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Park Güell: Skip-The-Line Entry + English, French, German or Spanish Guided Tour

  • Duration: 1h 15mins
  • Live guide in English, German, French, Spanish


€24. 00

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  • Take in the fantasy and splendor of the fairy-tale Güell Park, designed by architect Antoni Gaudí

  • You’ll start your journey walking through a staircase featuring Gaudí’s famous dragon sculpture made of ceramic tiles

  • Enjoy the organic shapes created by the walls and walkways, and take in the magnificent views of Barcelona from Carmel Hill

  • Explore the unique Serpent Bench, which is decorated with vibrant mosaics

  • Featuring a rainbow of colors and a breathtaking view, the park is an exquisite example of Catalan Modernist architecture

  • Gaudí’s masterpiece, the Sagrada Familia cathedral, with its incredibly ornate designs, is just 3 km away from the park

Güell Park is a must-see attraction in the city that draws impressive crowds. Buy your tickets in advance to give yourself peace of mind that you’ll get in on your preferred day.

Choose the right Park Güell tickets for you:
  • Tickets for general admission give you access to Güell Park and its Monumental Zone

  • Get a skip-the-line ticket that includes an English or French-speaking guide and time after the tour to explore

  • Skip the line and learn about the park’s history with a guided tour in English and Spanish. You can also opt for an Italian language tour

  • See Gaudí’s monumental Sagrada Familia Cathedral and Park Güell with a combi ticket, which includes fast-track entrance and a guided tour at both sites

General information:
  • If you are a resident of the surrounding area, you may be eligible
    for free admission to the park

  • Park Güell has a free web app you can use to access the audio guide

  • Leashed pets are welcome except in these areas of the park: the Nature Square, Hipostyle Room, the Dragon Stairway, the Austria Gardens, and the Laundry Room Portico

Accessibility information:
  • The majority of the park is not suitable for those with limitd mobility due to irregular paths and steep ramps. However, there are two recommended paths you can take if you have reduced mobility

  • There is parking available by the Carretera del Carmel entrance for wheelchair users, as well as wheelchairs which you can book before visiting

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United States

21 Apr 2023


Our guide (Raul?) was funny, charming and well informed. We all had a blast. This was easily our favorite activity here in Barcelona! We also went towards evening (1815) and it was very. ..

Our guide (Raul?) was funny, charming and well informed. We all had a blast. This was easily our favorite activity here in Barcelona! We also went towards evening (1815) and it was very beautiful. We highly recommend!

Park Güell: Skip The Line + Guided Tour


Ana Flávia , 
United States

17 Apr 2023


Our experience in Park Guell was unforgettable and we spent almost all day that we didn’t want to leave. It was so beautiful and it is huge park. It is a must to go there!

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United Kingdom

22 Mar 2023


We loved this trip, the architecture is fabulous and the walk is tranquil. Extraordinary and would recommend visiting. You MUST buy a ticket before going though

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About: Park Güell

Park Güell is Gaudí’s fantasy-fuelled park in Carmel Hill, Barcelona. Walk amongst fantastic creations built in Gaudí’s special brand of Catalan Modernism and enjoy panoramic views of Barcelona. Don’t miss out on this quintessential Barcelona experience.


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Park Güell

Carrer d’Olot, 11, 08024, Barcelona

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Park Güell Tickets | Skip-the-line Access

  • Tick one of the largest garden spaces in Spain off your bucket list with this timed entry ticket and learn more from an informative multilingual audio guide.
  • Enter Park Guell at the time selected during booking and get the flexibility to explore at your own pace as you leisurely stroll the attraction.
  • Admire the vision of architect Antoni Gaudí in the merging of nature and architectural structure throughout the park. Let a multilingual audio guide take you in-depth.
  • Upgrade your tickets to go on a 1.25-hr expert guided tour in English, Spanish, or French.
  • Don’t Miss: Gaudi’s Dragon in all its salamander-like glory in mosaic!


