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Address: Carrer Olot 5, 08024 Barcelona, Spain
Phone Number: +34 902 20 03 02
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8:00 am - 9:30 pm
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Sun - Sat 8:00 am - 9:30 pm
Recommended length of visit: 1-2 hours
Fee: Yes
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Park Guell is one of the masterpieces of the catalan architect Antoni...

Park Guell is one of the masterpieces of the catalan architect Antoni Gaudi, who projected it in 1900. Inaugurated as a public park in 1926, it was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1984, reconizing its patrimonial and cultural value as a symbol of modern architecture, being one of the biggest exponents of Gaudi's modernism. This playful urban park, the work of architect Antoni Gaudi, features peaceful greens, winding paths and many sculptures and mosaics designed by Gaudi himself.

We recommend the following options for ensuring that you arrive on time at the Park Guell Monument Precinct:

- Metro (green line, get off at Lesseps or Vallcarca). When you leave the station, you’ll have a walk of about 20-25 minutes.

- City bus (lines H6 and 32). When you get off the bus, you’ll have a walk of about 15 minutes.

- City bus (lines 92 and 24). When you get off the bus, you’ll have a walk of about 5 minutes.

- Barcelona City Tour and Bus Turistic. When you get off the bus, you’ll have a walk of about 10 minutes.

- Taxi to Park Guell (Carretera del Carmel or Calle de Marianao)

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Nice surroundings with spectaculair views over the city, so don't forget to charge your camera. We had to come back the other day, cause visitors are limited. But is was... read more

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Barcelona, Spain
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4 reviews
4 of 5 stars Reviewed today NEW

Nice surroundings with spectaculair views over the city, so don't forget to charge your camera. We had to come back the other day, cause visitors are limited. But is was definitely worth it, one of Barcelona's highlights in my opinion.

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3 of 5 stars Reviewed today NEW via mobile

This park is nice and all but you dont see a lot, and you need to pay 8 euros to get inside the close part of the park - my recommendation is not to pay. You see all the important things for free. Beside that, save this atraction for last and if you have spare time. Visit first the kathadral,sagrada... More 

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Johannesburg, South Africa
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed today NEW via mobile

Plan ahead for this one. The park is massive and you can spend an entire afternoon walking around taking in the sights. Pack a lunch and picnic in the gardens or just walk around and take in the atmosphere. Some areas require tickets and it's worth noting that buying these in advance will save you disappointment.

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durham
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed yesterday NEW

We used the metro to get here - from the metro you have a very steep climb although there are escalators parts are steps and a very steep hill - the park is beautiful - we really enjoyed the views and the atmosphere -although the cafe is closed in the park there are street vendors selling water (cheaper than the... More 

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Paimpont, France
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3 of 5 stars Reviewed yesterday NEW

I visited the park with a friend and two teenagers ( they're critical, are teenagers!). We took the bus on the green line/red line system, which is very good for the money - hop on hop off.... Arriving at the park after an uphill walk of 10 minutes (it's amazing how teenagers are not fond of walking too much... ).... More 

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Holmfirth, United Kingdom
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4 of 5 stars Reviewed yesterday NEW

Experience the slightly bizarre, left-field world of Gaudi in this fabulous collection of 'examples' of his ideas and architecture. An afternoon can be spent with meanderings around this fabulous park. It is a serious hike to get up there (we didn't realise there's an escalator) but it was well worth it!

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Cambridge, United Kingdom
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4 of 5 stars Reviewed yesterday NEW

We booked our tickets in advance as there are timed entries throughout the day, well worth doing as the queues can be very long at the park. If you love the Gaudi architecture this is another place well worth a visit. Also offers a magnificent view of Barcelona. Be careful which route you take to get there, we walked from... More 

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5 of 5 stars Reviewed yesterday NEW via mobile

This place was breath taking. However, I suggest to go there in the evening to see the sunset. We went there in the early morning so we couldn't take nice pictures because of the Sun. It was son the wrong side :D Also, if you go after 9.00 in the morning be ready to stand in a row. :)

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Karlskrona, Sweden
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3 of 5 stars Reviewed yesterday NEW

With so huge crowds they have limited entry, like at the sagrada familia. 400 every 30 minutes..many people who hadnt booked online and were expecting to buy and enter right away left disappointed.. Quite inefficient ticket management. They had 3 ticket vending machines but only allowed the use of 1 so they could "explain" important information..this was rubbish. Save yourself... More 

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5 of 5 stars Reviewed yesterday NEW

This is a must visit if you are in barcelona. From the subway station it is around 15-20 minutes walk and it is an up hill climb. Luckily they do have street escalators! The park does get busy and they have time slots for you to enter even if you have the barcelona pass. Inside is huge and amazing. Lots... More 

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