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.
Roger de Llúria, 56
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