The landscaping, architecture and artistic fountains were precisely traced out in this green oasis. There is a myriad of walkways, boulevards, a central fountain, a promenade, a grotto, a lake, a botanical garden, a conservatory, etc., although it is impossible to fit in everything you would like to see.
Here the influence of Forestier’s gardens is evident, and it is said that Forestier came to the city to check on the progress of the park. His influence can also be seen in Barcelona’s Parque de la Ciudadela and in the Parque de María Luisa in Seville.
Among the most exciting aspects of Doña Casilda Park is La Pergola, a grand, oval-shaped plaza where performances are held, and which has a charming fountain in the center. In this beautiful space Regionalist style and Baroque style are combined.