Inaugurated after the 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona, this botanical garden aims to preserve the numerous species of Mediterranean plants from all over the world. The garden is divided into five separate parts, corresponding to five regions of the world with climates similar to the Mediterranean. The garden is famous for having a specimen of Wollemia nobilis, a very rare living fossil that was discovered in 1994 growing in a rainforest gorge in Australia.
Do you like taking a walk in nature? You can walk from my flat to this incredible beautiful garden from where you can also see the sea. I do very often.
botanical garden of Barcelona... free on sunday at 15h and the first sunday of every month (all day)
In the Jardí Botànic, Barcelona's botanical garden, you can see the typical vegetation of six different zones with Mediterranean climate and of the Canary Islands.
A walk through Monjuic keeps you fit and provides lots of wonderful views, museums, art collections, history, etc.
The Botanical Garden of Barcelona is specialized in plants from Mediterranean Climate and is divided into areas which are Australia, China, Chile, South Africa, the western Mediterranean area and the eastern Mediterranean area. A specific section is devoted to the flora of the Canary Islands…