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Parc de Collserola

Carretera de l'Església, 92
Sarrià - Sant Gervasi
08017
Barcelona

http://www.barcelona.cat/ca/que-pots-fer-a-bcn/parcs-i-jardins/parc-metropolita-collserola_92086038562.html


Latitude: 2.0995101999999
Longitude: 41.4191906



  • Park or public garden
  • Park or forest or garden asilvestrado
  • Area of ​​natural interest
  • Trail, track or nature trail
  • Panoramic view


Collserola is the largest forest area of ​​Barcelona, ​​the main lung of the city and center of entertainment and sport. It belongs to the Catalan coastal mountain range, and has its highest point on Mount Tibidabo (512 m). It extends all along the western fringe of the city, making it one of the natural borders of this, along with the sea and the rivers Besos and Llobregat. Since 2010 has been declared a National Park. The area is mostly wooded, predominantly pines, oaks and maquis areas and Garrics. Among the animal species that inhabit the area include wild boar, as well as 130 species of birds, mammals, fish and reptiles. Its area is rich in natural sources (200), which for centuries have stocked water to the city. In their place are located some buildings, such as the amusement park Tibidabo Expiatory Church of the Sacred Heart, the Collserola Tower, the Observatory Fabra, Hotel Florida, Radio Barcelona Pavilion, the Water Tower Two Rivers and some chapels and houses, as well as Can Borni nursery, designed by Nicolau Maria Rubio Tudurí. In the park there are nature trails, guided tours and workshops and observation of nature.

Parc de Collserola

Carretera de l'Església, 92
Sarrià - Sant Gervasi / Vallvidrera, el Tibidabo i les Planes
08017 - Barcelona
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 http://www.barcelona.cat/ca/que-pots-fer-a-bcn/parcs-i-jardins/parc-metropolita-collserola_92086038562.html
Collserola is the largest forest area of ​​Barcelona, ​​the main lung of the city and center of entertainment and sport. It belongs to the Catalan coastal mountain range, and has its highest point on Mount Tibidabo (512 m). It extends all along the western fringe of the city, making it one of the natural borders of this, along with the sea and the rivers Besos and Llobregat. Since 2010 has been declared a National Park. The area is mostly wooded, predominantly pines, oaks and maquis areas and Garrics. Among the animal species that inhabit the area include wild boar, as well as 130 species of birds, mammals, fish and reptiles. Its area is rich in natural sources (200), which for centuries have stocked water to the city. In their place are located some buildings, such as the amusement park Tibidabo Expiatory Church of the Sacred Heart, the Collserola Tower, the Observatory Fabra, Hotel Florida, Radio Barcelona Pavilion, the Water Tower Two Rivers and some chapels and houses, as well as Can Borni nursery, designed by Nicolau Maria Rubio Tudurí. In the park there are nature trails, guided tours and workshops and observation of nature.
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