Cervantes Park is located in the Pedralbes district of Les Corts, Barcelona. Opened in 1965, it specializes in rose bushes.
The link between Barcelona and roses has a long history. A good example of this is the international competition held at the Palacio de Pedralbes between 1929 and 1936, in which the best rose specialists in the world participated. The current International Contest of New Roses of Barcelona, begun at the beginning of the 21st century, takes, therefore, the relay of this more than remarkable historical past.
The variety of trees, linden trees, elms, holm oaks, pines, cedars, cypresses, olive trees, as well as acacia trees, pepper trees and melias, make up a beautiful environment for the more than 10,000 roses and more than 2,000 varieties of roses existing in the park, coming from Asia, Middle East, America or Europe.
After visiting all these wonders, accompanied by a Botanist, you can enjoy a delicious picnic in the center of the park.
Price: To Consult
Duration: Minimum 3 hours.
Transportation from pick up point and back.
Extras: Aperitif or lunch.
How to get to Parc de Cervantes in Public Transport?
You can get to Parc de Cervantes in Metro and Bus. These are the closest lines:
Metro: L3, L9S. Station: Zona Universitària
Bus: 63, 68, 78 (Station: Parc de Cervantes) / 67 (Station: Diagonal – Parc de Cervantes) / V1 (Station: Parc de Cervantes)
CONDITIONS AND REMARKS
This offer is exclusive and upon prior request to BarcelonArt of Travel©
It reserves the right to suspend or modify the activity when the weather and security conditions so require. In case of inclement weather, we will propose the change of the activity in its entirety by another date, to be agreed, with an advance notice of 5 days.
Once the booking is made, you will receive a document with weather information to prevent any type of meteorological incident.
Prices for larger groups on demand.