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If you are already a member of Gaudir Més, you can visit Park Güell every day at no cost. You will find all the information you need about the Gaudir Més register at this link.

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Once you have registered with Gaudir Més, you can access for free or with discounts to all the facilities and museums that Barcelona offers.

How to enter Park Güell?

Once you are part of Gaudir Més, in order to access Park Güell free of charge, you must identify yourself as a member of the register on this page. Whether you enter your email address or not, you will be asked for your Official ID provided from the registry (which is a compulsory field). You will immediately be presented with your personalised ticket, which will be valid for the day of your request. What does this mean? If I want to visit Park Güell today, I will have to apply today and if I want to enter on Saturday, I will have to do the same on Saturday. It cannot be done in advance.


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If you have entered your email address, you will also receive an email welcoming you to Park Güell.

This ticket contains the following information: your name and surname, the day of the visit, your Identity document and a unique identifier code.

You will need to take the following points into account:

  • You must show this ticket at the entrances to Park Güell.
  • This ticket is personal and non-transferable. Under no circumstances may it be given to another person.
  • The ticket cannot be reserved in advance; it corresponds to the day on which the request is made. 
  • Park Güell reserves the right to check the identity of the ticket holder.
  • Minors under the age of 16 can access Park Güell, provided they are accompanied by the member and under the same terms and conditions as them, without the need for prior registration.

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What is an organised group?

A group of between 10 and 30 people who make a reservation and/or purchase a joint ticket and have a single ticket for entering to Park Güell.

Park Güell has achieved three certifications: Global Safe Site, Safe Tourism Certified and Safe Travels.

These certifications recognize that the organization fulfills all established safety measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19. We recommend that you check them here.


How to make a reservation ?

  1. First of all, it is necessary to register in our website clicking on New User Sign Up.
  2. Once you have been registered, you could start the booking process clicking on Buy Tickets. If coach parking is needed, it is essential to organise this when purchasing entrance tickets.
  3. If you have an outstanding reservation, you can confirm or modify it clicking on Access to the User Area.

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Specific conditions for group reservations

Reservation can be made up to 3 months in advance.

20% of the total price of the reservation.

The remaining 80% must be paid 4 days before the date of the visit.

The reservation can be modified up to at most 20% more or less than the number requested in the initial reservation.

Up to two or three days before the visit. In this case, 50% of the total charge for the cancelled tickets will be refunded.

No, no refund will be made on the actual day of the visit

Reservations made through the organized groups section in our website can only be used by the agency or professional group itself. Under no circumstance will it be allowed to resell or give the voucher to other agents which have not been previously authorized by Park Güell.

Reservations are valid for 30-minute time periods and you can enter the park up to 30 minutes after the start of your assigned time period (e.g. if you have a reservation at 9 am, you can enter the site until 9:30 am). You will not be allowed entry once that time period has concluded and you will not have any right to a refund of the entrance fee. Once inside the Park, the group can enjoy the wonderful work of architect Antoni Gaudí for as long as they wish.

Yes. At Park Güell we promote peaceful coexistence between thousands of visitors, local residents and the natural environment.

The use of loudspeakers, megaphones or similar devices that may cause discomfort or noise pollution is therefore forbidden during tours. We recommend that you use individual audio guides.

In addition, according to current regulations, guides con only give explanations to groups composed by a maximum of 30 people.

Yes. All the members of the group listed on the voucher must enter Park Güell at the same time. If any member of the group is missing, they will have to wait until the group is complete.

Park Güell is a cultural asset of national interest, which means that, in order to act as a guide under the Catalonia Tourism Act, the guide must be in possession of a tourist guide qualification issued by the Government of Catalonia (the Generalitat). Section 65.1 of the Catalonia Tourism Act lays down that anyone can act as a tourist guide activity, except inside monuments declared to be cultural assets of national interest and museums registered in the Catalonia Museum Registry. Any persons not accredited as official guides who are detected carrying out such functions will be required to cease doing so.

The official guides accredited by the Generalitat of Catalonia who escort the groups have free entry provided that they show their credentials at the entrance of Park Güell.

Coaches for groups (of 10 persons minimum) visiting Park Güell can reserve a parking place when they purchase their tickets, which will give them the right to an hour and a half’s parking in the Zona Bus coach park.

The price of this booking is €18.

IMPORTANT: Only coaches with a previous reservation may access the parking area. Rotation parking is not allowed.

Parking will be deemed as concluded on leaving the car park.

Contact ZonaBus 93 3308799 (Monday to Friday 8 am-3 pm)

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No, reservations do not allow change of day and time. Only the total number of people can be modified by 20%

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Ticket overview

  • Admire the fantasy and splendor of the fabulous Parc Güell, designed by the architect Antoni Gaudí.

