The Cosmopolitan capital of Catalonia
is a built-up city. Despite its relatively small size and natural borders, such as the Collserola mountain range, the Mediterranean Sea and the Llobregat and Besòs rivers, it also has many green areas for those people wishing to breathe a bit of fresh air in natural surroundings and escape the bustle of the city.
In recent years Barcelona has focused on promoting sustainability and environmentally-friendly policies thanks to the collaboration of its citizens and visitors.
Barcelona has a large number of parks located in different districts
of the city. These parks can be visited throughout the year and some of them are historical, others theme-related, with most of them being urban parks.
When visiting Barcelona be sure to go off the beaten track and take some time to stroll through these parks for a truly different and relaxing experience.