  • Entry to Park Güell
  • Audio guide in 5 languages (optional)
  • English, Spanish, or French guided tour (optional)


  • Access to the Gaudí House Museum
  • Tip: When heading to Park Güell, take the metro to Lesseps if you want to get in some extra daily steps. Alternatively, take Bus 24 or 32 which will drop you off right by the park’s gates.
  • Pro Tip: Pack a picnic with delicacies from your favorite bakery and enjoy the delicious spread with friends and family.
  • For visitors with mobility issues, Park Güell offers two free wheelchairs for hire (subject to availability). The tourist coach car park has 3 places for guests with reduced mobility.
  • Audio guide available in Spanish, English, German, Italian, & French.
  • Be sure to wear comfortable footwear and bring along sunscreen and a hat for a smooth experience.
  • These tickets can’t be cancelled or rescheduled.
  • Skip the long lines and get exclusive insider information during this guided tour.
  • Explore the many attractions at this park as you listen to expert commentary from your local guide who will fill you in on all the urban legends of the Park.
  • Gain insight into the history of the park and learn how it transformed from a housing estate to a UNESCO World Heritage Site.


  • Entrance and guided visit to Park Güell
  • English, German, Spanish, or French-speaking guide

This ticket has the following options you can choose from:

  • English Guided Tour
  • German Guided Tour
  • Spanish Guided Tour
  • French Guided Tour
  • English & Spanish Bilingual Guided Tour
  • Note: The price of the guided tour also includes access to Park Güell.
  • For visitors with mobility issues, Park Güell offers two free wheelchairs for hire (subject to availability). The tourist coach car park has 3 places for guests with reduced mobility.
  • Be sure to wear comfortable footwear and bring along sunscreen and a hat for a smooth experience.
  • You can cancel these tickets up to 24 hours before the experience begins and get a full refund.
  • This pocket-friendly combo is the perfect ticket for those who are short on time and don’t want to miss out on visiting the most iconic attractions in Spain.
  • Explore the lively modernist Park Güell without any hurry, and sunbathe in its garden.
  • Make your way to Sagrada Familia, the imposing structure that dominates the Barcelona skyline, with priority access making your experience even smoother.
  • Take back an impressive set of Instagram-friendly photos of intricate architecture, sure to give you lifetime bragging rights!


Park Güell

  • Entry to Park Güell

Sagrada Familia

  • Priority access to the Sagrada Familia with escorted entrance
  • English or Spanish-speaking expert guide
  • 30-min introductory commentary
  • Access to the museum in Sagrada Familia


Park Güell

  • Access to the Gaudí House Museum

Sagrada Familia

  • Hotel transfers
  • Meal inclusions
  • Choose the preferred time for your visit to Park Guell keeping in mind the time it takes to travel between the park and Sagrada Familia.

Sagrada Familia

  • Did you know? Late afternoon is the best time to visit the basilica. There’s nothing like the sight of its interiors bathed in warm sunlight.
  • Strict Dress Code: No tank tops, strapless shirts, short shorts, or sandals will be accepted.
  • The interiors of the Sagrada Familia are wheelchair accessible.

Park Güell

  • Tip: When heading to Park Güell, take the metro to Lesseps if you want to get in some extra daily steps. Alternatively, take Bus 24 or 32 which will drop you off right by the park’s gates.
  • For visitors with mobility issues, Park Güell offers two free wheelchairs for hire (subject to availability). The tourist coach car park has 3 places for guests with reduced mobility.
  • These tickets can’t be cancelled or rescheduled.
  • Don’t want to spend days planning an itinerary around Barcelona’s top sites? This fast-track combo ticket to Park Güell & Sagrada Familia with an expert guide is just the one for you.
  • Step into the creative world of the lauded architect and explore the iconic Park Guell.
  • Up next, head to Sagrada Familia, Barcelona’s number one UNESCO site. Look for the stories etched in the facades of the basilica.
  • Get a newfound appreciation and inside scoop on Barcelona’s most celebrated artist, Antonio Gaudi, and his ultra-popular attractions.


