Home Food & Travel II Barcelona’s open-air cabinet of curiosities, the Jardí Botànic

Barcelona’s open-air cabinet of curiosities, the Jardí Botànic



High above Barcelona, you enter this spacious paradise through heavy gates. It looks as if nothing could survive on the inhospitable slopes of Montjuïc but a path leads past a pond surrounded by trees. It was peaceful, and the layout – created in 1999 by architect Carlos Ferrater – encourages a slower appreciation of life. I began walking along what looked like a tempting yellow brick road, but was, in fact, a sandy route through what is an expansive nature reserve.

This is the perfect place to escape the heat of the summer sun or inclement autumn weather.

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