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Gaudí Güell Pavilions in Barcelona

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The Gaudí Güell Pavilions were designed and constructed between 1884 to 1887. It was built by the famous architect Antoni Gaudí for the Güell family. Eusebi Güell wanted to extend his family’s estate and decided to appoint Gaudí to work on the project.

Location map showing the walking routes to Gaudí Güell Pavilions from the nearest metro stops.

Gaudi Guell Pavilions Location Map

Maria Cristina Metro
Palau Reial Metro
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Below you will find the address, contact telephone, nearest metro stop, nearest metro, parking, opening hours, entrance fee and link to the official website of the Gaudi Guell Pavilions.

Gaudí Güell Pavilions
Avinguda de Pedralbes, 7
08028 Barcelona, España.

Tel: +34 93 317 7652


How to get to Gaudí Güell Pavilions

MetroMetro: Maria Cristina (Green Line, L3)


Hop on hop off sightseeing tourist bus stop

Nearest stop for Gaudí Güell Pavilions is "Plaça Pius XII, Palau Reial i Monestir Pedralbes" with the Barcelona City Tour "hop on hop off" sightseeing bus


Public bus

Plaça Pius XII: 63, 78
Plaça Pius XII / Avinguda Pedralbes: 113
Diagonal / Plaça Pius XII: 67, 75
Diagonal / Avinguda Joan XXIII: 7, 33


Car parking

Car Park Car parking near Gaudí Güell Pavilions


Opening hours:
Monday - Sunday: 10:00 - 16:00
Closed: 01 January and 06 January, 25 December and 26 December

Entrance fee:  €5.00


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