  • You will start your journey by walking up the stairs with Gaudí’s famous dragon sculpture in ceramic tiles

  • Enjoy the organic shapes created by the walls and walkways and enjoy the magnificent view of Barcelona from Carmel Hill

  • Explore the unique Serpent Bench, which is adorned with colorful mosaics

  • With its rainbow of colors and breathtaking views, the park is an exquisite example of Catalan Modernist architecture.

  • Gaudí’s masterpiece, the Sagrada Familia, with its incredibly ornate design, is only 3 km from the park.

Park Güell is a must-see attraction in the city that draws spectacular crowds. Buy your tickets in advance to ensure you have the peace of mind you’ll get on your desired date.

Choose your Park Güell tickets:
  • General access tickets with access to Park Güell and its monumental area

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

  • Skip the line and learn about the park’s history on a guided tour in English and Spanish. You can also choose a tour in Italian

  • See Gaudí’s monumental Sagrada Familia and Parc Güell with a combined ticket that includes fast entry and a guided tour of both sites

General information:
  • If you are a resident of the area, you may be entitled to free admission to the park.

  • Park Güell has a free web application with which you can access the audio guide

  • Pets on a leash are welcome, except in these areas of the park: Natural Square, Hypostyle Room, Dragon Staircase, Austrian Garden and Laundry Portico

Conditions for visitors with disabilities:
  • Most of the park is not suitable for people with reduced mobility due to irregular paths and steep ramps. However, there are two recommended paths you can take if you have limited mobility.

  • There is parking at the entrance of the Carretera del Carmel for wheelchair users and also wheelchairs that you can reserve before visiting

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Anonymous 2023


Park Güell is beautiful! Book in advance and enjoy! Be sure to visit La Pedrera (House Mila) and visit the roof of this House, and learn about the famous architect Gaudí, and ride on…

Park Güell is beautiful! Book in advance and enjoy! Be sure to visit La Pedrera (House Mila) and visit the roof of this House, and learn about the famous architect Gaudí, and ride the double-decker bus

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15 Mar. 2023


Interesting park. You should walk along its paths when you arrive in Barcelona

Park Güell


Natalia ,

Jan 1



Everything is excellent. It’s better to come in the morning, after 14:40 there are very long queues on the day off.

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Parc Güell is a stunning creation by Gaudí located on Carmel Hill in Barcelona. Walk among images of fantastical creatures in Gaudí’s unique Catalan modernist style and enjoy panoramic views of Barcelona. Don’t miss one of Barcelona’s most important sights.


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How to visit Park Güell in Barcelona, ​​rules 2022

In this article I will tell you how to get to Park Güell in Barcelona, ​​I will describe all the ways how to buy a ticket to the paid part of the park, which objects are located in the paid part, and which are in free, I will tell you whether it is worth paying for the entrance or you can look at the masterpieces of Gaudi from a distance and save money on tickets.

Park Güell is one of the most original parks in the world. And this is not surprising, because it was created by the genius of the Catalan modernist Gaudí himself. Like the Sagrada Familia, the park did not bring fame to its creator during his lifetime, but grateful descendants appreciated the masterpiece. It is currently the second most visited Gaudí work in Barcelona, ​​after the Sagrada Familia.


  1. Park Güell opening hours
  2. How to buy tickets to Park Güell in 2023
  3. Guided tours of Park Güell in Russian
  4. How to buy a ticket to the Gaudi Museum house
  5. How much park tickets cost to Park Güell
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  7. What you can see in Park Güell with a ticket
  8. How to get to Park Güell
  9. The history of the founding of Park Güell
  10. Paid part of the park
  11. House Gaudí Museum
  12. Free part of the park
  13. My review of visiting the park

Park Güell opening hours

The park is open all year round, every day, seven days a week from 9:30 to 19:30.

How to buy tickets for Park Güell in 2023

Tickets can be taken in different places, but it is highly recommended due to covid restrictions to take them on the Internet, without relying on the box office. I will give three options for buying tickets.

  1. In Russian, a ticket to Park Güell can be purchased on the Sputnik8 website, which includes travel on the Güell regular bus from the Alfons X metro station (line L4) to Park Güell (the trip takes 15 minutes), but there is no return. The bus ride is very pleasant, because the park is located on a mountain and from public transport stops it is more than 1 km to climb into it, the mountain is very steep.
  2. You can buy tickets in Russian on the GetYourGuide website. GetYourGuide guarantees a full refund if canceled up to 24 hours before the event.
  3. Tickets can be purchased in advance on the official website of Parc Güell in Barcelona. This can only be done in English. After purchasing tickets for site return, change of date and time is not allowed.

