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Behind a 250-m long wall overflowing with bougainvillea is one of the stateliest gardens in Barcelona: the gardens of the Palau de Pedralbes (“Pedralbes Royal Palace”). Revealing both English and French influences, romantic bridges and verdant green areas, the truth is that a trip to this park will transport you to a time when serenity and majesty were determining elements of the landscape.

Tip: this park is relatively close to the Parc de Cervantes so it might be worth to plan a combined visit.

More information:

Palau de Pedralbes gardens

More videos:

Barcelona Music Festival “Jardins del Palau Reial de Pedralbes”
Parc de Cervantes (a.k.a. Rose garden)

Video: © EPIPAL

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