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Park Guell

Carrer d'Olot 5, 08024 Barcelona, Spain
+34 902 20 03 02
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Park Guell is one of the masterpieces of the Catalan architect Antoni Gaudi, who projected it in 1900. Inaugurated as a public park in 1926, it was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1984, reconizing its patrimonial and cultural value as a symbol of modern architecture, being one of the biggest exponents of Gaudi's modernism. This playful urban park, the work of architect Antoni Gaudi, features peaceful greens, winding paths and many sculptures and mosaics designed by Gaudi himself. We recommend the following options for ensuring that you arrive on time at the Park Guell Monument Precinct: - Metro (green line, get off at Lesseps or Vallcarca). When you leave the station, you’ll have a walk of about 20-25 minutes. - City bus (lines H6 and 32). When you get off the bus, you’ll have a walk of about 15 minutes. - City bus (lines 92 and 24). When you get off the bus, you’ll have a walk of about 5 minutes. - Barcelona City Tour and Bus Turistic. When you get off the bus, you’ll have a walk of about 10 minutes. - Taxi to Park Guell
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“monumental zone” (565 reviews)
“free area” (261 reviews)
“steep hill” (452 reviews)
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Hours Today: 8:00 AM - 9:30 PM
Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
Carrer d'Olot 5, 08024 Barcelona, Spain
+34 902 20 03 02
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Reviewed yesterday

Parc Güell was inscribed on the Unesco World Heritage List in 1984 for its contribution to the development of architecture and building techniques at the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century and it is the second most visited monument...More

Thank 120Roxana
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

The (free area)was nice. Pre-purchasing a ticket is recommended. Once we got there, the next available opening was in 2hrs and rain was in the forecast. We struggled coming back down with the stroller (going up is easy with escalators). *Tip: take a snap or...More

Thank Krystal H
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

A remote area in Barcelona is home to Gaudi’s “living museum.” You walk into the park high on a mountaintop. All of a sudden Gaudi’s structures start showing in these beautiful small buildings, open shelters of stone give way to tile work, sculptures and decorated...More

Thank Caroline L
Reviewed yesterday

We toured Park Guell in the late afternoon to dodge the afternoon heat, it was the right decision. This complex is amazing and wonderful. Gaudi was a genius. Don't miss this park.

1  Thank Diana5101
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Great place, the free part of the park is stunning with fantastic views over the city. Parc Guell os beautiful. Make sure you book tickets online to gain entry early in the day. Also if hetting L5 from city, when you get off train take...More

Thank stevie610
Reviewed yesterday

This park is definitely worth a visit. The stone work is amazing. We also visited Gaudi's house which is in the park..

Thank Leona R
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Park Guell was one of my most anticipated sights in Barcelona. Worth every step up the hill . Entrance fee decent and staff helpfull. The beautiful architecture is as intricate as said. Cave like shelters and the centrall column rooms ceiling inspires to search for...More

Thank Gabrielė G
Reviewed yesterday

Too bad this place did not develop into the suburb that was intended, but glad it is today an open park to enjoy natural architecture.

Thank Ron B
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Great visit, really lovely park. My advice would be to book tickets online before arrival as entry to the centre of the park is limited and you may have to wait for a while otherwise. Well worth a visit

Thank Loui325
Reviewed yesterday

It was an unusual park and had some interesting design characteristics but we had seen enough of Gaudi's designs and it started to get repetitious.

Thank niner42
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Deepti T
24 September 2017|
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Response from ParkGuellOficial | Property representative |
Hi Deepti, We inform you that some people may have difficulty getting around Park Güell due to its architectural features, with flights of steps and uneven paths. However, Park Güell is accessible and there is a specific... More
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31 August 2017|
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Response from ParkGuellOficial | Property representative |
Dear RiB0n, Thank you for your interest in visiting the Monumental Area of Park Güell. Works are indeed underway, but they only affect half od the Nature Square. The other half can still be visited, and so can the rest of... More
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Nancy and Dick H
19 August 2017|
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Response from ParkGuellOficial | Property representative |
Dear Nancy, Thank you for your interest in visiting the Monumental Core of Park Güell. As folks have already mentioned (thanks to all for your comments!), the closest subway station is Lesseps or Vallcarca. However... More
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