Parque de Isabel la Catolica
The Isabel la Católica Park was planned in 1941 and is the largest green area in the city. Its 151,857 m² is home to different environments. Its lakes are a must-see. Flanked by a wide variety of trees, they’re home to geese, swans and wild birds.
The central space is devoted to the French-style rose garden, where the park’s renowned peacocks live. Other areas of interest are the prairie alongside Avenida de Castilla and the children’s playground.
The park houses a large array of sculptures featuring mythological motifs, historical characters and important figures from the city. The park’s furniture is noted for its stone and cast iron benches from the 1920s. Source: Gijón.info