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Visit one of Antoní Gaudí’s masterpieces, the stunning Park Güell in the hills above Barcelona. Discover brightly colored mosaics, sculptures, and whimsical architectural forms, and get a great view of Barcelona from the terraces. The site is busy all year round, and tickets to the monumental area of the park are sold in 30-minute slots, so book tickets in advance to make sure you don’t miss out.
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Park Güell Admission Ticket
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Visit Park Güell, one of Gaudí’s major works in Barcelona. Located in the upper part of the city, it offers spectacular views of Barcelona and a stunning green space to explore that’s surrounded by Modernist works.
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Guided Tours

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Discover a modernist masterpiece by the Catalan architect, Antoni Gaudi on a guided tour of Park Güell. Marvel at notable features and typical Gaudi motifs, such as the salamander statue made with broken mosaics.
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Fast Track: Park Güell Guided Walking Tour
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Gaze in awe at the whimsical mosaics and dragon statues of Gaudi’s Park Guell in Barcelona on a fully guided 1.5-hour walking tour, and learn the story of how it was originally conceived as a market town, and went on to open as a public park.
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Park Güell Official Guided Tour
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Park Güell (Parc Güell in Catalan) is one of the most popular Barcelona tourist attractions. More than ten million travelers visit the park each year. At peak times, 1200 people enter the Monumental zone of the park at once. You can imagine getting in without too much waiting or hustle isn’t exactly easy, especially last minute.
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Let’s visit one of the major works of Gaudí in Barcelona & let us capture unique pictures of you!
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Guided Tour of Sagrada Familia and Park Güell with No Wait Entry
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7-Day Barcelona Attractions Pass Including La Sagrada Familia, Park Güell and Montserrat Day Trip
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IVenture it’s an electronic card that includes several activities to visit the most popular monuments in Barcelona. You can choose between 3 or 5 activities from a list of 36. Moreover the Unlimited Pass gives you the opportunity to access them all. All the tickets also includes 3 complimentary activities: Entry + Welcome Drink at Casino Barcelona, a Vermouth single drink at Matalaranya's Bar (Casa de les Punxes) and a discount of 3€ on the general admission ticket por Casa Milà "La Pedrera".
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Park Guell Guided Tour with No Wait Entrance
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Top Tips

1. If you’re not intending to take a guided tour, then why not try the Parc Güell app? It’s available in 7 languages and includes a map and an audio guide.
Park Güell App & Audio Guide.
2. There are no drinking fountains in the monumental core of the park, so it’s recommended to bring water, suncream, and hats on hot days to avoid heatstroke.
The impressive Park Güell in Barcelona.
3. You aren’t allowed to stop for a picnic in the monumental core of the park, but feel free to have them in the rest of the park once you’ve finished your visit. There’s also a restaurant inside the park.
4. Park Güell can be extremely busy, especially when several tour groups arrive at once, so go early in the day to avoid the crowds. You’ll also avoid the hottest time of the day in summer!
5. Make sure that you wear comfortable shoes and clothes because the park is quite hilly and you’ll be walking quite a bit, especially if you decide to explore the whole park, not just the monumental area.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why is it called Park Güell?

Park Güell is named after Count Eusebi Güell, who was a wealthy industrialist from Barcelona and one of Gaudí’s most significant collaborators. His original idea was that Park Güell should be a housing development where 60 houses would be built, taking advantage of the cleaner air and beautiful views. However, the development was a commercial failure, proving to be too far away from the city (at the time), and by 1906 only two houses had been built and were bought by Eusebi Güell and Gaudí themselves. In 1922 the park was sold to the city by Güell’s family, 5 years after his death in 1918. It’s also named Park Güell (rather than the Spanish word ‘parque’) because Gaudí was inspired by English parks and gardens, which follow the natural path of the existing land and its plants.

Who was Gaudí?

Antoni Gaudí was the best-known architect from the school of Catalan Modernism. His structures are unique and colorful, inspired by nature and religion, and play with new materials and building techniques. He died in 1926 after being hit by a tram and before finishing work on Sagrada Familia, which is due to be completed in 2026, his most famous building. Seven of his projects have been designated UNESCO World Heritage sites, including Park Güell, which was also his home from 1906 to 1925. The building where he lived was originally intended to be a show home for the housing development, and today it houses a museum about his personal life and includes furniture he designed. A visit to the Gaudí House Museum isn’t included in the ticket for Park Güell, but you can buy a separate ticket for €5.50 or €4.50 for pensioners, children aged 11 to 17, and students.

What should I look out for when I visit?

Inside the monumental area of the park, you’ll see the Casa del Guarda, the porter’s lodge, and it’s partner pavilion which was originally used as a waiting room and telephone booth. It’s open to visitors but is often very busy so entry is not guaranteed. You’ll also see the central staircase, split into 3 levels and featuring a running fountain. At the top of the staircase is the Hypostyle Room, which was originally intended to be the location of the market for the housing development. Inspired by classical architecture, the interior is unapologetically modern, with a ceiling covered in small domes decorated with tile-shard mosaics by Josep M. Jujol, one of Gaudí’s collaborators. A lot of the park’s infrastructure is also designed to be beautiful, so you can also enjoy discovering the viaducts, benches, and porticos.

How long will a trip to Parc Güell take?

A guided tour takes about 50 minutes, but you can stay inside the park as long as you want. It will probably take about an hour to see all of the key sites in the monumental area of the park without a guide, and you can take a couple of additional hours to explore the public area of the park as well.

General Information

Opening Hours:

In the low season (from the end of October to the end of March) the park is open from 8.30 am to 7 pm, with the last entry to the monumental area at 5.30 pm. In the midseason (from the end of March to the end of April and from the end of August to the end of October) the park is open from 8 am to 8.30 pm, with final entry at 7.30 pm. In the high season (end of April to end of August) the park is open from 8 am to 9.30 pm, with final entry at 8.30 pm.

Tickets:

Tickets are sold in 30-minute time slots, please be on time for the slot you book as entry is not guaranteed if you are late. From April 1, 2019, ticket prices will be as follows: €10 for adults and €7 for children aged 7 to 12, and visitors aged over 65. Children aged 6 and under and disabled visitors can enter free of charge.

Address:

Park Güell
08024 Barcelona
Spain

WiFi:

Free WiFi is available in the monumental core of Parc Güell.

How to get there:

If you buy your ticket in advance you can use the Bus Güell free of charge. The bus departs every 7 minutes from Alfons X metro station, which is served by line 4 of the Barcelona metro and bus numbers V19 and H6, and it takes 15 minutes to reach the park. Other buses with stops close to the park include H6, D40, 24, V19, and hop-on hop-off bus routes, but from each of these stops, it’s a 10-minute walk uphill to the park. There is coach parking for groups, but the only individual parking spaces are reserved for disabled visitors.

Accessibility:

Visitors with reduced mobility may not be able to follow the generally recommended routes around Park Güell due to its stairs and uneven paths. The park has an alternative itinerary in such cases which avoids the stairs but still allows visitors to see all of the unique features of the park, a map of this itinerary is available to download from the park’s website. Two wheelchairs are available to borrow upon request, and if you have any other special requirements then you are asked to contact the park at parkguell@bsmsa.cat and they will do their best to assist you.
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