  • Access into Sagrada Familia and Park Guell
  • Tour guide (English, French, Spanish and bilingual options available)


  • Transfers between Sagrada Familia and Park Guell
  • Personal expenses
  • Guests must arrange their own transfers between Sagrada Familia and Park Guell.
  • Tip: Ask your guide about hidden gems in the city along with lesser-known recommendations for shops and eateries before your tour ends.

Sagrada Familia

  • Dress Code for Sagrada Familia: No tank tops, strapless shirts, short shorts, or sandals will be accepted.
  • The interiors of the Sagrada Familia are wheelchair accessible.

Park Güell

  • Tip: When heading to Park Güell, take the metro to Lesseps if you want to get in some extra daily steps. Alternatively, take Bus 24 or 32 which will drop you off right by the park’s gates.
  • For visitors with mobility issues, Park Güell offers two free wheelchairs for hire (subject to availability). The tourist coach car park has 3 places for guests with reduced mobility.
  • You can cancel these tickets up to 24 hours before the experience begins and get a full refund.
  • Get the best of both worlds while saving time with skip-the-line access to Park Güell and Casa Mila with this super saver combo.
  • Marvel at Gaudi’s best works at the UNESCO recognized Park Güell and take in its phenomenal views. Don’t miss out on visiting the stunning Hypostyle Room!
  • Admire the spectacular vistas of the true treasures of Barcelona from decorated vantage points at Casa Milà.
  • With an audio guide available in 10 languages at Casa Milà, dive into why Gaudi’s radical style caused quite a controversy back in the day.


  • Entry to Park Güell
  • Skip-the-line admission tickets to Casa Milà
  • Audio guide for Casa Milà


Access to the Gaudi House Museum

Park Güell

  • Tip: When heading to Park Güell, take the metro to Lesseps if you want to get in some extra daily steps. Alternatively, take Bus 24 or 32 which will drop you off right by the park’s gates.
  • For visitors with mobility impairments, Park Güell offers two free wheelchairs for hire (subject to availability). The tourist coach park has three places for people with reduced mobility.
  • Be sure to wear comfortable footwear and bring along sunscreen and a hat for a smooth experience.
  • Short on time? Why not pack a picnic lunch to enjoy in the park surroundings before heading off to the next site

Casa Milà

  • The audio guides for Casa Milà are available in Catalan, Spanish, English, French, German, Portuguese, Italian, Russian, Japanese, and Korean.
  • These tickets can’t be cancelled or rescheduled.
  • With this money-saving combo get insights into the history and culture of Barcelona as you access two landmark attractions of the country – Park Güell and Casa Batlló.
  • Explore the modernist parks at Park Güell created by Antoni Gaudí, a pioneer of Catalan Modernism architecture in Barcelona.
  • Visit Hypostyle Room, one of Gaudí’s best works at Barcelona Park.
  • Visit Casa Batlló and witness the surreal world of Gaudí’s architectural mastery.
  • Enjoy optional access to Gaudí Dome, Batlló’s Private Room, exclusive outdoor lounge, and much more.


Park Güell

  • Entry to Park Güell

Casa Batlló

  • Skip-the-line entry to Casa Batlló
  • Audio guide
  • These tickets can’t be cancelled or rescheduled.
  • Go on an immersive tour of two of Gaudi’s architectural masterpieces!
  • Head out to the Sagrada Familia and Park Guell, two iconic Catalan landmarks you cannot miss
  • Stay close to your bilingual guide who will expertly navigate you through your pre-planned route sprinkled with amazing sights
  • Grasp an in-depth look at the basilica’s striking architecture at Sagrada Familia
  • Tour through Park Guell, a modernist park that reflects Gaudi’s imagination perfectly
  • Explore Passeig de Gràcia and check out Casa Batlló and Casa Milà “La Pedrera” for their quirky styles.


