Year In Search 2023: Top 10 Parks People Googled The Most This Year Globally 

These are the top 10 most googled parks in the world this year!

by Vaishalee Kalvankar
Year In Search 2023: Top 10 Parks People Googled The Most This Year Globally 

2023 is coming to an end, and Google has released its Year In Search 2023 list, which includes the top 10 things, places, and people netizens googled the most this year under various categories. Talking about the top 10, I am sure you all must have visited some or another park in your city or in another country. But which are the parks that people searched for the most on Google Maps? Check out the list!

Year In Search 2023: Top 10 Parks People Googled The Most

1. Park Güell, Barcelona, Spain

A vast utopia of vibrant mosaics and architecture with a nod to nature is Park Güell. It is well-known for being one of the most outstanding designs by architect Antoni Gaudí. There are several humorous sculptures in the park, as well as beautiful examples of Catalan modernism. It’s worth a visit because of the striking Barcelona skyline and the sea in the background. 

2. Central Park, New York, New York

Calvert Vaux and Frederick Law Olmsted created Central Park, which is recognised as a masterwork of landscape design and had an impact on the growth of urban parks across the country. Central Park was designated as a Scenic Landscape of the City of New York in 1974 and as a National Historic Landmark in 1963.

3. Hyde Park, London, United Kingdom

The Serpentine lies at its centre, offering expansive walks around the lake, cafes by the riverside, and plenty of wildlife to see. The oldest swimming club in Britain is located at the Lido; keep an eye out for the heron under the bridge as well as resilient swimmers.

4. El Retiro Park, Madrid, Spain

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El Retiro Park in Madrid is well-known for its Crystal Palace, an amazing glass pavilion and conservatory that houses art galleries. Retiro Pond, near the park’s north entrance, is a monument and colonnade honouring King Alfonso XII.

5. Villa Borghese, Rome, Italy

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Rome’s Villa Borghese is a landscape garden with a variety of structures, museums, and attractions. It’s Rome’s third-biggest public park. The architect Flaminio Ponzio created the gardens for the Villa Borghese Pinciana. 

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6. Nara Park, Nara, Japan

This vast park is located in the heart of Nara. Many of the primary attractions of Nara, like Todaiji, Kasuga Taisha, Kofukuji, and the Nara National Museum, are housed there. It was founded in 1880. Hundreds of deer walk freely across it as well.

7. Cubbon Park, Bengaluru, India

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A well-liked destination in Bengaluru, often known as the “garden city,” this park is well-known for its red-coloured British-era library, statues, museums, aquarium, tennis academy, toy train, and other pavilions.

8. Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre, Morrison, Colorado

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As a component of the Denver Mountain Parks system, Red Rocks Park is a mountain park in Jefferson County, Colorado, that is owned and run by the city of Denver. The park is well-known for its enormous outcrops of red sandstone. 

9. Parque Ibirapuera, São Paulo, Brazil

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Parque Ibirapuera, a lush 2 sq km park in Vila Mariana, is São Paulo’s largest green area and a beloved urban haven for Paulistanos. Not only is it a great place for fitness, play, and picnics, but it’s also a bustling cultural centre with a number of important museums and structures of architectural significance. 

10. Bryant Park, New York, New York

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One of the busiest public areas in the world is Bryant Park. Every year, the park welcomes over 12 million visitors who take advantage of its beautiful gardens with seasonal exhibits, free daily amenities, cultural events, fitness programmes, and much more!

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Which of these parks have you been to?

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