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Best Things to do in Park Güell

Park Güell

Have you ever imagined living in a beautiful dreamy theme park Park Güell? You can get a taste of what that would be like if you visit Park Güell in Barcelona.

Ticket Here will introduce the best things to do when you visit Park Güell in Barcelona, Spain.

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Park Güell Barcelona

Park Güell is one of the first things that comes to mind when we think about Gaudi’s work. Park Güell was built on Carmel Hill in Barcelona from 1900 to 1914 at the request of Eusebi Güell, Gaud’s patron, and it was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1984. The park is filled with Gaudi’s brilliant imagination based on his naturalist outlook, as well as Gaudi’s and his patron, Count Güell’s political and religious beliefs. Taking a walking trip to uncover these outstanding and creatively made artwork may provide you with a whole new level of inspiration.

Park Güell Barcelona

Gaudi’s colourful mosaic salamander made from broken ceramic pieces, known as the Trencadis technique, can be found near the main entrance.

Park Güell Barcelona

A long sea serpent bench constructed using Trencadis method may also be found on the main terrace. It is beautifully ornamented with colourful ceramics and ergonomically effective, with a social gathering ambiance provided by its round form. The holes in the centre of the bench were designed to allow rainwater to flow down and be reused.

Our picks

Park Güell
with Gaudí

Informative things

Park Güell is an iconic place in Barcelona, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that attracts a great number of tourists every day. The regulation of admission enables the protection and care of the monumental legacy, as well as a safe visit for both neighbours and visitors. The Park is open all year round.

Park Güell opening and closing times

First and last time bands with tickets available for sale:

From 9:30 am to 5:30 pm.

The following times are reserved exclusively for neighbors and Gaudir Més members, and tourist visits are not allowed:

  • “BON DIA BARCELONA”: From 7 to 9 am.
  • “BON VESPRE BARCELONA”: From 6 pm to 10 pm.

How to get there

Metro, green line (L3), Lesseps or Vallcarca stations

Recommended itineraries by foot:

It is a 20-minute walk from the Lesseps stop on line 3, and we suggest the entrance on Avinguda del Santuari de Sant Josep de la Muntanya, which has an escalator.

It is a 20-minute walk from the Vallcarca stop on line 3, and we recommend using the escalator on Baixada de la Glria and then going to the entrance on Avinguda del Santuari de Sant Josep de la Muntanya.

Bus, H6, D40 lines

Itinerary from lines H6 and D40

It is a 10-minute walk from the Travessera de Dalt bus stop (H6 and D40). We recommend entry via both Avinguda del Santuari de Sant Josep de la Muntaya with an automatic stairs system, or from Carrer Larrard.

Private vehicle

It is not suggested to drive to Park Güell since most of the parking places around the park are in a green area reserved for residents. Visitors coming by car can park at the BSM Travessera de Dalt – Park Güell. Advance booking is recommended.

Bus Turístic and Barcelona City Tour

The stop for the Bus Turístic (blue line) is “Park Güell.”

The route from the Barcelona City Tour is “East” (green), and the stop is also “Park Güell.”

In both cases, the stop is on Avinguda de la Mare de Déu de Montserrat, a 10-minute walk away, and we recommend using the Carretera del Carmel through Av. Pompeu Fabra.

Taxis

There are two taxi stops in Park Güell, one on Rambla de Mercedes and one on Carretera del Carmel.