Dades bàsiques



Punt de partida:

Zaragoza Square

Punt de finalització:

Blasco Ibañez Avenue (Júcar hydrographic confederation)

The presence of Monumental and Singular Trees in the city of Valencia reflects the spirit of people, many anonymous, who opted to preserve and protect one of the longest living beings on the planet, and whose ability to grow throughout their lives allows us today to surprise ourselves with their dimensions or by characteristics that have nothing to do with the measurements but with their rarities, their peculiar shape, the historical facts associated with them or because they are unique species.

All of them silently contribute to the fight against climate change. They are our allies and will play an important role inside cities.

All of them make our lives more pleasant. They are the living witnesses of our history, the travelers of time and space, they are the heirs of the model of sustainable city that we build now.

The Alameda was born with the vocation of being a walk for citizens. Therefore, “A walk through the poplar” takes us to this emblematic place whose name has its origin in the presence of some trees, poplars, of which we can still find some specimens and will allow us to discover a large number of species, unique and monumental in a part of the city full of history.

This garden connects Paseo de la Alameda with Blasco Ibañez Avenue. In it we will find a large specimen of Australian fig tree.

At this point of the route we can find Australian Figueres, Canary Island Palm or Red Eucalyptus before advancing towards the Font de les Quatre Estacions.