Designed by an Italian architect, this green spot is the oldest garden of Barcelona. The space is full of old palaces, romantic buildings, a chinese gate and a lot of beautiful sculptures. The nature here is abundant and richer than in any other park around and the lakes are full with small golden fishes, terrapins and white and pink water lilies. Once you reach the main space you will understand why the park is called that way… Get lost in the green labyrinth until you find a sculpture in its heart.
If you want to visit the park the easiest way to get there is to use the metro. You should take the green line (L3) and look for the Mundet station. Going out from the metro, you will first see the Barcelona Tourism Campus – CETT, which belongs to the University of Barcelona. Take the right exit and keep walking for about 5 min and you will see the staircase leading to the main entrance of the park. During the weekend you can go in free of charge, but if you are coming here some other day the entrance fee is 2,23eu.