Barcelona is one of the most bustling and urban metropolises; the young and the old, the past and the present, and the local and the foreign coming together in perfect (if sometimes a little hectic) harmony. Staying in such a lively city like Barcelona with a population of over 1.5 million, it is only natural that visitors might feel a little overwhelmed during their time here.
Although Barcelona is primarily city, there exists a scattering of hidden green spots, or secret gardens, within the city’s urban framework. Places where you can loose yourself for a couple of hours, without leaving the city.
Parc del Laberint d’Horta
One of Barcelona’s oldest and most disputed gardens- many argue over whether the garden is of Romantic or Neoclassical style- Parc del Laberint d’Horta was opened as a public park in 1971. It is often hailed as a museum garden due to its meticulously