The Greek Theater Gardens are a set of gardens on the mountain of Montjuïc, projected on the occasion of the Universal Exhibition of 1929 around a Greek amphitheatre. This amphitheatre often is used to perform plays. It was built in an old quarry following the model of the Theatre of Epidaurus by architects Ramon Reventós and Nicolau Maria Rubio in collaboration with the French landscape Jean-Claude Nicolas Forestier,
There are different geometrical spaces delimited by shrubs like boxwood and ivy above the walls. The main feature on the garden is that hosts a lot of rosebushes.