Tickets in any place are sold only for a specific date and time. Now, due to covid, the number of visitors to the park is limited to 1400 people per hour, so 9Buy 0005 in the high tourist season even before your trip to Barcelona, ​​so that you definitely get a ticket. It is only important to remember that tickets for a specific date and time, at other times the ticket is not valid.

It is not necessary to print the ticket, you can show it on the smartphone screen.

You can enter the park within 30 minutes from the start of your session. For example, if your ticket is for 9-00, then you can enter the park from 9-00 to 9-30. You can stay in the park as long as you like, the duration of the visit is not limited.

How much are Park Güell tickets

The table shows the official park prices in euros for the 2023 season. Different ticket agencies may have their own surcharge, they take it for additional services – such as the possibility of returning a ticket or a bus to the entrance to the park.

Children from

years old 9 0

Categories of persons Price for all
Adult 10
Children aged 7 to 12 7
Over 65 years old 7
Card holders 9MUHBA entrance or Ruta0 del Modernisme

Disabled person and attendant 7

Park Güell ticket offices

You can also buy a ticket right in the park, but there is a fair amount of queue and your time to visit the park can be 3-4 hours after buying a ticket, in the high season in a few days. Standing in line at 35°C in the sun itself is not the most pleasant pastime.

Queue to the park in July

What can be seen in Park Güell with a ticket

The ticket allows you to visit the most interesting part of the park, with architectural extravagances, only the forest and the Mount of Three Crosses are free.

The arrows on the park plan indicate the entrances to the paid part with tickets. The time from 6:00 to 9:30 and from 19:00 to 23:00 is reserved for visiting by local residents, for them, with special non-transferable cards, admission is free.

Plan, map of Park Güell with paid and free zones

How to get to Park Güell

Park Güell stretches on the slope of Mount Carmel from the foot to the very top, which offers a beautiful view of the city and the sea on one side and Mount Tibidabo on the other side.

You can take the metro and take the green line L3 to the Vallcarca or Lesseps stations (1220 m to the main entrance to the park). Then you have to walk up the hill, other methods are not provided.

From the Vallcarca metro station, it takes about 15 minutes to walk to the park, there is an escalator on Baixada de la Glòria, since the uphill climb in this place is 25%. After the escalator, you can walk to the very top of the park, where a stone cross is installed, in this place it is already close, or go down to the entrance to the paid part of the park.

Particularly steep sections have escalators, like in our metro

In addition, buses pass by Park Güell
Bus no. H6 and no. there is also an escalator.

Bus number 24: from Plaça Catalunya (line 24-Paral lel/El Carmel) the bus will take the famous Passeig de Gracia to Carretera Carmel-Park Güell, this bus comes closest to the central entrance of the park.

Barselona Bus Turistic makes a stop next to the park, but from this stop you will have to walk a little up to the main entrance about 670 m. Barcelona tycoon Eusebi Güell purchased this building site. Here it was supposed to build luxurious houses for the bourgeoisie. At first, the infrastructure and a couple of sample houses were built, but no one wanted to buy plots here due to the remoteness of the place from the city center.

Therefore, Gaudi himself settled in one of the houses on the slopes of Mount Carmel. Now there is a museum in his house. Thus, it was an unsuccessful business project that did not bring profit to the investor. The infrastructure of the unbuilt quarter became, in fact, the famous Park Güell. After the death of Gaudi, the park went to the city.

Paid part of the park

Entrance to the Park Güell

The former central entrance to the park is framed by two gingerbread houses almost toy, now it is the exit from the park. The administration of the quarter should have been located in the house with the cross, and the doorkeeper should have lived in another house.

The gatekeeper’s house at the entrance to the park

For some reason, it is believed that the gatekeeper’s house has the shape of a mushroom, but it did not seem so to me. The house gives the impression of a fairy tale, but it does not look like a mushroom at all.

Gingerbread house at the entrance to the park Gingerbread house at the entrance, view from the balcony on the Nature Square

Then there is a staircase leading up to the hall of a hundred columns, past a salamander or a lizard made of colored mosaic. The lizard has a full house, it is almost invisible because of people trying to take pictures against its background. The lizard has become the trademark of the park, and of the whole of Barcelona. Gaudi’s lizards were replicated for souvenirs, pendants, earrings, T-shirts, postcards and other similar products.

The Central Staircase of Park GüellThe gatekeeper’s house in Park Güell, view from the balcony

In fact, there are only 86 columns in the Hall of a Hundred Columns, but it doesn’t matter.