  • Entry to Sagrada Familia
  • Entry to Park Guell
  • 4.5-hr guided tour
  • Professional English or Spanish-speaking guide

Sagrada Familia

  • Strict Dress Code: No tank tops, strapless shirts, short shorts, or sandals will be accepted.
  • The interiors of the Sagrada Familia are wheelchair accessible.
  • Guests do not have any storage facility in Sagrada Familia. Only bring small backpacks and regular-size handbags.

Park Güell

  • For visitors with mobility issues, Park Güell offers two free wheelchairs for hire (subject to availability). The tourist coach car park has 3 places for guests with reduced mobility.
  • Be sure to wear comfortable footwear and bring along sunscreen and a hat for a smooth experience.
  • You can cancel these tickets up to 24 hours before the experience begins and get a full refund.

Book Park Guell Tours & Tickets

Park Guell is a stunning attraction that stands as a testament to the artistic and creative genius of Gaudi. The sprawling park and garden, located on Carmel Hill, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and receives an annual footfall of around 12 million tourists!

Spread over 12 hectares of hilly land, Park Guell is home to some of Gaudí’s best works such as the Dragon Stairs, the Hypostyle Hall, the Austrian Gardens, and more. You can also meet the famous El Drac, the Park Guell Lizard here.

With Park Guell tickets, you can view Gaudi’s incredible works, and enjoy the spectacular views of Barcelona.

Your Park Guell Ticket Options Explained

Park Güell Timed Entry Ticket

Duration: You have to enter within 30 minutes of the selected slot time. Once you enter, you can stay for as long as you like.

  • With these fast-track timed entry tickets to Park Guell, you can choose the time of your visit and enter the park within thirty minutes of the chosen time of your booking.
  • You will get direct access inside to Gaudí’s works such as the Hypostyle Room, Guard Museum, Gardens of Austria, (Nature Square or terrace, the Laundry Portico, and interesting roads, viaducts, and paths.

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Park Güell Guided Tour with No Wait Entrance

Duration: 1 hour 15 mins

  • This ticket will offer you skip the line entry into Park Güell and the chance to explore the former housing estate that is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • With an expert local guide, learn about the history and details of Gaudi’s masterpiece and see all the main attractions like the Hypostyle Room, the Greek Theatre, the Austria Gardens, and more.
  • You can choose a tour in English, Spanish, German or French.

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Park Güell and Sagrada Familia Combo ticket

Duration: 3 hours 30 mins – 4 hours 30 mins

  • Visit two of Gaudi’s most beautiful architectural works — the Sagrada Familia and Park Guell — with one single ticket. E
  • njoy an immersive expert guided tour with priority access into the iconic landmarks as you explore Gaudi’s mosaic dragon, serpentine tile bench, climb Sagrada Familia’s intricately decorated towers and more.

Super Flexible Cancellation Policy: Get a full refund on canceling this ticket up to 24 hours before the schedule.

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Discounted Park Guell Tickets

  • Children aged 6 and below can enter for free.
  • Children aged 7 to 12, as well as adults over 65, enjoy reduced prices.
  • People with disabilities can enter for free, while the companion can benefit from the reduced price of admission.

What is the Best Way to Book Park Guell Tickets? Buy Online Tickets.

The best way to buy tickets to Park Guell is by purchasing them online. This allows for safe and contactless transaction along with other several benefits such as:

  • Advance Reservation: Visitors can buy their Park Guell tickets several weeks in advance and avoid the chances of the tickets selling out for their desired date.
  • Convenience: Book your Park Guell tickets with a few clicks and avoid the hassle of standing in long queues. You will also be able to get support via phone, chat, or email if you face any issues while booking the tickets.
  • Great Offers: Tourists can get amazing discounts and offers when they select our platform to book Park Guell tickets.

Which Park Guell Ticket to Choose?

