The Laberinto de Horta (Horta Labyrinth) is a classical park, the oldest in Barcelona and also one of the less known.
The entrance fee is 2€, but it is free of charge on Wednesdays and Sundays. At the entrance you can see the house where the owners, the marquis of Llupià i Alfarrà and his family used to live in the 18th century, when it was still a farm and you would get there by carriage, two hours away from Barcelona. Now it is next to the Vall d'Hebron hospital, completely inside the city, next to the cycle track built for the Olympic games.
There is a small garden, which used to be the most delicate garden, with roses and all types of exotic trees coming from Asia or America and would wow the guests, and then there's the park, with its famous labyrinth.