Hall of a Hundred ColumnsHypostyle HallDetails of decoration of the ceiling, mosaicsOriginal bench

The famous snake bench, which has a curve in the shape of a human back, crowns the Hall of a Hundred Columns from above. The bench is finished with fragments of ceramic tiles, i.e. almost construction waste. They say Gaudi made a bend specifically for the back, he seated one of his workers and sculpted the back of the bench.

Snake BenchNature Square, Snake Bench

Previously, when the park was free, the bench was actively taken away for souvenirs, now this phenomenon has decreased several times, but has not disappeared.

Directly from this terrace you can see the Nature Square and the snake bench. The stone columns resemble the shape of nearby palm trees.

Alley of stone palms

Stone terraces are not only an excellent decoration of the park, but also very functional. They create shade and coolness on the slope of a bald mountain, which is very pleasant on a hot summer day. In addition, most musicians and photographers work on these terraces.

Stone vases

Gaudí House Museum

The most typical elements of Gaudí’s buildings are displayed around the Gaudí House. If you don’t have time to see the originals, located in different parts of Barcelona, ​​then there is a chance to see a lot in Park Güell. A museum has been opened in Gaudi’s house, furniture from the house of Mila is exhibited there. Tickets must be purchased online in advance.

Gaudí’s House in Park GüellArchitectural details of GaudíDecor element of the Sagrada Familia

Musical ensembles and just solo artists perform on the stone terraces. Indian groups manage to cover all of Europe, they also perform at our house in St. Petersburg, and sometimes right next to my house near the subway on the outskirts.

Indian musiciansPhotographing with pigeons

Numerous photographers also make money on the terraces. And the police take pictures of couples in love against the backdrop of the park absolutely free.

Free part of the park

At the highest point of the park stands the Chapel topped with three crosses. The chapel is reminiscent of ancient watchtowers or even Druid temples. Only the most persistent tourists reached it in the thirty-degree heat.

Hill of Three Crosses in Park Güell

The Hill of Three Crosses itself is located almost at the top of the park, so there are panoramic views of Barcelona from there. There, in the distance, you can see the Sagrada Familia with construction cranes.

Panorama of Barcelona from the hill of three crosses

Naturally, such a touristic place is full of illegal souvenirs, jewelry and cold water dealers. In the store they buy water for 10 cents, and at the very top of the park it already costs 2 €.

Merchants on the mountain in Park Güell

Our people, as always, cannot but leave traces, inscriptions in Russian are present even on agave leaves.

Aloe with Russian inscriptions. In addition to lizards, the park is also full of budgerigars, they chirp merrily in the branches of palm trees. Parrots have not been found in Barcelona before, these are the descendants of indoor birds that flew out of the windows, it’s just that the climate of Barcelona suited the budgerigars and they multiplied.

Lizard in Park Güell

Park Güell is absolutely stunning, very unusual and unlike anything else. You can visit it, both for a fee and for free.

My review of visiting the park

I don’t even know what this miracle of landscape design and architecture can be compared with at the same time. We have seen quite a few different parks in St. Petersburg (this is the place of our permanent residence), Versailles Park, Linderhof Park in Bavaria, Vigeland Sculpture Park in Oslo, but none of them resembles Park Güell even remotely. This is an Art Nouveau park, I don’t know if there is another Art Nouveau park anywhere else in the world, some call Park Güell the park of the future.

I visited Parc Güell twice in 2012 and 2015. Since my first visit, the park has become paid, but fortunately not all. I can even understand why the Barcelona municipality made a paid entrance to the Monumental zone for tourists, residents of the surrounding area can, as before, visit the entire park for free. But until 2017, it was also possible to get into this limited zone for free – either in the morning or in the evening – respectively BEFORE or AFTER the ticket pass begins / ends.

In 2012, so many people walked through the park that it was almost impossible to see the famous Gaudí lizard. They constantly took pictures with her, there was a crowd of people waiting around, but all this pandemonium was present only on the lower tiers. The higher you climb, the less people, although this does not apply to the very top of the park. There, next to the three crosses, many photo sessions are held. It’s scary to stand on the edge, there is no fence there.

Since October 2013, paid entrance has been made to the smallest, most beautiful part of the park with the main staircase, the famous snake bench, and the Hypostyle Hall. And on my second visit in 2015, we did not buy a ticket, the paid zone was perfectly visible from the free ones.

Paid part of Park Güell from 2013 to 2017

After 2017, Park Güell became completely paid, you can visit only the forest part with the Mount of Three Crosses for free. Everything that you see in the picture for 2023 is considered a paid zone. Those. Tourists must buy a ticket, there is no other way out.

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