Time Out says
The gardens of the Torre de les Aigües are no longer the ‘Beach of the Eixample’, but they are still a good place to rest in the shade away from the noise of the city. They’re also a testimony to the history of the city: built in 1870 by architect Josep Oriol Mestres and engineer Antoni Darder, the water tower served to distribute drinking water to the first buildings in the Eixample expansion.
|Address:||Roger de Llúria, 56|
|Transport:||Girona (M: L4)|
|Opening hours:||Apr 1 – Oct 31 10am-9pm; Nov 1 – Mar 31 10am-7pm|