Palau Guell, Barcelona
About Palau Guell, Barcelona
Palau Guell, Barcelona - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Carrer Nou de la Rambla, 3-5, 08001 Barcelona, Spain
Ticket Price: 12 EUR
Time Required: 01:30 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 08:00 pm Details
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A glorious specimen of Gaudi’s architectural excellence, this neo-Gothic mansion went under several refurbishments and is open to public.
A private residence built by Gaudi for his faithful patron and industrialist Eusebi Güell, the structure is one of the must-visit in Barcelona.
Main hall, annexes, music room and the grand hall in the shape of a parabolic pyramid will please any architecture enthusiast. The family rooms structured to form a labyrinth and the decor with stained glass, mosaic tiles and lighting arrangements are totally worth observing!
Palau Guell Information
- Guided and audio tours are available.
- Disable access is available.
Palau Guell Ticket Prices
- 65+, students 18+, large families: 9 Euros
- Unemployed, children under 10 years, disability: Free
- Guided tours have separate tickets.
- Ticket office closes one hour prior to closing time.
How To reach Palau Guell by Public Transport
- Metro: Line 3, Liceu Station / Bus: 14, 59, 91, 120
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This is a really nice place to visit!! It’s 12€ to get in but you get a tour around the beautiful house amongst the busy street! What you can’t see from outside is the roof and I’d say visit purely for this! It’s got amazing views around Barcelona and has amazing chimneys decorated beautifully!
IT'S WORTH TO GO INSIDE. Tickets could be cheaper but we at the same time its kid of worldwide and unique attraction. Takes around 45minutes and its fully described via audioguide. The best part of the building is on the roof. Go late, ideally before closing or book online.
A hike and a half to get to, but it is a beautiful view. The park was under construction when I went, so a lot of it was fenced off. Also, it was a little difficult to navigate the park outside the main ticketed area. Google maps isn't fully updated with all of the routes, so don't rely on that if you can't figure out where you are going.
Fantastic place to visit! The building was designed by Gaudí, but it somehow feels so much different from his other work: it's a lot darker, more serious in a way. But that only makes it more interesting! The woodwork all over the building is fantastic, and the organ in the main hall (yes, they had an organ at home!) is played every half hour: I suggest you just sit there and listen for a while.
This is probably the best Art Nouveau building in Barcelona. It has a medieval look and it’s a real hidden gem. A Must!
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