Parks for everyone
- Urban parks
- Historic parks
- Thematic parks
- Forest parks
The city’s parks and gardens transform it into a living, breathing space. Barcelona has historical, forest, urban and thematic parks, Discover the green areas near to where you live and bask in nature without setting foot outside the city.
Park timetables adapt to the hours of sunlight and vary during the year. To make the most of the natural daylight, they close each day at nightfall.
The park of Laberint d’Horta will be closed to the public owing to maintenance work, from 2 to 30 November.
Explore Barcelona’s sea front by going from one park to another and visit the green spaces created in the city for the Olympic Games.
Learn about the history of the city’s parks and gardens: from the early days following the industrial revolution, through the 1888 Universal Exhibition and the 1929 International Exhibition, right up until the present day.
Lose yourself in the city’s most emblematic parks and marvel at their magic.
Arrange a visit to Park Güell and enjoy one of Gaudí’s greatest works.
Step into the Horta Labyrinth Park, the oldest garden preserved by the city.
Take a boat ride or stroll among the sculptures of this quintessential Barcelona green area.
Terraces, pathways and tiny squares sculpt these Montjuïc gardens.
A magnificent massif with more than 8,000 hectares of natural park at your feet.
A giant green lung with emblematic spaces like the Olympic Ring and the Botanical Garden.
Want to know what else is on the Internet? We have compiled a collection of websites and blogs to help you make the most of the city.
Fully-equipped picnic areas in the city and around Catalonia. (CAT)
Enjoy a picnic in the city, accompanied by electronic music.
All the activities, visits and workshops organised by the Botanical Garden. (ES)
Compilation of activities and information about Catalonia's parks. (CAT)
Walk or run around the city's parks with your dog. (CAT)
A selection of the best apps to experience and enjoy Barcelona to the fullest.