Visit one of the oldest preserved gardens in Barcelona and enjoy an afternoon in its natural green labyrinth. The garden was built by an Italian architect Domenico Bagutti in 1792 who was hired by a marquis Joan Antoni Desvalls i d'Ardena, the owner of the land. His descendants expanded the park and added a romantic garden.
The Desvalls family gave the park to the city of Barcelona in 1967 and it was opened as a public park in 1971. The neoclassical garden consists of three Italian-inspired terraces and the park takes its name from the lower terrace featuring the hedge maze. The former palace of the Desvalls family with an ancient medieval watchtower is also part of the complex.
Please note that access is limited to 750 visitors, so avoid exceeding your stay to guarantee access to everyone on days with free admission.
Children (under 14): €1.42
Free on Sun, Wed; free for children under 5, seniors.
Phone +34 934 28 39 34
Address Calle Germans Desvalls, 08035 Barcelona, Spain
Coordinates 41°26'24.054" N 2°8'44.206" E