1. If on a budget:

If you are hoping to plan a trip that is lighter on the pocket, opt for the Park Guell Timed Entry Ticket. It is a self-guided tour, but the timed ticket ensures that you will not have to wait in lines and explore the whole park at our own pace.

2. If you want to delve deeper:

You should go for the guided tour of Park Guell. On this tour, you will be accompanied by an expert guide (English, Spanish, German, French), who will give you all the information you need, and more to understand the history of the park better.

3. To explore beyond Park Guell:

Opt for the super saver combo ticket that includes access to both, Park Guell and Sagrada Familia. Learn about the importance of Catalan Modernisme and how it has impacted Barcelona’s architecture as you explore these iconic Catalan landmarks.

Park Güell Highlights

Park Guell is a magical wonderland created by Gaudi. Here are the main highlights you will see inside the park.

The Serpentine Bench

The well-known mosaic tile bench that winds its way along the terrace around Park Güell was created using the Trencandís technique, which was invented by Gaudí. It takes a serpentine shape and features varying vibrant tones using jettison tiles from a factory close by. Rest and take in the beauty of the park in style at the Serpentine Bench.

El Drac

The mosaic salamander statue that resides at the gates of Park Güell acts as the symbol of Barcelona. ‘El Drac’ was created from brick and is coated with Gaudí’s signature Trecandís technique. Trecandís and serpentine shapes are common themes throughout Gaudí’s work, and Park Güell is an ideal location to see and enjoy both.

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The Greek Theatre or Nature Square

Nature square or Placa De La Natura is a large esplanade located right at the center of Park Guell. It was originally designed as the stage for the park’s Greek theater, which was never built. The square is a popular spot for visitors to take photos and enjoy panoramic views of the park. It is a great place to relax and take a break from sightseeing. 

Porter’s Lodge Pavilions

On each side of the main entrance, you will find two pavilions. The one on the left was a concierge’s office with a waiting room and a phone booth, while the one on the right was the porter’s house, hence its name Casa del Guarda, which is now part of MUHBA (Barcelona History Museum).

The Hypostyle Room

The stairway on the entrance leads to the Hypostyle room, which was intended as a marketplace. It is made of 86 fluted columns. Inside, the sections where columns are absent, spaces simulate three naves, as in a large temple. The benches in the Hypostyle Room offer great views of the entrance pavilion and dragon fountain.

The Austria Gardens

This area was converted into a plant nursery when Park Guell became a public park. The area gets its name because Austria donated trees to the park on the occasion of the exhibition “Vienna in Barcelona” held in 1977. From here you can enjoy great views of the park, and of the two houses that were built here.

The Laundry Room Portico

On the eastern side of the Greek Theater Square, there is an original iron gate that leads to Casa Larrard’s gardens, where Güell resided. The road goes through a pine grove with a portico built on top of a huge retaining wall. It is one of Gaudí’s most beloved examples of organic architecture.

The Roadways Pathways, and Viaducts

Antonio Gaudi designed three viaducts, five meters wide leading to the hill of the Three Crosses. You will also find a transversal road which is ten meters wide. It connects the Carmel road with the exit for Sant Josep de la Muntanya. Gaudí also designed three-meter-wide pedestrian paths and shortcuts with stairs and slopes that allowed direct access to the different plots.

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Getting There

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Park Guell is divided into two different zones: Monumental Zone and Forest Zone.

  • Monumental Zone: Spread over 12 hectares, this area, declared a World Heritage Site, this is where the most important and iconic features are located.
  • Forest Zone: Located adjacent to the monumental zone, the forest zone is a natural area with gardens and walking trails. This area occupies 8 hectares.

The whole of Park Güell is open to visitors. However, since 2013 the entrance to the monumental area has been regulated to avoid overcrowding. Thus, visitors must make a prior booking of the entrance to visit Park Güell. Groups with neighbour’s card and Gaudir Més registration are exempted from doing so.

How do I enter Park Güell?

Park Güell has three entrances.

