|Antoni Gaudí Park Güell Entrance Dragon Fountain|
Park Güell was commissioned by Eusebi Güell who wanted to create a stylish park for Barcelona aristocracy.
|Antonio Gaudí Park Güell - large organic looking columns made from stone.|
The Park Güell express entry tickets are included FREE with the Barcelona City Pass. Click here to learn more.
The park contains amazing stone structures (see below), stunning tiling and fascinating buildings. You can see from this picture the Gaudí dragon fountain that is at the entrance to Güell Park. This dragon is adorned in beautiful coloured tiling and there is something rather hypnotic and magical about it.
The Park Guell is open as usual however the Bus Guëll that was included with your Park Guëll entry tickets to take you from Metro station Alfons X (Yellow line, L4) is not operating. We have provided detailed COVID-19 information regarding the Park Guell at the bottom of the page.
Here you can see a walkway supported by twisting rock pillars that seem to be growing out of the ground like tree trunks. Although these are rather irregular in shape they do feel strangely natural too.
Gaudí was strongly influenced by natural shapes and used them in his work.
|The Gatehouse at the entrance to Park Guell|
At the top of Güell Park is a terraced area where you get a wonderful view of the park and of Barcelona City. Here you will find multi-coloured tiled mosaic seats as shown in this picture. The vibrant colours of the tiles are truly breathtaking.
|Gaudi ceramic Mosaic in Park Guell|
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|Antoni Gaudí Güell Park - mosaic seating area adorned with multi-coloured tiles|
|Park Güell by Antoni Gaudí The house in which Gaudí lived is now a museum.|
Park Güell also has a small house in the park which Gaudí lived in at one stage. The house has now been converted into a museum and contains interesting furniture also designed by Gaudí.
If you're visiting the park by metro be prepared for at least a 20 minutes walk. The last 200 m walk is up a steep hill. If you have difficulties going up steep steps then a taxi or bus may be a better means of transport. You'll find bus information at the tourist information office at Plaça de Catalunya.
Due to Park Güell's location and size you'll need to schedule at least half a day for a visit to Güell Park but it will be well worth the visit.
Carrer de les Carolines, 18 - 24
Carrer Larrard, 41
Carretera del Carmel, 23A
Metro stop "Lesseps" (Green Line, L3) On leaving the metro follow the street signposts for the park.
Hop on hop off sightseeing tourist bus stop
Nearest stop for Park Güell is "Park Güell" with the "hop on hop off" sightseeing bus
Parc Güell: 24, 92
Olot / Marianao: 116
CAP Larrard: 24, 32, H6
Opening hours for Park Güell
|01 January - 12 February||09:30 - 17:30|
|13 February - 27 March||09:30 - 18:00|
|28 March - 30 October||09:30 - 19:30|
|31 October - 31 December||09:30 - 17:30|
Entrance fee to Park Güell
The entrance fee gives access to the area of the of the park where the majority of Gaudí's creations are situated. These include the ceramic seating areas, ceramic walls and the pillars seating area pillars.
Location map showing the attractions in the paid entry area of Park Güell
The entrance tickets do not give access to the Gaudí house museum in the park. Tickets for the Gaudí house museum can be purchased separately at the house entrance itself.
1. At the entrances to Park Güell
2. At the ATMs outside Park Güell
3. Lesseps or Vallcarca metro stations
Children 7 - 12 years: €7.00
Infants 0 - 6 years: €0.00
Over 65 years: €7.00
Visitor with a disability: €7.00
There are some parts of the park that are free to enter however you will miss the best of Park Güell if you decide not to pay for entrance tickets.
Book your tickets online
Follow the link below to find out how you can go on a walking tour around Park Güell led by a professional guide. The guide will take you around the most interesting parts of Gaudí's park along with giving you invaluable insights on Gaudí's creations in the park. This walking tour is only available in English language.
What are the COVID-19 safety measures at the Park Guell?
- Safety distances must be kept even if the Park is an open space.
- The capacity of the Park Monumental Area has been reduced, including in the most visited areas of the Park Guell such as the Dragon staircase.
- There is hydro alcoholic gel available at all the entrances of the Park Guell
- The cleaning and disinfection of areas frequently used such as the rest rooms has been increased
- The capacity of the most visited areas of the Park such as the Dragon Staircase is regulated to avoid crowds.