegance and the variety of species they contain.
Freixa 56 (Sarrià-Sant Gervasi)
The gardens are a space for enjoying the tranquil ambience they were created for: to make a health-care complex more pleasant.
Trav Corts 159 (Les Corts)
Parc de la Font Florida is a transitional area between the built-up city and the Montjuïc hillside.
G.V. Corts Catalanes 196 (Sants-Montjuïc)
These gardens are named after the three imposing chimneys of the old La Canadenca power plant.
Av Paral.lel 49 (Sants-Montjuïc)
Largely hanging from the side of Montjuïc, Mirador del Poble-Sec enjoys the features of an urban and a forest park.
Pg Montjuïc 59 (Sants-Montjuïc)
These gardens can be found inside the block formed by what are known as the La Capa flats, in the Marina de Port neighbourhood of Sants-Montjuïc.
Alts Forns 85 (Sants-Montjuïc)
The gardens occupy the old central courtyard of a barracks, a pleasant space knitted into the neighbourhood with various amenities.
C Marina 372 (Horta-Guinardó)
These gardens on the sea-facing slope of the Collserola range are among the few left in Barcelona that bear witness to the stately gardens of the late 19th century.
C Can Caralleu 6 (Sarrià-Sant Gervasi)
The Jardins de La Tamarita are a living example of a private garden that has become a public space and public heritage.
Pg Sant Gervasi 47 (Sarrià-Sant Gervasi)
This park offers lots of possibilities: sports courts, modelling tracks, a large picnic area with barbecues and an allotment.
Pg Santa Coloma 60 (Sant Andreu)
These gardens surround the Romanesque Sant Pau del Camp monastery, one of Barcelona's architectural treasures.
Sant Pau 99 (Ciutat Vella)
A tranquil place, a world apart, where the only sounds you can hear are the chirping of birds and splash of water flowing from the ornamental fountains.
Av Estadi 69 (Sants-Montjuïc)
These are some of Barcelona's loveliest gardens. A combination of bulbous, rhizome and aquatic plants gives them an exceptional range of colours.
Av Miramar 30 (Sants-Montjuïc)
Boasting over 8,000 hectares, Collserola Park is an invaluable natural heritage.
Ctra Església 92 (Sarrià-Sant Gervasi)
The Ca n'Altimira Gardens have a romantic and peaceful feel. Their plants create a rich atmosphere, enhanced by the play of light and shade.
Maó 9 (Sarrià-Sant Gervasi)
Sant Martí is a large community park, a quiet place under dense trees.
C Menorca 64 (Sant Martí)
This is a modern park designed with a classical conception of urban green areas.
C Mineria 16 (Sants-Montjuïc)
This spacious and sunny park, organised around a large sculpture, is an outstanding example of land art.
C Nàpols 70 (Eixample)
This little park is a treat for people living nearby, an unbeatable neighbourhood garden.
Nicaragua 139 (Les Corts)
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)
Parc del Clot is a good example of integrating pre-existing architectural features into a green space.
Escultors Claperós 55 (Sant Martí)
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)
An iron dragon, really a slide, a lake guarded by Neptune with Venus looking at her reflection, and sun-bathed grass. That's Espanya Industrial.
C Muntadas 1 (Sants-Montjuïc)
These gardens are a green neighbourhood space. Small, but with a complex layout and rich variety of vegetation, one of Barcelona's urban parks.
Tavern 1 (Sarrià-Sant Gervasi)
Parc de Joan Miró occupies the site of the city's old abattoir, an area equivalent to four blocks in the Eixample district.
C Aragó 2 (Eixample)
Its height and privileged location make this the only park in Barcelona with views of Collserola and the sea.
Pg Fabra i Puig 396 (Nou Barris)
Parc de la Guineueta is extraordinarily popular and always busy. It links the Guineueta and Verdum neighbourhoods.
Pl de la República 9 (Nou Barris)
This green space cuts part of the Baix Guinardó neighbourhood off from the sight and sound of the busy traffic around Plaça d'Alfons X el Savi.
Pl Alfons el Savi 3 (Horta-Guinardó)
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)
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)
There is nothing in the world like Park Güell, one of Antoni Gaudí's most emblematic works.
C Olot 7 (Gràcia)
Turó Park is rich in species and exceptional specimens of trees, not just for their size but for their age too.
Av Pau Casals 19 (Sarrià-Sant Gervasi)
Monterols is a secluded park on a slope that rises to a height of 121 metres.
C Muntaner 450 (Sarrià-Sant Gervasi)
Exposed to the elements at the very top of the hill, these gardens are one of Barcelona's most privileged miradors.
C Manacor 9 (Sarrià-Sant Gervasi)
This green and luxuriant park is a small marvel, tucked between the bends of Av Tibidabo at the foot of the Collserola range.
Av Tibidabo 72 (Sarrià-Sant Gervasi)
This is a large woody area that links Barcelona to the Collserola range.
C Montevideo 45 (Sarrià-Sant Gervasi)
These traditionally conceived gardens form an almost perfect square of greenery in the French style.
Eduardo Conde 22 (Sarrià-Sant Gervasi)
The Acclimatisation Garden is one of Barcelona's most interesting botanical spaces and boasts close to 230 different plant species.
Av Estadi 42 (Sants-Montjuïc)
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)
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)
One of Barcelona's most majestic gardens, both French and English in style, a touch Romantic and very luxuriant.
Av Diagonal 686 (Les Corts)
Close to Montjuïc Castle, these gardens are noted for the exceptional view they offer of Barcelona.
Ctra Montjuïc 41 (Sants-Montjuïc)
If you want to get an exceptional view of Barcelona, Mirador del Migdia is one of the best places for that.
Pg Migdia 156 (Sants-Montjuïc)
Parc de la Maquinista in Sant Andreu is a big, open esplanade with an exceptionally large number of trees.
C Ferran Junoy 1 (Sant Andreu)