  • Carrer de Larrard: The main entrance to the park lies at the intersection of Carrer de Larrard and Carrer d’Olot.
  • Carretera del Carmel: This entrance is located next to the parking lot for tourist coaches (Please note that this car park is specifically for groups and not for general use).
  • Av. del Santuari de Sant Josep de la Muntanya: This entrance can be accessed using one of the three available escalators, sparing you most of the climb up the hill.

Can I get free entry into Park Guell?

There is no free entry into the park, unless you are a resident in neighboring areas with a free-access card or in selected situations, which can be referred to on the official website of the Park.

What are the Park Guell timings?

The Park is open daily.

Opening Hours:

1 July to 31 August 2022: 9 AM to 7:30 PM
1 September to 29 October 2022: 9:30 AM to 7:30 PM
30 October 2022 to 31 December 2022: 9:30 AM to 5:30 PM

When is Park Guell closed?

The Park stays open and accessible all the year round.

What is the best time to visit Park Guell?

A popular attraction in Barcelona, Park Guell is most busy during the peak season of April to August. To avoid the crowds, visit during the low season between January to March or October to December.

The best days to visit are on weekdays and the Park is most crowded during the weekend.

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Where is Park Güell located?

Park Güell is a public park located on Carmel Hill, in Barcelona, Spain. It is easily accessible by bus, train, and taxi.

Getting to Park Güell by bus

If you choose to travel by bus, you can take bus lines 24 or 92 that stop at Carretera del Carmel-Park Güell, which is right across the park’s main entrance. Bus routes H6 and D40 and stop at Travessera de Dalt, which is a 10-minute walk to Park Guell.

Getting to Park Güell by car

If you arrive by car at Park Güell you must park in the BSM Travessera de Dalt – Park Güell car park. We recommend that you reserve your place in advance.

How can I skip the lines at the Park Guell?

You can skip the queues by purchasing your tickets online in advance. By buying your tickets online you avoid the long queues at the box office.

When is the best time to visit Park Guell?

For residents of Barcelona, access is free from 7AM to 9 AM, and tourists are not allowed entry during these hours. For tourists, Park Guell opens at 9:30 AM every day. Visit during the early hours as the crowds are at their least in the morning. Plan your visit early to explore the park at your own pace.

Park Guell has a parking space for tourist coaches at the entrance on Carretera del Carmel. There are 25 parking places. 3 of these spaces are reserved for people with reduced mobility.

However, there are no parking spaces for visitors who plan to drive down to the park. They will have to rely on the paid parking facilities nearby.

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  • Restaurant Larrard 55: Enjoy some steaks, burgers or wraps, and chase them down with sangria, in this airy restaurant.
  • Restaurante El Jardí de can Toda: Just a short walk away from Park Guell, this restaurant has an extensive menu and is budget friendly.
  • Restaurant Terra Mía: This small bar/restaurant offers tapas, Mediterranean dishes & sandwiches.
  • La Sagrada Familia: This unfinished landmark church by Gaudi is a must-visit for those in Barcelona.
  • Casa Milà: A masterpiece by Gaudi, Casa Mila was the last private residence designed by the architect.
  • Casa Batlló: Experience the genius of Gaudi at Casa Battlo. Home to a wealthy aristocrat in the early 1900s, Casa Battlo is a treat for the eyes.
    Casa Vicens Gaudí: This private residence built by Antoni Gaudi was one of Gaudi’s early works.

Sagrada Familia to Park Guell

Sagrada Familia and Park Guell are two of Gaudi’s most iconic creations and a must-visit if you are hoping to explore Gaudi’s works and his contribution to Barcelona. Given their close proximity, it makes sense to visit both on the same day.

Park Guell & Sagrada Familia Tour Itinerary

  • First Stop: Your trip starts at the La Sagrada Familia, Antoni Gaudi’s most famous work.
  • Lunch Break: Enjoy a short break. You can either grab lunch or simply explore the nearby areas.
  • Last Stop: Explore the mosaic wonderland of Park Güell.

