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Park Guell Admission Ticket

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  • Explore Park Güell, the fantastical gardens designed by Antoni Gaudí
  • Bypass long lines with your prepaid admission ticket
  • No risk of being turned away if tickets sell out
Park Guell Admission Ticket
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Purchasing our Barcelona Park Guell tickets online guarantees you will enter Gaudis park without delay.
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Avoid long lines and the risk of tickets selling out with prepaid admission to Park Güell. The number of park visits is strictly controlled and the weather can make waiting outside for tickets unbearable. Your ticket guarantees easy access to Antoni Gaudí’s creative masterpiece, with its iconic Dragon Stairway, Greek Theater, Hypostyle Room, and views of the city and sea beyond.

What to Expect

Barcelona is a city with free-spirited vibes and unique architecture. One of its most creative aspects is the original Park Güell that watches the city from one of its hilltops. In Park Güell, the green nature meets the shapes and colors of modernist architecture. It’s one of the most crucial works of the Catalan architect, Antoni Gaudí. While the greater part of the park is public, the cluster of principal architectural elements by the main entrance (the monumental zone) has been ticketed. This is because the interest in this Barcelona park grew unsustainable. So, today, the number of daily visitors is strictly controlled.

Park Guell is on the top of the must-see list of many visitors. Hence, the queues are ever-present and tickets often sold out. Furthermore, queuing by the park box office means stay at the mercy of whimsical Barcelonian climate; Standing on a hill, the sunshine feels twice as hot and wind twice as chilling. 

Reviews (65)
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago
A magic experience.

I highly recommend to everyone visiting Barcelona to visit Park Guell. This is a real magic by a great architect and incredible genius. Buying time bound ticket online in advance will make your life easier, since you will not wait in a queue to buy...More

Date of experience: November 2018
1  Thank ulvi_116
Reviewed 3 November 2018 via mobile

Park Guell was great! Amazing Gaudi design throughout the park and beautiful nature trails as well. Check your tickets carefully—tickets booked through TripAdvisor are through as separate travel Company and cannot be picked up at the park, but at a business a few blocks away....More

3  Thank amichelini
Reviewed 29 October 2018
Park Guell a masterpiece of a garden

We had a fabulous day at Park Guell. The gardens are very beautiful and the views from the top amazing, but the highlight is the fabulous mosaics in the middle part of the gardens. They are so beautiful and colourful.

Date of experience: October 2018
2  Thank LESLEY H
Reviewed 28 October 2018
Buying the ticket from site to get in quickly

When we showed up at 12:00, the next ticket was for 19:00. Well worth it to buy in advance as the place is packed!! too many people and lots of small queues to take pictures. I visited 20 years ago and it was peaceful and...More

Date of experience: October 2018
Thank Palyhendro22
Reviewed 25 October 2018 via mobile
Absolutely gorgeous. Well worth the visit

We had such a lovely time. We spent 3 hours at the park in total visiting both the free part of the park and the paid part. It’s well worth paying to see the park as it has most of goudis work in it and...More

3  Thank mumoffivekids
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2 November 2018|
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Response from davidromana | Reviewed this property |
Your best option is take the tour bus, that is the easiest way, you get off at the park or ask the bus driver, that tour gives you the opportunity to see other points of interest along the route and make choices about what... More
12 September 2018|
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Response from bananas022 | Reviewed this property |
There is waking but it isn't really big. We did a tour but I think you can do it without a tour. You can go at your own pace. If you read a little first you will be able to learn about it. We took a taxi to get there. Have... More
17 August 2018|
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Response from Voyage564393 | Reviewed this property |
Why on earth did you buy them? It’s a building site!