Discover the extravagant of Barcelona: a large-scale sample of Gaudí’s prodigious creativity. Located in uptown Barcelona, boasts lush gardens, unique buildings and surprising details. From the entrance lizard, to the famous meandering bench, the park’s endless details dazzle the most demanding eyes. Visiting the Park Güell allows you to stroll outdoors under the sun of Barcelona and enjoy a key work of Gaudí. A winning bet!
Whether it’s the walls, roads and walks inspired by the shapes of nature or the spectacular buildings and colorful mosaics, Park Güell stands in the city as the quintessential Gaudinian park.
The entrance is chaired by a lizard whose skin is formed by hundreds of ceramic pieces that make up a mosaic. Next to him, two curious buildings of capricious forms are erected, or a lizard whose skin is formed by hundreds of ceramic pieces that make up a mosaic. And the more you go into it, the more oddities you will see.
The park was originally conceived as a private space for aristocrats. However, the project, which had been funded by Count Eusebi Güell, failed as such, which led to the park being opened to the public in 1926. And this time yes: the success was total.
From the forest of stone columns that lean like trees on a windy afternoon, to the famous winding bench that surrounds the perimeter of the main viewpoint (and not forgetting the house in which Gaudí himself lived during the last 20 years of his life), the park is a gale of color and a festival of fanciful forms that was declared World Heritage of UNESCO.
It’s very simple. You just have to select when you want to visit and at what time, after making the payment you will receive your tickets by email to show them on your phone.
From Monday to Sunday from 8:30 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.
Carrer d’Olot, 12, 08024, Barcelona
Children up to 6 years free of charge, from 7 to 12 pay a reduced rate, then pay the adult rate.
This type of ticket is not refundable.