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Enjoy art and nature at Park Güell, an oasis of color and design in the city.

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Park Güell is a public park in the city of Barcelona, Spain, designed by the famous architect Antoni Gaudí. Located on the Carmel Hill, the park is known for its architectural and landscape design, as well as its colorful mosaics and statues. It is a popular tourist attraction and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Visitors to the park can explore it’s gardens, terraces, and buildings, and enjoy stunning views of the city.

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Park Güell Tickets

Explore Park Güell, one of Gaudi’s most notable creations in Barcelona. Discover this magnificent green park that is surrounded by a modernist architecture while taking in breathtaking views of Barcelona.

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Park Güell Guided Tour

Discover Park Güell on a guided tour with an official guide. Explore the park and get to know all the details of its works of art. Once the tour is over, stay as long as you want walking around at your own pace.
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Sagrada Familia Tickets

Enter Barcelona’s most popular attractions. The in-progress masterpiece of Antoni Gaudí and the hottest UNSECO site. Make the most of your visit by enjoying unlimited time.

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Hop On Hop Off Barcelona

Discover the wonders of Barcelona at your own pace, as you hop on and off the Barcelona tourist bus, providing a convenient and flexible way to explore the city’s attractions and get fascinated.

Before visiting Park Güell

Before visiting Park Güell, it is recommended to check information on hours of operation, ticket prices, and any temporary closures or restrictions. It is also advisable to plan your visit in advance and arrive early to avoid crowds and long lines. It is recommended to wear comfortable clothing and shoes, and to bring water and sun protection.

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Three entrances are led by Park Güell.

  1. Carrer de Larrard: It’s the main entrance. The most beautiful. 
  2. Carretera del Carmel: This entrance is at the west side of the park…
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Opening hours

Gaudi’s modernist masterpiece, Park Güell, is accessible to the public every day of the year and draws visitors with its spectacular views. However, its opening hours vary based on the peak and off-peak seasons…

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Park Güell is located on Carmel Hill in the districts of Gracia and Horta-Guinardó.

To get there, visitors can use the metro line 3 and stop at Lesseps Station…

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Park Güell doesn’t have its own parking lot for cars but you can choose from nearby available parking places. Parking Esperança I Güell: Available at the entrance of Park Güell…

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Being the most wanted attraction in Barcelona, Park Güell attracts people from all over the world. Hence to keep everything smooth and tranquil here are some rules you should follow…

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The legendary Antoni Gaudi worked on the arrangement of the garden, which includes its strange lanes, unusual buildings, water features, exquisite mosaics, creative sculptures…

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Designed by the famous architect Antoni Gaudí. Built between 1900 and 1914, the park features a unique blend of natural and artistic elements, including gardens, terraces, and buildings decorated with colorful mosaics and sculptures. Gaudí’s work at Park Güell showcases his signature style of organic forms and intricate details, and the park is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a popular tourist attraction.

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The Park Güell stands as the pinnacle of Antoni Gaudi’s “naturalistic” style, which is known across the world. It is without a doubt one of the best things Gaudi has given to the world…


Eusebi Güell commissioned Antoni Gaudí for the creation of the extraordinarily colorful city park of Barcelona. Gaudí in turn with his fellow architects Josep Maria Jujol, Joan Rubió…


Park Güell is the most unique park in Barcelona, Spain. Park Güell was originally a private housing project which was the idea of Eusebi Güell who appointed Antoni Gaudi to run this project…

FAQs about visiting Park Güell

Park Güell is a public park located in Barcelona, Spain, designed by the renowned architect Antoni Gaudí. It is known for its unique architecture, colorful mosaics, and stunning views of the city.
Park Güell is located in the Gràcia district of Barcelona. You can reach it by metro, bus, or taxi. The closest metro station is Lesseps (L3), followed by a 15-20 minute walk uphill to the park’s entrance.
While some areas of Park Güell are free to access, there is a fee to enter the Monumental Zone, which includes the main entrance, the famous mosaic dragon fountain, and other iconic features designed by Gaudí.
It’s highly recommended to book tickets in advance, especially during peak tourist seasons. This ensures you have guaranteed entry to the Monumental Zone and can skip the long queues at the ticket office.
Park Güell is open daily from 8:30 AM to 8:00 PM during the peak season (April to September) and from 8:30 AM to 6:30 PM during the off-peak season (October to March).
Yes, you can bring food and drinks into Park Güell, but picnicking is only allowed in designated areas. Be sure to clean up after yourself and respect the park’s rules and regulations.
Yes, guided tours are available for visitors who want to learn more about the history, architecture, and significance of Park Güell. These tours are led by knowledgeable guides and offer insights into Gaudí’s masterpiece.
While some areas of Park Güell are accessible to wheelchair users, the park’s hilly terrain and uneven pathways may pose challenges for those with mobility issues. It’s advisable to check accessibility information in advance.
Barcelona has a Mediterranean climate, so it’s best to dress comfortably and wear sunscreen, especially during the summer months. Comfortable walking shoes are recommended as the park involves walking uphill and on uneven surfaces.
Yes, there are restrooms available within Park Güell for visitors to use. These facilities are located near the main entrance and are accessible to all visitors during park hours.

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