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Ciutadella Park

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Nicolas
Nicolas
January 13, 2020
It is an emblematic Park in the center of Barcelona. It is free to enter, great for taking pictures, go for a picnic, ride the pedaling boats in the artificial lake. Totally recommend it.
Joan
Joan
January 10, 2020
Nice park in the city centre. It was built in 1888 for the International exhibition of Barcelona. Is located where the old citadel built by the Bourbons after occupying Barcelona in 1714. There are still some old buildings from that period, like the Catalan Parliament, and some new buildings from…
Lucie
Lucie
October 12, 2019
Grande parke en centro de Barcelona (borne)
Laura
Laura
January 15, 2020
Fabolous park even with a lake with little boats in it. Perfect place to have a picnic in the middle of the city. Marvelous fountain with beautiful statues. Right next to the Zoo of Barcelona.
Manuela
Manuela
March 11, 2020
Nearby park with options to paddle a little boat or take kids to play in a dedicated space for them (Espai Ludic)
Itziar
Itziar
January 10, 2020
Perfect for workout and walking around

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Location
21 Passeig de Picasso
Barcelona, Barcelona 08003
Phone+34 638 23 71 15
Websitebcn.cat
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