As you may have guessed from the name, the Parc del Laberint features a labyrinth, or, as we more commonly call them in English, a maze. This historical garden dates back to the late 1700s, when the owner of the lot decided to create a garden. It was expanded multiple times over the years, and by the end of the 19th century it was a hotspot for cultural events. Today, the park is a museum and garden spread out over 55 hectares. The hedge maze is a highlight, but don't miss the palace and the beautiful pavilions as well. If you're looking to impress somebody special, the garden waterfalls are a popular spot for couples to sit and gaze into each other's eyes. There is a small entrance fee to go into the Parc del Laberint (a little over €2), but you can get in for free on Wednesdays and Sundays.
A great surprise on the outskirts of the city... you'll meet very few people so a good one if you're looking for something fun off the beaten track!
reviewed by Duncan from United Kingdom on Jan.14.2015