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Parc de les Cascades

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Parc de les Cascades

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Av. del Litoral, 12-14 Ciutat Vella, 08003 Barcelona Spain
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Dimitris L wrote a review Sep 2019
Sydney, Australia21 818 contributions60 895 helpful votes
Parc de les Cascades is a very good idea that has come to fruition. Instead of having two roads next to each other with lots of traffic, the authorities created a "park" between them, and I think, above them too. That is a great idea actually! There are some water features, sculptures and other things, and people have the opportunity to walk through, to sit down, to do whatever they wish. It is not really very big, and in reality it is probably not a park you would want to go to have a picnic or to sit down and relax. But given the circumstances and the available space, the result is quite good. It is not something you have to visit, but if you stumble across it, as we did, then, you are there!
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Date of experience: October 2018
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Sadia S wrote a review May 2019
Madrid, Spain179 contributions57 helpful votes
Overall its a nice place, but they could do more on the park end - given Barcelona is a wonderful city, its got nice architectural work around it -
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Date of experience: April 2019
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johnhp702 wrote a review Mar 2019
Derby, United Kingdom14 890 contributions1 491 helpful votes
Situated between two busy roads, some interesting sculptures but would not think it is a relaxing place to rest.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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Pandamedic wrote a review Jul 2018
Lichfield, United Kingdom5 336 contributions1 231 helpful votes
We walked along here whilst going to and from the metro to the beach. I wouldn't exactly call this a park. It's a central reservation between the two main roads running each side of it. Yes it's got some trees and benches and the odd fountain, but it's not somewhere you would really go to relax in a park
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Date of experience: July 2018
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Zfy Ed wrote a review Jun 2018
Singapore, Singapore6 758 contributions601 helpful votes
This is a lovely place to visit in Barcelona (do forget the Las Ramlas for the time being for shopping), with lots of greenery, sculptures and water fountain in the center of the park. The promenade is nice and not far from here is the Olympic Village and Stadium when Spain hosted the 1992 Olympic games. It is interesting to come by here for a visit especially you happen to be in the area to get a sense of tranquility and serenity, away from the bustling city high traffic activities.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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