Cherry blossoms in El Capricho Park. Madrid

Every park is different. Some are wild and natural, with wide open spaces for playing sports; others are tourist attractions in themselves, with romantic paths, children’s playgrounds, world-class zoos, or even amusement parks tucked away inside.

  • Madrid

    Crystal Palace in the Buen Retiro Park, Madrid

    Retiro Park is where Madrid goes for fresh air. There’s plenty to do here: row a boat around the lake, see an exhibition at the Reina Sofía Museum, or relax on a lawn by a pretty little palace. Madrid is full of parks - some of the best are the Sabatini and the Moro, with views of the Royal Palace; the modern Madrid Río; rococo landscaping in El Capricho; and the spacious Casa de Campo park, with the Zoo and Amusement Park.

  • Barcelona

    Güell Park. Barcelona

    Park Güell, created by Gaudí, is all magic and colour, with mosaics, dragons, and organic shapes. We also recommend Montjuïc Park, home to museums like the National Art Museum of Catalonia and the Miró Foundation. Linger until dark to see the lights and colours of the magic fountain. Ciudadela Park is centrally located, next to the Arc de Triomf, for a city breather. But if you want to see a really unusual park, explore the maze at Horta.

  • Valencia

    Turia Gardens. Valencia

    An enormous park with over 9 kilometres of walkable green space runs through the city. This is the Turia Gardens, on the course of the rerouted River Turia. At one end is the Bioparc zoo, and at the other, the City of Arts and Sciences. And if you are visiting with children, be sure to find the Gulliver park in the middle, where they can clamber on a giant figure like Lilliputians. Near the central area of the Turia Gardens, we also recommend the Real and Monforte gardens.

  • Seville

    Pavilion in María Luisa Park, Seville

    Riding through María Luisa Park in a horse-drawn carriage (they are known locally as calesas) is a unique and thoroughly Andalusian experience, and a great way to see the gardens, Plaza de España, and other sights, like the Giralda, the Cathedral, and the Alcázar. In fact, as well as extraordinary Mudéjar architecture, the Alcázar also boasts spectacular gardens (and if they seem strangely familiar, they have been the location for quite a few film and TV productions, including Game of Thrones).

  • Malaga

    Centre Pompidou Malaga by night

    For a romantic walk with a little sightseeing thrown in, we recommend the Alameda Park, also known as Parque de Malaga (near the Centre Pompidou). Or relax surrounded by orange trees and tranquil little fountains in the Puerta Oscura Gardens. And visit La Concepción Botanical-Historical Gardens, on the outskirts of the city, to discover sub-tropical plants and feel like you are wandering through a jungle.

  • Bilbao

    Doña Casilda Park. Bilbao

    The city’s green spaces are concentrated along the banks of the river, close to the Guggenheim and the Fine Arts Museum. For example, the Guggenheim is next to Campo de los Ingleses park. The area closest to the river is La Ribera Park, with sculptures and a walk through Bilbao’s history as a port and industrial centre. And Doña Casilda is the city’s main park, next to the Fine Arts Museum.

  • Palma

    Gardens of Son Marroig Deià

    In the city centre and near the main sights, the tree-lined walks of S’Hort del Rei and Parc de la Mar are cool and welcoming. There are also delightful small gardens in mansions and palaces that are open to the public. For example, the Jardí del Bisbe (Bishop’s Garden). And elsewhere in the island are parks that are well worth a visit, such as Son Marroig (a large, lush garden looking out over the Mediterranean, in Deia) and the Alfabia Gardens (Arabic in origin, in Bunyola)

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