Gaudi Crypt and Colonia Güell Barcelona 2023
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Gaudí Crypt & Colonia Guëll Tickets
Gaudí Crypt & Colonia Guëll Tickets
From € 10.00

Tickets for the Gaudí Crypt and Colonia Güell

Explore one of Gaudí's little-known works

Colonia Güell, is located in Santa Coloma de Cervelló, around 20 kilometres south-west of Barcelona. Easily accessible, it is a popular destination for visitors interested in Gaudí's architecture and the region's industrial history. The crypt of the Colònia Güell has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2005.

Tickets Gaudí Crypt and Colonia Güell, guided tours, transport from Barcelona

Billets Crypte et Colonie Güell

Crypt and Colonia Güell tickets

35 minutes from Barcelona.

Explore Gaudí's famous Crypt and visit the Colonia Guëll, the workers' village where textiles were produced at the end of the 19th century. The ticket includes:

> Access to the Crypt

> Access to Gaudí's Colonia Guëll

> Audioguide in German, English, Catalan, Korean, Spanish, French, Italian, Japanese and Russian.

From € 10.00
Billets Crypte et Colonie Güell avec Transport

Gaudí Crypt and Colonie Güell tickets with Transport

From Barcelona by train

Every day from 10am to 1pm, take the train from Barcelona to the Colonia Guëll. The ticket includes:

> Return train ticket from Barcelona

> Access to the Gaudí Crypt

> Access to Colonia Guëll

> Audioguide in German, English, Catalan, Korean, Spanish, French, Italian, Japanese and Russian.

From € 14.40
Visite guidée Crypte de Gaudí et Colonia Güell

Gaudí Crypt and Colonia Güell guided tour

In Spanish or Catalan

Discover Gaudí's Crypt and visit the Colonia Guëll with a local guide.
Ticket includes:

> Access to the Crypt

> Access to Gaudí's Colonia Guëll

> Catalan or Spanish-speaking guide.

From € 13.00

Tickets Gaudí Crypt and Colonia Güell

What the ticket for the Gaudí Crypt and Colonie Güell includes

> Access to Gaudí's Crypt and Colonie Güell

> Audio guide in Catalan, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Russian and Spanish.

Not included in the basic package:

> Transport to and from the Colonie Guëll (another ticket includes transport from Barcelona)

Postponement and cancellation policy

> Cancel up to 23:59 the day before your visit and receive a full refund.

> To do this, select a refundable ticket when paying for your purchase.

What is the Colonia Güell?

Colonie Güell is a workers' village founded by the Catalan industrialist Eusebi Güell in the 19th century. It was used to house the workers at his textile factory. Colonia Güell was an example of what is known as a "workers' village", where business owners created villages for their employees, providing them with homes, services and social facilities. As well as housing and factories, Colonia Güell included social amenities such as a school, parish house, theatre, shop, post office and other facilities to improve the quality of life for workers. Workers' villages were particularly common during the period of industrialisation in 19th and 20th century Europe.

What is Gaudí's Crypt?

Eusebi Güell, a patron of the arts and a lover of architecture, had a long relationship with Antoni Gaudí, the brilliant Catalan architect. This relationship gave rise to the Güell Palace (1885-1889) and the Park Güell (1900-1914). The Crypt of the Colonia Güell (1898-1915) was commissioned by the patron between these two other projects. Gaudí designed the entire project for the Colonia itself, but let his collaborators build it. He was, however, the architect of what was to become the church of Santa Coloma. Due to Eusebi Güell's illness and the end of his funding, the idea of a church was abandoned in favour of a simple crypt. It is this crypt that can be visited today. 


How is the Crypt of the Colonia Güell a prefiguration of the future Sagrada Família?

The Crypt of the Colonie Güell is a foreshadowing of the future Sagrada Família, as Gaudí incorporated here for the first time virtually all the architectural innovations that would later be found in the basilica. These include the catenary arches and the hyperbolic paraboloid exterior walls. There are also similarities in the furnishings and in the ornamental elements, such as the religiously symbolic mosaics. Finally, there are similarities in the materials used: basalt and limestone stones, bricks, fired ceramics, glass, trencadis, etc. 

Video tour of the Crypt and the Colonia Güell:


Opening hours of the Gaudí Crypt and the Colonia Güell

> Monday to Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

> Saturdays and Sundays from 10am to 3pm

> Closed: 1 and 6 January and 25 and 26 December.

How to get to the Colonia Güell

Colonia Güell is just 35 minutes from the centre of Barcelona.

If you are arriving by car: Free parking is available at the Colonie entrance. The site itself is very close.
If you are arriving by train: From Barcelona take the S33, S8 or S4 to Colonia Güell. Once there, you will have to walk a little further to find the entrance to the Colony. The route is well signposted.


Address: Carrer Claudi Güell 6, 08690, Santa Coloma de Cervelló

Official website: Colonia Güell

Telephone:00 34 93 630 58 07 


Map of the Colonia Güell


An incredible day at the Colonia Güell
What an incredible day at the Colonia Güell! I came with my family, and we were all impressed by Gaudí's creativity. The children loved the crypt, and we took so many photos. The church is also a must-see. It's a great place for a family day out.
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