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Free Entry for Locals

Residents of Barcelona can enter Park Guell for free any time during its opening hours (7 AM to 10 PM). During mornings, from 7:00 AM to 9:30 AM (from July 1 to August 31 from 7:00 AM to 9:00 AM) and from 8:00 PM to 10:00 PM , access is reserved for the residents of the city and tourist visits are not allowed during these hours. Booking in advance is not necessary.

To enjoy free access, residents must prove that they are local residents using Admission Card for Local Residents that can be requested through the municipal website, or with a Gaudir Més membership.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Park Guell Tickets

Where can I get Park Guell Tickets?

Book your Park Guell tickets online for a hassle-free experience. Skip the queues and enjoy this iconic attraction in landmark with your online tickets.

What are Park Guell ticket prices?

Adults pay an entry fee of €10 for Park Guell tickets, while children between ages 7-12 pay €7. Those under age 6 can enter for free.

Are skip-the-line tickets available for Park Guell?

To avoid the queues at Park Güell, we recommend buying your timed entry tickets online. This way, you make sure you enter the park at the time you want.

What is the cancelation policy for Park Güell tickets?

The cancellation policy depends on the ticket to Park Güell that you choose to reserve. While some tickets offer a full refund when canceled up to 48-72 hours in advance, others may not offer cancellation or refunds. Please, check it before making your reservation.

What are Park Güell opening hours? 

Park Güell’s hours are 9 AM to 10:00 PM until 31 August 2022. The opening hours will be from 9:30 AM to 7:30 PM from 1 September to 29 October 2022 and from 30 October 2022 to 31 December 2022, the park will be open from 9:30 AM to 5:30 PM.

Can I skip the line with guided tours at Park Guell?

, you can get skip-the-line tickets for guided tours at Park Guell. With these tickets, you get hassle-free entry and enjoy an educational guided tour of all the major landmarks at Park Guell.

Should I buy Park Guell tickets in advance?

Yes, to avoid waiting in long lines, it is highly recommended that you buy Park Guell tickets in advance.

How to get to Park Guell?

Park Guell can be reached by bus, metro and car. Please note: Bus Guell shuttle facility is temporarily out of service.

How many entrances does Park Guell have?

Park Guell has three entrances: Carrer de Larrard, Carretera del Carmel and Av. Del Santuari de St. Josep de la Muntanya.

How long does it take to explore Park Guell?

It takes about two hours to cover all the major sections of Park Guell.

What to do at Park Guell?

Serpentine Beach, Gaudi Museum, Austria Gardens, Laundry Room Portico, etc., are a few places to visit at Park Guell.

Are wheelchairs available for rent at Park Guell?

Yes, however, Park Güell only has two wheelchairs, so we recommend you book in advance at the Visitor Service Center.

Is photography allowed inside Park Guell?

No. Photography is not allowed inside Park Guell unless express permission is taken from the concerned authorities.

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Parque Güell is the famous green park area in Barcelona, ​​which is a combination of gardens and residential areas, created by the talented architect Antoni Gaudí in the early twentieth century. Included in the top attractions of the city.

Wesebi Güell, a wealthy Catalan industrialist and dreamer, decided to build a residential area on the outskirts of Barcelona in the then-fashionable concept of the “garden city”. For this purpose, 15 hectares of land (divided into building plots) were bought and Antoni Gaudí was invited.

Despite the money invested and the talent involved, the project faced big problems from the very beginning – the townspeople stubbornly refused to buy the property offered to them, even the amazing example houses built for advertising could not spark their interest. As a result, the site was sold inexpensively to the municipality of Barcelona and turned into a city park.

Having failed as a commercial project, the creation of the park has become an invaluable asset for humanity and one of the most important sights of the city. At 19In 84, the park was rightfully declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, and a museum of the great architect was opened in the house where Gaudí lived. And today you can walk along its floors, as well as the grottoes and alleys-aqueducts of the park, just as Guell and Gaudí did a hundred years ago, discussing their great plans for the future.

