Parc de l'Espanya Industrial
There’s an industrial, futuristic aesthetic to this unusual park that gives it a special look. Created in 1985 next to Vapor Nou, a former textile factory, it’s filled with strange modern installations, an artificial lake, fountains, sports equipment, and other structures that make it a photographer’s playground. Be sure to take pictures of the giant steel dragon sculpture that doubles as a slide. It’s the perfect spot for open-air shots that have a retro-futuristic style. The slide is the work of the artist Andrés Nagel and weighs 150 tons—not bad!
huge park with table tennis, boccia / petanque, kids playground with slides etc.
A nice park to chill out a bit, watch local people doing picnic. Has a Pond with Sculptures
A nice park to chill out a bit, watch local people doing picnic. Has a Pond with Sculptures.
This green area in Sants is one of my favourite place when I want to take a relaxing break to read or to listen music. On Sunday maybe it could be crowded because the local people join the great sunset that you can see from here
“FGC Station S4, S8, S33, R5, R6 You can arrive to Montserrat mountain on the R5”
“Old Hospital designed by Lluís Domènech i Montaner, very nice from outside and Inside.”
“This new coffee shop in Sants is already one of my favourite place in Barcelona. All their products are homemade and I love their cakes ( the carot cake is super) and their coffes”
“This is the most vibrant street in Barcelona (after the Rambla) with a shop every meter. It's said this is the longest shopping street in Europe with more than 2.1 km... You will not buy everything!”
“Classic and familiar Basque restaurant, implanted in Barcelona since 2002 where highlights the family atmosphere, a cozy space decorated in typical Basque traditional cuisine.”