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"Montjuic Botanical Gardens"

Modern 1999 open-air botanical gardens. Exhibits from regions with a Mediterranean climate such as Australia, Chile, California, South Africa, Canary Islands.

Address: Carrer Doctor Font I Quer S/N, Barcelona. 08038

Summary of prices for Montjuic Botanical Gardens

Train/Bus Fare Entry Ticket Additional Information
Adult Zone 1 T-casual 5.00 Euros 16-29 years, Over 65, 2.50 Euros
Child Free Under 16 Years
Group/Family Ticket: 10+ People - See Website.
Notes: Combined Montjuic castle ticket available for 7.00 Euros.
Free day: Free 1st sunday of month all day.

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About Montjuic Botanical Gardens

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Montjuic Botanical Gardens offers visitors a different walk in each season of the year as they observe vegetation from the five regions in the world with a Mediterranean-type climate.

The purpose of the Jardin Botanic is to conserve and disseminate collections of Mediterranean climate plants from around the world. Among its main objectives are: the conservation and documentation of the natural heritage of Catalonia; to promote botanical and naturalist culture; and to promote knowledge of and respect for nature.

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Visiting Montjuic Botanical Gardens

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Adult entry costs 5.00 euros with discounts for seniors, students and children. More information can be found on the website.

Montjuic Botanical Garden opening hours

November, December, January: 10:00h to 17:00h.

February, March: 10:00h to 18:00h.

April, May, September, October: 10:00h to 19:00h.

June, July, August: 10:00h to 20:00h.

Closed: January 1, May 1, June 24 and December 25.

Free Admission: The first Sunday of each month all day, Sunday's throughout the year from 15h.

February 12 and 13 (Saint Eulalia); May 18 (International Museum Day), and September 24 (La Merce)

This is a great place to take a book and wander round finding a quiet spot to relax and read, once you have finished exploring all the different types of plants and flowers.

Getting To Montjuic Botanical Gardens

Montjuic Botanical Gardens can be reached by walking 2.5km from Plaza Espana TMB Metro on the green (L3) and red (L2) lines, or from TMB Metro Foc on the light blue (L10) line. Nearer is the Montjuic Funicular station.

Details of how to get to the Botanical gardens can be found on the website or you can follow my walking trail.

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