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Parque del Laberinto de Horta
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Barcelona Private Tour to Tibidabo Mountain and Labyrinth Park
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Gay Friendly Private Horta Gardens and Tibidabo Tour
Ranked #54 of 748 things to do in Barcelona
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Reviewed 15 November 2013 via mobile

Not sure why this got such rave reviews. Pretty park but 20-30 min by subway to get too. Labrinth is quite small and rest of park is so so. And like every other public place that might draw tourism, they charge to get in. Spent 20 minutes and left. Way better things to di that are all walkable in the city.

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Reviewed 13 October 2013

I have never seen that much greenery in one place! This is just magical and amazing! I don't know why it isn't as popular but this is lovely. Great atmosphere and spacious, also suitable for a good walk.

2  Thank Sara A
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Reviewed 12 October 2013

A friend recommended us this place for our wedding ceremony - and what a place..
We had the ceremony in the Romantic garden then into the park for photos! The park have so many great romantic and beautiful places, as Barcelona's oldest park.

As the park is a bit of the beaten tourist track, not a lot of people come to d'Horta. We took a taxi from downtown, but a lot cheaper way is to take the metro and walk up to the park.

The entrance is free on Sundays, the rest of the week the fee is 2 Euro.

If you want a quite, beautiful, romantic and secluded place when in Barcelona - or even for a wedding ceremony - this is the place!

1  Thank Butterflies22
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Reviewed 5 October 2013

Off the tourist trail but really worth the small effort to go. The Metro stops nearby - take the green line L3 to Mundet and once you've figured out the direction to the Velodrome (behind which is the park) you've got it. We were actually quite tired by the time we arrived, due to the heat and the tourist trail but we found lovely shaded and relatively cool gardens though I strongly advise insect repellent be close at hand. This is the oldest park in Barcelona and is free on Sundays and Wednesdays with only a small entry fee on other days. We entered the Labyrinth - which is actually a maze - not quite in the right spirit to enjoy it and were about to give it up when its clever design caught our attention and interest and we were hooked and instantly revived, trying to figure it out like numerous other people of all ages. It was so enjoyable and we're really glad we persevered. It made us feel good like any garden should but this had a real edge. We continued to take in the view from the terrace and explore the older and newer gardens each with its distinctive style. So a place for fun, a place for peace and shade and even romance with some beautiful gardens. Worth checking out.

1  Thank 66ric
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Reviewed 17 September 2013

We arrived right as the gardens opened which was perfect because they were deserted. This was possibly my favorite thing I did in Barcelona because it was the only place that wasn't completely swarming with tourists... and it was cheap too! We did see an increase in the number of people about as we were leaving so I am glad we went early... but even then it was far from crowded.

The gardens were lovely and it was nice to get a break from the heat in the shade. The only disappointment was the labyrinth itself... the vegetation was too thin so you could see right through the "walls" in many places which really took away from the effect.

1  Thank Jennifer T
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