Parc De Joan MiroCurrently Open [Closes at 08:00 pm]
- Address: Carrerd'Aragó, 2, 08015, Barcelona, Spain
- Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: +34-807117700
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Park, Nature, Sculpture
Park of Joan Miro is also known as Parc de Joan Miro amongst the locals. It is a very charming park and boasts of a lot of natural beauty. It is known of Park of Joan Miro for it features a very important work of the artist- Joan Miro. The park has a sculpture known as the ‘Bird and Woman’ which is a very famous sculpture by the aforementioned artist. The park is covered in large pines and palms and is one of the best town parks you will come across.
How to Reach Parc De Joan Miro
- Nearby Metro station: Tarragona
- By bus: 27, 109,115, V 17
- Nearby station (for both train and Subway): Placad’Espanya
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0.27% of people who visit Barcelona include Parc De Joan Miro in their plan
44.44% of people start their Parc De Joan Miro visit around 4 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Parc De Joan Miro
50% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Parc De Joan Miro
Parc De Joan Miro Reviews & Ratings
A very lovely park with almost every amenity you could think of! An extensive portion for children of all ages including a miniature zip line. There's an adjacent well kept Field for football, as well as the dog park! There's even a library right next door and plenty of benches.
It's April right now and the central prominade through the park is covered in wisteria which is in full bloom. The smell is amazing and there are lots of bees working away. Otherwise the park is a nice quiet place to sit and read or bring your dog to the small, enclosed space.
The park is great to take a walk or just sit and enjoy the sunny weather and the wind. It might be amazing during the spring. The park is just beside the arena, that you can go on top and get a nice view from Barcelona.
Seemed ok from a distance and when we went to walk through the park I could see it was just a dumping ground for dogs, literally! I know I'm in a minority not being a dog lover but I've never seen, and have never been as grossed out as there were SO many dogs pooing and owners swinging bags of the stuff as they walked around. eeeeeek!! Swiftly exit to the left!...
The park has a nice atmosphere. I recommend it strongly if you are in the area.