Known in the past as “The Eucalyptuses”, Parc Taulí is one of Sabadell’s main parks. As well as being a green space, it is also the site of Sabadell Hospital.
The park was opened in 1992 and covers 2.3 hectares. It was designed as a Romanesque-style space for people to walk in or make use of its numerous amenities. The area has a wide variety of plants and trees that are a great attraction for nature lovers. You’ll find Canary palms, date palms, blue cypresses, eucalyptus, magnolias, olive trees, white pine, banana trees, etc.
The park has several interesting spots worth visiting. The grass dune, with its native species, is made up of a bank and a cobbled area that block off the sight and sounds of the Gran Vía avenue to provide a much more pleasant experience for locals and visitors. The old Modernist-style bandstand in the middle of the park is a lovely place for evening dances. Spread around the park are sculptures by Gabriel Sanz, entitled Gong, Trona al Sol and Empantaneguem d’Ultrasò. There’s also the water tower, one of the symbols of Sabadell.
And as well as all this, the park has play areas for people with physical or learning disabilities. There’s one space with moving equipment and another with immobile equipment designed by the organisation CIPO and by council experts.
If you’d like to visit the area and you need a place to park, you’ll find the Saba public car park on Plaza Dr. Robert, right in the centre of Sabadell.