Park GuellCurrently Closed
- Address: Carrer d'Olot, 5, 08024 Barcelona, Spain, 08024
- Timings: 10:00 am - 09:00 pm Details
- Phone: +34-902200302
- Ticket Price: 8 EUR
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Park, Walking Area, Monument, Architecture , Landmarks
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.
- 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.
- For Adult: 8 Euros
- Under 6 years: free
- 7-12, 65+ years, disabled+helpers: 5.60 Euros
- Online ticket booking available at cheaper rates.
- 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
- Bus: 24 - 31 -32 - H6 – 92, Bus del barri 112, Touristic bus blue line.
- Metro: green line (L3), Vallcarca or Lesseps stations
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95% of people who visit Barcelona include Park Guell in their plan
09 AM - 10 AM
39.51% of people start their Park Guell visit around 09 AM - 10 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Park Guell
90.99% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Park Guell
One of the popular tourist attractions in Barcelona. There are great views of Barcelona from the park. The inner monumental core of the park is amazing and beautiful, but it is very busy and not a great place for a walk. You also have to pay a fee to enter. If you do enter, it is a good idea to book online and get an entry time. The popular overlook was partly closed for construction, which made it very busy. The rest of the park is also nice, so it is worth strolling around. The best way to get to the park is to take a taxi or the metro.
The park has some very pretty walking trails. Most of it is free to access, but one of the popular overlooks does have a charge. I wish that I had gone out of my way to take a morning walk to see the sunrise over the city.
Even in January it was slammed with tourists. Got there 40 minutes before closing. The surrounding gardens above the park are amazing and the view of Barcelona from the top is second to none. Sadly, only 2 of 6 women's toilets worked. For the admission prices, the facilities should be kept in full working order.
The park is stunning, but since I last visited they now charge a cover and parts of the park is restricted or you actually exit it. It seems a little bit like a money grab and I can only speak for myself, but I miss being able to explore it freely. You still get all the tourists so you will automatically end in many photos. The architecture is just amazing so you put up with the more trivial stuff.
Beautiful and artistic place. But there is a good chance your experience would suck as herds of people pose for selfies around everything. Do not expect a pleasant and relaxing walk.