In spite of the uniform aspect offered by the symmetrical structure of the Eixample, the city of Barcelona enjoys several hills in its interior, not only the well-known mountains of Montjuic and Collserola, where we can get caught up with bird's eye views of the city center and its coast.
One of those hills is the Turó del Putxet. A short distance from other hills such as those that make up the Turó de la Rovira, the Parc Güell or the Turó de la Peira, the Putxet rises 178 meters high and extends between the neighborhoods of Vallcarca and Sant Gervasi.
5.2 hectares of green They focus on this park. The inclination of the ground is overcome through stairs and ramps suitable for the disabled. Throughout the park the slope creates several heights where there are terraces without slopes with benches, picnic tables, areas for playing bocce and ping pong and recreational spaces for children.
View of the Mapfre towers from the Putxet