Park Güell highlights

Two unusual gingerbread houses welcome visitors right at the entrance to the park. The unbridled imagination of the talented architect manifested itself in the geometric form and decor, which gives the pavilions a resemblance to confectionery – if only they are reduced, they can easily decorate the cake.

A grand staircase framed by fountains leads deep into the park. It is here that you will see the very huge mosaic salamander, which has long become one of the symbols of Barcelona. Everywhere you can buy traditional souvenirs with her – mugs, figurines, magnets, postcards. And the locals call it “el drak” – a dragon.

Another well-known decorative element of the park is the bench, a huge terrace-piazza, along the entire perimeter of which one long winding stone bench-parapet in the form of a sea serpent stretches (architect Josep-Maria Jujol). This place is included in the list of the best photo locations in Barcelona.

The staircase leads to the Hall of a Hundred Columns, where you can climb up and enjoy the beautiful views of the park and the city. The terrace of Park Güell serves as the roof of a hall cut into the slope of the hill, the vaults of which are supported by 86 columns.

The hall was once conceived as a market and a place of communication for the inhabitants of the garden district. It is known for its interesting acoustics, which are readily used by local and visiting musicians.

Park Güell’s attraction is the unique style of Gaudí’s landscape architecture, which can be very interesting and informative for lovers of landscape design – the park is laid out very harmoniously in relation to the original terrain, many paths and terraces are lined with local stone. The columns are made to resemble tree trunks, and plants are planted in protruding “bird nests”.

The park also houses the Gaudí House Museum, which contains many personal belongings of the architect, including designer furniture made according to his sketches.

The Barcelona authorities, who bear the main costs of protecting and preserving Gaudí’s masterpieces, have decided to introduce entrance fees to the park from the end of 2012. Until that time, the entrance to the Park Güell was absolutely free for all visitors without exception. Now, enjoy the shade of luxurious trees, walk along the fabulous alleys and paths, see the “Hall of a Hundred Columns”, only the indigenous people of Barcelona who have received a special document can free of charge.

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Park Güell Tickets

Park Güell used to be free to enter. Now, unfortunately, the situation has changed, an adult ticket costs 10 euros on the spot. For children under 6 years old, admission is free, for children from 7 to 12 years old – 7 euros.

People are allowed into the park in “parties” so as not to create crowds in the most popular places, because everyone wants beautiful photos without a bunch of people around. So, if you haven’t bought a ticket in advance, then you will have to wait for your turn to enter in the heat.

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How do I get to Parc Güell?

It is best to take the double-decker tourist bus and get off at the same place (Park Güell stop). An alternative way is by metro: L3, Lesseps station (20 minutes walk following the signs). But in the summer, in the heat, going uphill is a dubious pleasure. You can also book a taxi transfer in advance.

Address: Carrer d’Olot, 08024 Barcelona

Opening hours

Depending on the season, the opening hours of the park are slightly different.

  • January 1 – March 28: 8:30 am to 6:15 pm (last entry at 5:30 pm)
  • March 29 – May 3: from 8:00 to 20:00 (last entry at 19:30)
  • May 4 – September 6: 8:00 am to 9:30 pm (last admission at 9:00 pm)
  • September 7 – October 24: from 8:00 to 20:00 (last entry at 19:30)
  • October 25 – December 31: 8:30 am to 6:15 pm (last entry at 5:30 pm)

Gaudi House Museum (Casa-museu Gaudi) 93 219 38 11

  • May-September: Mon-Sun 10. 00-20.00;
  • November-February: Mon-Sun 10.00-18.00;
  • March-April, October: Mon-Sun 10.00-19.00.

We wish you a great time in Parc Güell. Do not forget that this is not the only masterpiece of Gaudi, no less interesting, for example, are the houses of Batllo and Casa Mila.

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