Park Güell Tickets
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Park Güell Tickets

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Get away from it all and take a relaxing walk through Park Güell, one of Barcelona’s absolute must-sees and world heritage site since 1984. Enjoy its tranquil corners and discover the park’s monumental core, where Gaudí’s colourful architecture draws you into a fantastic world full of creativity. 

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The park has a specific itinerary adapted to people with reduced mobility. 
*Audioguide APP option: 
Available in English, French, Hebrew, German, Portuguese, Italian, Russian and Spanish.
  • The audioguide can be downloaded on your phone. It includes: 
  • Images Maps 
  • No internet required for audio playback.
 A must have audioguide for your visit in Barcelona. 

Please note
It is required to bring your own headphones with you in order to enjoy the audioguide.

Other Important information: 

Disabled and companion tickets as well as tickets for children under 7 years old have to be purchased with at least one normal adult ticket.


  • Visit Barcelona’s most famous park with its monumental core designed by Antoni Gaudí.
  • Enjoy spectacular views over Barcelona from the park’s esplanade. 
  • Have your picture taken next to Park Güell’s iconic lizard on the Dragon Stairway.

What to Expect

When construction on the park started in 1900, the area was nothing more than a rocky hill with little vegetation. Under Gaudí it turned into a playground for his boundless imagination that resulted in a very organic style of architecture, free of classic conventions and standards. 

Inspired by the English garden movement, the park had originally been planned as part of a housing site for luxury homes by Count Eusebi Güell. That in mind, Gaudí designed a magnificent entrance with two pavilions as porters lodges and the park’s iconic dragon stairway, which leads past its famous, mosaic-encrusted lizard, today probably one of Barcelona’s most popular images. The architect’s design of the market is no less spectacular with a breathtaking hypostyle hall of 86 columns, which support the weight of the above esplanade, where large open-air performances were planned to be held.

Leaving the monumental core, Gaudí’s architecture becomes more naturalistic, using local stone to integrate viaducts, porticos and roadways into the landscape. Blending these necessary functional elements with their surroundings reflect Gaudí’s search for harmony between nature and architecture and turn a stroll through the park into a journey full of surprising discoveries.

How does it work?

When you book your entrance ticket, please select the date and a time slot for your visit. The timeslot only fixes the time you enter the park. Once inside, you can stay as long as you want. 

Additional Information

  • Opening hours: 
1 January – 16 February: 8.30 am to 6.30pm
17 February – 24 March: 8.30 am to 7pm 
25 March – 29 April: 8am to 8.30pm
30 April – 26 August: 8am to 9.30pm 
27 August – 27 October: 8am to 8.30pm 
28 October – 31 December: 8.30 am to 6.30pm 
Last entrance one hour before closing time
  • Guided tours:  available in English, Catalan, Spanish, French
  • A ticket is required for the Monumental Core of Park Güell, which can be entered at four different points. 
  • Visitors have to arrive at the access control points at the assigned time stated on their tickets.

How to get there

  • By bus lines H6, 32, 24 and 92 to nearby bus stops 
  • By metro line L3 to underground station ‘Lesseps’ or ‘Vallcarca’
  • By Bus Turístic (blue line) or by the green line of Barcelona City Tour