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Tickets overview

  • Take in the fantasy and splendor of the fairy-tale Güell Park, designed by architect Antoni Gaudí

  • You'll start your journey walking through a staircase featuring Gaudí's famous dragon sculpture made of ceramic tiles

  • Enjoy the organic shapes created by the walls and walkways, and take in the magnificent views of Barcelona from Carmel Hill

  • Explore the unique Serpent Bench, which is decorated with vibrant mosaics

  • Featuring a rainbow of colors and a breathtaking view, the park is an exquisite example of Catalan Modernist architecture

  • Gaudí's masterpiece, the Sagrada Familia cathedral, with its incredibly ornate designs, is just 3 km away from the park

Güell Park is a must-see attraction in the city that draws impressive crowds. Buy your tickets in advance to give yourself peace of mind that you'll get in on your preferred day.

Choose the right Park Güell tickets for you:

  • Tickets for general admission give you access to Güell Park and its Monumental Zone

  • Get a skip-the-line ticket that includes an English or French-speaking guide and time after the tour to explore

  • Skip the line and learn about the park's history with a guided tour in English and Spanish. You can also opt for an Italian language tour

  • See Gaudí's monumental Sagrada Familia Cathedral and Park Güell with a combi ticket, which includes fast-track entrance and a guided tour at both sites

General information:

  • If you are a resident of the surrounding area, you may be eligible for free admission to the park

  • Park Güell has a free web app you can use to access the audio guide

  • Leashed pets are welcome except in these areas of the park: the Nature Square, Hipostyle Room, the Dragon Stairway, the Austria Gardens, and the Laundry Room Portico

Accessibility information:

  • The majority of the park is not suitable for those with limitd mobility due to irregular paths and steep ramps. However, there are two recommended paths you can take if you have reduced mobility

  • There is parking available by the Carretera del Carmel entrance for wheelchair users, as well as wheelchairs which you can book before visiting

Park Güell FAQs

Plan to spend about 2 hours at Park Güell. This will give you plenty of time to cover all the major sections and to take some photos. Why not find a scenic spot and make a video call to a Gaudí fan? Or pack a picnic lunch among the art installations.

From 07:00 to 09:00 and from 18:00 to 122:00, Park Güell is reserved for neighbors and Gaudir Més members. You are not allowed in during these hours.

Otherwise, the park is open year-round and there's not really a bad time to visit, but if want to avoid the crowds, try going early in the morning, and during the cooler months from October to April.

There are no restaurants inside Park Güell, just one rather expensive café, which doesn't come too highly recommended. If you're looking for nearby dining options, see our blog on The Top 5 Restaurants Near Park Güell.

Most of the parking spaces around Park Güell are in the green zone, which is reserved exclusively for residents. If you're coming by car, you can use the BSM Travessera de Dalt - Park Güell car park. Booking in advance is recommended.

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Habakkala,  Australia Australia
21 Sep 2023
It is well spent bucks guys and Gina, our tour guide was simply the best. She is very friendly and knowledgeable. Speaking very good English on top of Spanish. Highly recommend..!
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Mark,  Australia Australia
22 Sep 2023
The jump the queue option is great. The app for the audio tour wouldn’t load correctly. May have been my fault but they didn’t seem to be a reset. Overall a good experience. Be prepared to walk and climb.
The jump the queue option is great. The app for the audio tour wouldn’t load correctly. May have been my fault but they didn’t seem to be a reset. Overall a good experience. Be prepared to walk and climb.
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Jörg,  Germany Germany
05 Sep 2023
The ticket ordering and entry went very well. We took a nice walk through the park and admired Gaudi's work. The disadvantage is, that there is only one toilet facility in the whole Park.
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About: Park Güell

Park Güell is Gaudí's fantasy-fuelled park in Carmel Hill, Barcelona. Walk amongst fantastic creations built in Gaudí's special brand of Catalan Modernism and enjoy panoramic views of Barcelona. Don't miss out on this quintessential Barcelona experience.

Wednesday 09:30 - 19:30
Thursday 09:30 - 19:30
Friday 09:30 - 19:30
Saturday 09:30 - 19:30
Sunday 09:30 - 19:30
Monday 09:30 - 19:30
Tuesday 09:30 - 19:30
Park Güell
Carrer d'Olot, 11, 08024, Barcelona
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