Reserve your ticket to Park Güell and be sure to experience a remarkable site filled with Gaudi’s works of art!
Thanks to your ticket, you can use the suhttle from the Alfons X metro stop which will bring you directly to the park entrance (in 15 minutes).
Stroll freely around Gaudi’s colourful park, one of Barcelona’s unmissable sites and a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1984. The zone is fragile and therefore subject to limited visitation in order to optimise the preservation of the site.
Spanish entrepreneur Eusebi Güell commissioned Gaudi with the project in 1900, initially wishing for a residential park similar to the English style. The park was opened to the public in 1926 to immediate success from both local inhabitants and visitors from around the world.
The park is an iconic site of Barcelona with its serpentine bench and its large mosaic salamander. From the park’s main entrance, you can also admire the dragon’s stairway that leads to the Hypostyle Room characterized by a very particular style of architecture. Marvel at this room that includes 86 columns, each one inclining at different angles.
Enjoy walking freely around the park and exploring the various alleys, pause for a break on the famous colored bench or take some picture souvenirs of the beautiful view of the city. Entry to the park is limited, giving you access to the site without a surplus of visitors.