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Park Guell Admission Ticket

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  • Explore Park Güell, the fantastical gardens designed by Antoni Gaudí
  • Bypass long lines with your prepaid admission ticket
  • No risk of being turned away if tickets sell out
Park Guell Admission Ticket
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Avoid long lines and the risk of tickets selling out with prepaid admission to Park Güell. The number of park visits is strictly controlled and the weather can make waiting outside for tickets unbearable. Your ticket guarantees easy access to Antoni Gaudí’s creative masterpiece, with its iconic Dragon Stairway, Greek Theater, Hypostyle Room, and views of the city and sea beyond.

What to Expect

Barcelona is a city with free-spirited vibes and unique architecture. One of its most creative aspects is the original Park Güell that watches the city from one of its hilltops. In Park Güell, the green nature meets the shapes and colors of modernist architecture. It’s one of the most crucial works of the Catalan architect, Antoni Gaudí. While the greater part of the park is public, the cluster of principal architectural elements by the main entrance (the monumental zone) has been ticketed. This is because the interest in this Barcelona park grew unsustainable. So, today, the number of daily visitors is strictly controlled.

Park Guell is on the top of the must-see list of many visitors. Hence, the queues are ever-present and tickets often sold out. Furthermore, queuing by the park box office means stay at the mercy of whimsical Barcelonian climate; Standing on a hill, the sunshine feels twice as hot and wind twice as chilling. 

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1 - 5 of 23 reviews

Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Not bad but not good

You better buy tickets online to avoid the unavailable tickets, also if you book around anytime like 0530pm, you are able to enter till 0559pm, only 29 min delay time possible. I liked their system, also the money not really worth it, i just loved...More

1  Thank wesal2014
Reviewed 1 week ago
Amazing views and architecture.

Park Guell is an amazing and unique place in Barcelona. Summer is peak season, the park was a bit crowded but still enjoyable. Bring water, sunscreen and your camera!

Thank Daniel C
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Online tickets

Don’t buy the tickets from any of the online services except the official site. TripAdvisor sends you to the most expensive ones which is double the normal price. The normal price for an adult is 8.5eu. Anything else is a scam.

8  Thank Miorta
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Good for Instagram otherwise meh

My sisters and I visited the park on the last day of our holiday. I was quite underwhelmed if I’m honest because I had seen great pictures online. The place was partly closed off for construction work and the Park Guell shop was wildly overpriced....More

3  Thank JMOTG
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
under repair

The park's iconic area of white porcelain (?) by the benches is undergoing repair. We were able to enjoy the beautiful mosaic benches, but not the whole scene. The views were wonderful. It was not the value we expected, but I am still glad we...More

3  Thank bettymaude2018
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Natasha S
August 1, 2018|
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Response from Ric271940 | Reviewed this property |
Yup! You could spend a couple of hours or all day depending on your level of interest.
Michele B
July 12, 2018|
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Response from bananas022 | Reviewed this property |
I have gone there. I found that you could read about on-line and then just go to it. I don't really think you need a tour. It is interesting but there isn't a whole lot of info. Just my opinion.