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Tickets for Park Güell

Barcelona's favorite park, designed by Gaudí

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Smartphone tickets accepted
Park Güell accepts digital tickets
WiFi
Monumental Zone only
Starting time
As stated in the voucher
Best time to visit
Between 10:00 and 16:00

Highlights

  • Get digital tickets for Park Güell - Antoni Gaudí's fantastical outdoor park, full of flamboyant Modernist touches for which the architect is justly famous
  • Explore this UNESCO World Heritage Site at your own pace (packing picnic supplies is highly recommended)
  • The views of Barcelona's highlights (including Gaudí's Sagrada Familia) from this park are absolutely spectacular

Description

Flamboyant yet subtle, Park Güell is Gaudí’s fanciful imagination on a large scale: an entire park. Perched above Barcelona, Güell features lush gardens, quirky buildings, and all kinds of fanciful details. From the lizard at the entrance, to the famous snaking Serpent Bench the details will put a smile on your face. A visit to Park Güell is a chance to get outdoors in sunny Barcelona and enjoy some of Gaudí's finest work. That's a win-win proposition!

From the manmade walls, roads, and walkways that mimic natural forms, to the exuberant buildings and colorful tile work, Park Güell is basically a Gaudí theme park.

There's a magic mosaic lizard watching over the entrance, behind which sit two quirky gingerbread-style houses. And the deeper in you go, the kookier it gets.

Originally envisioned as a gated community for aristocrats, Count Eusebi Güell's housing project was a flop. In what we'd now call a 'pivot', Güell put Gaudí to work creating a park, and in 1926 Park Güell was opened to the public. It was an immediate hit. (If at first you don't succeed...)

From the forest of stone columns swaying like punchdrunk boxers, to the famous Serpent Bench winding along the perimeter, to the house which Gaudí himself lived in for the last twenty years of his life, this UNESCO World Heritage Site is a riot of color, and a festival of fanciful forms.

NOTE: Access to the Casa Gaudí Museum (Gaudí's former home in Park Güell), requires a separate ticket.

Address

Park Güell
Carrer d'Olot, 08024, Barcelona

What's included?

  • Entrance to Park Güell - Monumental Zone
  • Casa del Guarda in Carrer Olot - due to questions of limited space we cannot actually guarantee you'll be able to get into the building.
  • Casa Gaudí Museum

Additional information

Opening Hours

  • 30 October - 26 March: 08:30 - 18:15, last admission at 17:30
  • 27 March - 1 May: 08:00 - 20:30, last admission at 19:30
  • 2 May - 28 August: 08:00 - 21:30, last admission at 20:30
  • 29 August - 29 October 29: 08:00 - 20:30, last admission at 19:30

Getting There

Barcelona is quite hilly and the way to the park is no different. Make sure to wear comfortable shoes and bring a bottle of water.

  • From the Vallcarca stop on line 3 (green), it’s a 15-minute walk. Take the escalator on Baixada de la Glòria, then go to the entrance on Passatge de Sant Josep de la Muntanya
  • From the Lesseps stop on line 3 (green), it’s a 15-minute walk. Head towards the entrance on Passatge de Sant Josep de la Muntanya and take the escalator

Common questions

What do these tickets include?
In general, every ticket includes a single entrance to the venue in combination with other services depending on the product you choose. Please check the section Whats included on this page to know more about what your tickets include.
Are there special discounts for different age groups/students or teachers?
Discounts for different age groups vary per product. You can find discount related information in the Important information section during checkout. When choosing your tickets, check for ticket types with discounted prices. For example, some products have a ticket type 'Child', which is specifically for children. Remember to bring a valid ID to the venue if you've purchased a discounted ticket.
What payment methods do Tiqets support?
We support popular payment methods used across the globe, notably Visa, Mastercard, Paypal, Alipay and iDeal. Some payment options are specific to the language and currency combination you use when ordering tickets.
Do I have to print these tickets?
Most venues allow you to enter by simply showing your tickets on your smartphone. Very few require printed tickets. See the section titled 'Using these tickets'.

Customer reviews

Catharine, Spain
Apr 18, 2017
You should not leave Barcelona without visiting Parc Guell. Book your tickets on line for the Monumental Zone--the only part of the park that requires a ticket. And make sure you have energy to walk and explore!
Claire, United Kingdom
Apr 18, 2017
Easy to use and worth going to visit
KILACH, Romania
Apr 18, 2017
Very nice, magnific
Annie Anouk, Netherlands
Apr 17, 2017
Must see!
Isabelle, United Kingdom
Apr 17, 2017
It was great but I would warn visitors to pre book as many people turned up without tickets and couldn't get in.
Anonymous
Apr 16, 2017
Beautiful views amazing architecture
carlos, Mexico
Apr 14, 2017
Excellent
Paul, United Kingdom
Apr 14, 2017
The app worked well and all went smoothly.
We did find they closed up the and took the barriers down at 8:30 pm so anyone could go in the park for free but you were limited by day light and lots of turned up so free isn't always best
Mary, Canada
Apr 14, 2017
Very well organised -controlling the numbers entering the Park made the Park acceptable comfortable for walking around.
Nóra, Hungary
Apr 12, 2017
A must-see. :)