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A close up of one of the species that can be found in the Barcelona Botanical Garden / Foto: Jorge Franganillo CC BY 2.0 via la Wikimedia Commons
Barcelona has green areas, such as parks and gardens, to enjoy nature in the heart of the city, and large natural spaces to walk around and breathe. In the municipality of Barcelona, which includes the Serra de Collserola, there are over 1.4 million trees. The most common are holm oaks, white pines, London planes and stone pines. This information comes from the Centre for Ecological Research and Forestry Applications and the Urban Forest Effects Model.
Montjuïc Cable Car and Barcelona sky
Spring is already here, and in addition to enjoying the flowering of the city's flowers and trees, we also have a few days off for Easter, a perfect time to rediscover Barcelona. We suggest you see the city from a bird's eye view with the Montjuïc Cable Car, which is offering discounted tickets to celebrate the explosion of colours of this season.
El Barcelona Bus Turístic circulant per Barcelona
The Barcelona Bus Turístic is temporarily not operating. Soon we will be running the official hop-on hop-off tour service to enjoy the city's most emblematic places and buildings. Meanwhile we explain you why it is an experience you will not be able to miss when we will see you again!
La plaça Sant Jaume plena a vessar durant una jornada de castells
In addition to its rich heritage, Barcelona and Catalonia in general, have important cultural traditions that we invite you to discover. Centuries of history have shaped festivals, traditions and popular celebrations that are still deeply rooted in the territory and its people today. We want to share this with all those who visit us! Currently, the health crisis caused by the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus prevents us from celebrating our festivities in normal circumstances; however, we hope that very soon we will be able to celebrate again as we have always done.