Park Guell, Barcelona
About Park Guell, Barcelona
Park Guell, Barcelona - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Carrer d'Olot, 5, 08024 Barcelona, Spain
Ticket Price: 8 EUR
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 09:00 pm Details
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Park, Walking Area, Monument, Family And Kids, Architecture
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Parc Guell is yet another of the many masterpieces of Antonio Gaudi. This place is decorated with beautiful mosaic patterns and stone architecture. It is a sort of a garden and meeting place although initially it was built to be a housing project. Today it is a major tourist attraction in Barcelona.
Antonio Gaudi’s eclectic style shines through all the tiny monuments. The piece de resistance is the colourful mosaic salamander that has been recently restored. The mosaic tiling is a really pretty sight and the tower on the left of the entrance is an eccentric and beautiful piece of architecture. Gaudi has managed to paint all of Barcelona in his colours and this beautiful place is evidence of his genius.
One of the most colorful and vibrant structures you will ever come across, Park Guell embodies a childlike phenomenon that attracts hordes of travellers every year. A little amount of Park Guell Ticket Prices are charged for entrance. The Tickets for Park Guell differs for adults, children and seniors. Children under 6 need no Park Guell Cost to enter the premises. Get the Park Guell Tickets from counter itself, though it will be far more convenient to Book Tickets for Park Guell as you can get them for much cheaper rates.
Park Guell Information
- It may be difficult for visitors with reduced mobility to move around here as there are steps and uneven paths.
- Be sure to also Visit the Gaudi Museum which isn’t far from this site. Extra Admission fees will be required for this though.
- No parking facilityis available.
Park Guell Ticket Prices
- For Adult: 8 Euros
- Under 6 years: free
- 7-12, 65+ years, disabled+helpers: 5.60 Euros
- Online ticket booking available at cheaper rates.
Park Guell Opening and Closing Hours
- May to August, last entry: 9 pm
- April, September and October, last entry: 7.30 pm
- January, February, March, November and December, last entry: 5.30 pm
How To reach Park Guell by Public Transport
- Bus: 24 - 31 -32 - H6 – 92, Bus del barri 112, Touristic bus blue line.
- Metro: green line (L3), Vallcarca or Lesseps stations
Restaurants Near Park Guell
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Park Guell, Barcelona Reviews - Write a Review
We walked a long way to get here to find that we had to book to get in so if your keen to see the paid area make sure you book in advance!! In the end we just walked around the free area which was still really nice to see! We walked all the way to the top where there’s a man made stone hill which gives amazing views over Barcelona! I still really recommend going in though as it is a beautiful display of Gaudi’s work.
Nice park with a great view of the city (especially if you brave the health&safety nightmare of the mount). In the unpaid area here's no great variety throughout the park (and lots of hawkers, not pushy though). You can see the mosaic benches and columns of paid area from behind it, we didn't feel the need to go in (or the hassle of tickets/queues). Probably one of the best free things to do in Barcelona. You'll need to be able to walk up hills though, despite there being a few escalators in the street up from the Metro level. If you were wondering where the souvenir shops were in town you'll certainly find them around here. [Note: At the time of writing, half the mosaic stone bench area is being renovated]
Highly recommend. Beautiful gardens, masonry work and sculptures. Breathtaking views. Lots refurbishment works going on at the moment, be warned, but it didn't detract too much from what is an amazing must visit Barcelona location
Great park. I would really like to see it when not under construction, but understand it is necessary to preserve the park for the future. The walkways and park outside of the monumental core are lovely and far more peaceful as they are not as crowded.
The park is nice, but the ticketing system could be improved. We didn't buy our tickets in advance, but showed up first thing in the morning hoping to beat the crowds. (Also because there isn't much for shade coverage.) Well they said we couldn't get in until 6 hours later. They allow 400 people per half hour into the park and there definitely wasn't that many people there. Instead we walked around the free portion and still saw some nice things.
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