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Palau Güell: Skip The Line

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  • Skip-the-line admission to Palau Güell
  • Access to all visitable areas of the building, including the rooftop
  • Downloadable audioguide in 13 languages (options: general, express, and kids)
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About: Palau Güell

Palau Güell was one of the first important commissions Antoni Gaudí received at the start of his career. Eusebi Güell (industrialist, politician, and patron of the arts) wanted Gaudí to build him this peculiar urban palace as an extension of the family home on La Rambla.

Today, you can book Palau Güell tickets online and visit a palace that's considered one of the masterpieces of the city's architectural landscape.

Palau Güell
3-5 Carrer Nou de la Rambla, 08001, Barcelona
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