Guinardó's Park is below the Carmel Bunkers and it also has amazing panoramic views of Barcelona. A nice place to visit if you want to do some exercise, get some fresh air and discover some of Barcelona's best sights.
This is one of the largest gardens specializing in cactus and succulent plants in Europe. Looking towards the sea, sheltered under Montjuïc mountain, it enjoys a privileged location
A huge green area on the hills, with amazing views of the city and very calm. Paths of sand, fountains to drink water, benches...
This park is composed by 3 parts gathered which are urban, historic and forest. It is the most extending space where terraces with trees and shrubs meet waterfalls, greenery area, sources and scultures. You can reach the Park by taking the subway Line 4 and stop to the Station Alfons X.
One of the parks in Barcelona with stunning views of the city. If you are going on foot, it will be like a mini-hiking tour. The Bunker del Carmel is up there; you’ll find the old concrete platforms that were once part of anti-aircraft battery during the Spanish Civil War (in the post-War, it…