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Enjoy the best views of Barcelona and the Mediterranean Sea from Antoni Gaudí’s Park Güell, breathing in the fresh air and strolling along the winding paths in this singular, colorful garden. Kids love running around and discovering all the magical nooks and crannies the iconic architect created more than a hundred years ago. Put on your walking shoes and get ready to share this memorable experience with your family and friends!
Step through the iron gates at the main entrance and into the quirky, brilliant and beautiful world designed by Gaudí. Friend and businessman Eusebi Güell originally commissioned the architect to draw up plans for a kind of wealthy suburb, a project that ultimately didn’t catch on. The Güell family offered the land to the City Council in 1922, and it was opened as a municipal park in 1926.
The surprising architectural elements blending in harmoniously with the natural setting quickly turned Park Güell into a popular tourist attraction. The modernist park’s beloved mosaic salamander sculpture greets visitors as they climb the Dragon Stairway leading to what was originally meant to be an open-air market. The eighty-six striated columns holding up the roof of this hypostyle room may remind you of palm trees, the imitation of nature being a classic trait of Gaudí’s work.
The Nature Square, located in the center of the Gaudi Park Monumental Zone, is perhaps one of the only areas in the park where Gaudí broke with his habit of respecting the lie of the land, digging into the hillside for part of it, with the rest of the esplanade resting on the roof of the hypostyle room. A whimsical bench curves around the area, covered with mosaic tiles using the “trencadís” technique that was perfected by Gaudí’s assistant, Josep Maria Jujol. This is a good spot to take a minute and enjoy the sensational view of the city and sea.
Scattered with great photo opportunities, Park Güell is a breath of fresh air after the narrow, medieval streets of downtown Barcelona. Buy your tickets todays and forget about the lines!
General Park Güell admission: 9€
Children (7-12): 6,90€
Children (0-6): 2€
Senior (+65): 6,90€
Disabled companion: 6,90€
Access to Park Güell monumental area.
2€ service fee/ticket
Due to its limited capacity, it is mandatory to choose a time for your visit. We will contact you after your purchase to confirm availability. In case of full booking, we will propose you a different time or full refund. The assigned time must be respected and reservations are held open for half an hour after the reserved time.
Parc Güell, Carrer d'Olot, s/n, 08024 Barcelona
Metro, green line (L3), Vallcarca or Lesseps stations. From there it's a 15-minute walk, and we recommend the entrance on Passatge de Sant Josep de la Muntanya, which has an escalator.
Bus lines H6 and 32: From the bus stop on Travessera de Dalt (lines H6 and 32), through Carrer Sant Josep de la Muntanya, it takes 10 minutes walking.
People with reduced mobility may have difficulty getting around within the Monumental Zone owing to the architectural characteristics of the Park, with flights of steps and uneven paths. If you have any kind of special requirements, you can contact the Visitor Service on e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
The tourist coach car park has 3 places for people with reduced mobility.