Parc Del Laberint D'horta, Barcelona
About Parc Del Laberint D'horta, Barcelona
Parc Del Laberint D'horta, Barcelona - Address, Ticket Price
Address: Passeig dels Castanyers, 1, 08035 Barcelona, Spain
Ticket Price: 2 EUR
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 09:00 pm Details
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This beautifully manicured park spread over 55 hectares was opened to public in the 1970s. It was designed in 1792 by the Italian engineer Domenico Bagutt and is Barcelona’s oldest garden. It is a lush and beautiful landscaped space and displays fine example of artistic gardening. There are several hidden nooks worth exploring and several structures and sculptures in the park that’ll amaze you on your visit. It is a charming and a romantic place to visit for a leisurely walk. The highlight of the park is the maze, created from pollarded cypress trees which are also the reason behind the park’s name.
Be here for an early morning walk or an evening stroll, you’ll be delighted.
Parc Del Laberint D'horta Information
Only 750 people allowed entry at a time.
Parc Del Laberint D'horta Ticket Prices
- Reduced: € 1,38 €
- Children under 5 yrs and pensioners free admission.
- Wednesday and Sunday: free admission
How To reach Parc Del Laberint D'horta by Public Transport
- Metro: L3 stop Mundet
- Bus: 27, 60, 73 and 76
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Parc Del Laberint D'horta, Barcelona Reviews - Write a Review
We loved this park! If you are a tourist but tired of the crowds and hoards of other tourists at every destination in the city, this park is for you. Sundays and Wednesdays are free too! The park is beautiful and has lots of working water features (rare here). We went Wednesday afternoon and almost had the place to ourselves, only saw about 20 people in about an hour. The maze was fun too, very challenging! It's pretty far to walk from the city, I recommend a cab ride (about 24 euro from the Gothic district). Stop reading this review and catch a cab to this awesome park!
I love this park. Beautiful and well organized. There is also a decent cafeteria (park wise) and a good playground for kids. Absolutely worth a visit.
Great place to go and visit. The park could be better preserved. The entrance is around 3€ and it's a nice place to visit if you've visited the rest of the city
it's cool its cheap its also very far from everything and not that big of a labyrinth. If you have the time, it's nice and there was barely anyone there and close to a metro stop. you may be disappointed
Peaceful place to spend an afternoon and worry less about pickpockets. Good place for kids too as the maze will keep them occupied. Always seem to be one or more commercial photographers working with clients here...its photogenic.
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