This small park is located in the Sarrià-Sant Gervasi neighbourhood, only a few metres from Plaça Francesc Macià and Diagonal Avenue. The place, formerly private property, was ultimately handed over to City Hall, and after a series of renovations the park as we know it today opened in 1934.
This green space, right in the centre of this modern city, houses different species of trees and plants, and a small botanical tour through it is appealing. It’s also very pleasant to stroll through it on a sunny day, even with children, as there’s an area specially designed for them. A pond with different species of fish, frogs, and ducks, and sprinkled with water lilies will delight the little ones.
It’s also a very good place, even without children, to take a break from a visit to Barcelona and rest, read the guidebook or the city’s tourist magazine, and continue your journey once you’ve relaxed.
Address: Av. Pau Casals, 19
Bus: 7, 15, 27, 32, 33, 34, 68
Photo by: Xavier Caballé.