Photography by Eric Schwortz / Glasshouse

For decades, the Parc de la Cuitadella was Barcelona’s only public green space. Today, the 70-acre park remains a popular destination for tourists and locals alike.

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  1. DBCoop says:

    Few words need be added to such an exquisite homage to man-made beauty. The Josep Fontsere designed arc de triumph, waterfall and Cascada (fountain) was originally built for an 1888 exhibition.

  2. cargo13 says:

    I just booked a Barcelona on a cruise: http://shop.cruisedeals.com/cs/forms/CruiseDetail

    We are planning to stay longer in Barcelona to tour around!

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