Park Guell Tickets 


9.30 am to 6 pm


Doric Temple


C/ d'Olot, Gràcia, 08024


1 hour

Best time to visit

Early Morning

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Top Tickets for Park Guell

Different types of tickets are available for visiting Park Güell in Barcelona, each offering various options to suit different preferences and needs.

Park Guell Entry Ticket



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1.5 – 2 hrs.

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Park Guell Guided Tour



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75 min

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Sagrada Familia and Park Güell Guided Tour



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4.5 – 5 hrs.

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Park Güell and Gaudí Experience Tickets  



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3.5 – 4 hrs.

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Barcelona Pass



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Mobile Ticket

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Hop On Hop Off Bus Tour Barcelona



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Mobile Ticket

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Which ticket for Park Guell suits you the best?

Short on time?


Park Guell skip-the-line ticket

Ticket Price: €14

If you are short on time or a solo traveler, choose skip-the-line tickets at Park Güell to avoid the long in-person ticket lines.

This ticket is the most popular choice for those wanting to enjoy the architecture of Park Guell at their own pace.

You can spend as much time as you want to explore the essence of Gaudí’s creativity and enjoy the views of Barcelona from above.

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Park Guell Guided Tour

Ticket Price: €25

By purchasing this Park Guell guided tour, you can ask questions, interact with the guide, and receive personalized attention throughout the visit. 

Indeed, guided tours often cost slightly more than regular tickets but offer additional benefits such as expert guidance and skip-the-line access.

This tour lasts 75 minutes, and your journey will end by strolling through the park and up the hill to Nature Square. 

On a Budget?


Park Guell Combo Tickets

Ticket Price: €87

If you want to visit two attractions for the price of one, combo tickets to Park Guell can be your best option.

You can combine your visit with Casa Mila, Casa Batllo, and Sagrada Familia and choose your preferred time at each attraction.

If you book your Park Guell visit with Sagrada Familia, you will not have to worry about transportation.

For those on a budget trip to Barcelona or traveling solo, this ticket is perfect for exploring two famous landmarks together.

About Park Guell

Park Güell was officially opened as a public park in 1926. Initially, it was intended to be a housing development, but only two houses were built due to economic difficulties. 

The rest of the land was converted into a public park.

Today, it features colorful mosaics, intricate stonework, and organic shapes that blend seamlessly into the natural surroundings.

One of the standout features is the Trencadis style, a unique mosaic crafted from tiny shards of broken ceramic adorning the park’s structures and pathways. 

If you appreciate beauty and modern architecture, visiting Park Güell is a must for an unforgettable experience in Barcelona.

Plan Your Visit to Park Guell


Park Güell’s current opening hours are from 9.30 am to 7.30 pm.
The low season runs from November to February, and guides work shortened days and an early park closure of 5.30 p.m. 

It is advisable to arrive at the park more than one hour before the official closing time, as the last entrance is one hour before closing. 

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Address: Gràcia, 08024 Barcelona, Spain
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Park Guell is located in the Gracia district of Barcelona, Spain. It is known for its unique architecture and beautiful views of the city. 

You can take the bus, metro, or taxi from Placa Catalunya to Park Guell. 

By Bus: Carretera del Carmel-Park Güell, which lies directly across the park’s main entrance, is the destination for bus routes 24 and 92.
Travessera de Dalt is the stop for bus routes H6 and D40, a 10-minute walk away.

By Metro: Ride the L3 green line. You can get off at Vallcarca station or Lesseps station.

By Car: The BSM Travessera de Dalt – Park Güell parking lot is where you can park if you drive to Park Güell. Remember to reserve your spot before.

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There are three entrances to Park Güell:

Carrer de Larrard: Carrer de Larrard and Carrer d’Olot connect to serve as the park’s primary entrance.

Carretera del Carmel: This entry is beside the tourist coach parking area (notice that this parking area is reserved for groups and is not open to the public).

Av. del Santuari de Sant Josep de la Muntanya: You can avoid much of the hill climb by utilizing one of the three accessible escalators to get to this entrance.

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How can you miss the Spanish delicacies if you are visiting Barcelona? The food there is something to die for. 

Here is a list of some top restaurants near Park Guell where you can enjoy the best homemade food with views of Barcelona.

La Salut: This eatery is well-known for its Spanish and Mediterranean cuisine. La Salut is a little restaurant ideal for a leisurely lunch after touring Park Güell.

Restaurant Carmen: Known for its tapas and Catalan food, Restaurant Carmen is in the Gràcia area.

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  • Visitors must stick to authorized trails and paths.
  • There are places in the park where smoking is not permitted.
  • Bicycles, skateboards, and other equipment are prohibited.
  • Visitors are forbidden to have picnics in prohibited areas.
  • To prevent damage, visitors should show respect for the artwork, sculptures, and architectural features by staying off of them and not climbing on them.
  • Dispose of rubbish in the appropriate containers.
  • Follow the guidelines and directives if you want to participate in a guided tour to enjoy a seamless and educational experience.
  • 400 tickets for Park Guell are sold every half hour, so we recommend you book your tickets a few months in advance. 
  • The entry time on the ticket specifies a 30-minute grace period; for example, a 10 am ticket enables admission until 10.30 am. So, don’t panic.
  • Remember, once a ticket has been validated, it cannot be used to re-enter the premises. So, leave the premises only after fully exploring the park.
  • If you want to visit Park Guell and Sagrada Familia, we suggest you take advantage of inexpensive combination guided tours.

Highlights of Park Guell

Hypostyle Room

The Hypostyle Room was originally designed to be the marketplace for the residential estate that Gaudi had planned for Park Guell, but the overall project was never fully developed.

Gaudí’s masterful architectural design is now displayed in this vast hall with distinctive Doric columns. 

This amazing room has 86 fluted columns, and the benches in the room make for great spots from which to observe the famous dragon fountain and the entry pavilion.

Gardens of Austria

When Park Güell opened to the public, the area now known as Austria’s Gardens—which had previously been set aside for urban plots—became a municipal nursery. 

Named for the tree that Austria donated for the 1977 “Vienna in Barcelona” exhibition, the park features two houses in the middle and gives panoramic views.

Park Guell Lizard (El Darc)

Introducing ‘El Drac,’ the famous mosaic salamander in Park Güell, represents Barcelona. 

This masterpiece, which is at the entrance to the park, is made of brick and decorated with Gaudí’s trademark Trecandís style. 

The compelling expression of Gaudí’s repeating serpentine curves and trecandís at Park Güell makes it the perfect venue for showcasing his artistic ideas.

Nature Square

Originally meant to be a Greek Theatre, Nature Square is now a picturesque promenade with expansive views.

Now known as Plaça de la Natura, it has a man-made plaza that is partially carved out of rock and sits atop the Hypostyle Hall. 

Encircled by a bank covered in trencadís and a retaining wall featuring capitals inspired by palm trees, this is a charming location for leisure and photography.

Gaudi House Museum

The Gaudi House Museum, also known as Casa Museu Gaudi, is a historic home museum located within Park Guell in Barcelona, Spain. 

It was the residence of Antoni Gaudi for almost 20 years, from 1906 until the end of 1925. 

The museum houses a collection of furniture, objects, and memorabilia designed by Gaudi himself while living in the house. .

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