Cervantes Park | Julio Arreaza
Good morning! Today, our weekly #MondaySuggestion is to visit Cervantes Park, or “el Parc de Cervantes,” an incredible garden that celebrates the beauty of the rose with a grand collection that features various colors. The height of spring is the best moment to get out and enjoy this beautiful park, to walk through its rose-covered paths, revel in its art and have a picnic at sunset.
Take advantage of spring and go enjoy this park’s beauty!
How to Get There:
- Metro: L3 (Zona Universitaria)
- Bus: Lines 22 and 63
Schedule: 10 a.m. – 9 p.m.
Tell us about your experience by sharing on social media and using the hashtag #MondaySuggestion!
Barcelona is a city that boasts of being seen in many different ways – in as many different forms as there are pairs of eyes that wander and devour its streets. One way to see Barcelona in a unique light is by taking a literary tour of the city. Many books have been based on or inspired by parts of the city and one of the best known, both nationally and internationally, is The Ingenious Hidalgo Don Quijote de la Mancha, written by Miguel de Cervantes y Saavedra, Coincidentally, this year, we celebrate the 400th year anniversary of the author’s death.
Basílica de Santa María del Mar | Juliana Maese