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Some of the reviews here for Parc de Collserolahad had my expectations set pretty, but it wound up being outstanding, so I thought I would report back after a wonderful hike in the park! I took the metro from my hotel in Gràcia to Baixador...More
We took the train from the city center to the park entrance and had a nice two hour walk to the top of Tibidabo. The trails were clearly marked, although at times we had to use Google Maps to help navigate our way. All together...More
In an effort to do something a little off the beaten path, my husband and I wanted to explore the Park de Collserola after our visit to Tibidabo.
Following a suggestion in a tour book we embarked along dirt path to the font de budallera...More
For most people visiting Barcelona, a quick trip to the top of Tibidabo is a must. Possibly even a brief ramble down the other side to see the stunning 'La Font De La Budellera'.
Most, however, will be discouraged from properly exploring Collserola due to...More
Take the train to Baixador de Vallvidrera (still in zone 1) and from the station enter the park. Trails run for miles around the hills and can be steep but the setting is superb and peaceful away from the majority of tourists.
Birdwatching can also...More
Collserola is the mountain you see topping the city of Barcelona when you turn your back to the sea. It's the true green lung of the city, and it has a great natural value.
And it is a great place to visit, still unknown for...More