Mon - Sun
Jan - Mar
8:30am - 6:30pm
Mar 1 - Mar 25
8:30am - 7pm
Oct 29 - Dec 31
8:30am - 6:30pm
Mar 26 - Apr 30
8am - 8:30pm
May 1 - Aug 27
8am - 9:30pm
Aug 28 - Oct 28
8am - 8:30pm
Park Guell, 08024 Barcelona
Sales of tickets finish 30 minutes before closing time
The times and days when the Park Guell is open to the pubic may occasionally due to special events taking place inside the basilica.
Visit Europa Office - Carrer larrard 55, Barcelona (Spain)
Barcelona is a city of bohemian vibes and original architecture. One of its most creative expressions is the unique Park Güell that overlooks the city from one of its many hilltops. Park Güell is a place where the lush greenery of nature meets the colors and fluid shapes of modernist architecture. It’s one of the significant works of the epic Catalan architect, Antoni Gaudí. While the larger park remains public, the concentration of principal architectural elements around the main entrance (the monumental zone) has been ticketed. The interest in this Barcelona park became unsustainable, and so, today, the number of people visiting is under strict scrutiny. Our Barcelona Park Guell tickets online guarantee you will enter the park without further ado. With us, you always skip the line and explore the Dragon Stairway, Hypostyle Room, as well as the Nature Square.
Park Guell belongs on the list of the most impressive parks in the world, and there is a reason for it! The secret paths, clandestine benches with a view, lovers’ retreats, colorful ceramic mosaics, fluid lines and playful constructions make you feel like visiting another dimension. Its high-spirited appearance takes you on a magical journey.
However, you are not the only one yearning to be charmed away. The lines are ever-present and in the busiest months unbearably long. Sometimes even the generous Parc Guell Opening times can't satisfy all. Plus, queuing up here means leaving yourself at the mercy of whimsical Barcelonian climate. Being on a hill, the park makes the sunshine twice as unbearable and wind twice as piercing. But don’t worry, not all is lost…
Purchasing Park Guell Tickets through our website will guarantee you a skip the line access. We have Different Park Guell Tickets price for children, adults, seniors, and students. Plus, unlike on other sites, no hidden charges are waiting for you at the checkout. The reservation and transaction fees are already included in the price. Also, if your plans change, you can cancel and receive a full refund (if you do so at least a day in advance).
Imagine hiring one of the city’s most sought-after architects to design a park around your house! Well, that is what happened. The park was commissioned by Count Eusebi Güell with an idea of creating a garden city where nature and equal housing form a symbiosis. Remember, this was in the early 1900s when Barcelona was a booming cosmopolitan metropolis. However, Gaudi only managed to finish two buildings, roads and the extensive park instead of the planned 60 villas.
Nobody was interested. The project was unsuccessful and became city property in 1923. Once opened to the public it became Barcelona’s (and later the world’s) favorite. Even if unfinished, it’s one of Gaudi’s most playful projects featuring columns simulating palm-tree trunks, rubble-surfaced arches growing out of the ground, quilts of ceramic tiles, and more.
There are just a few of the Park Güell facts you will learn during your visit. Pick from the available time slots and visit this one-of-a-kind Barcelona park tour without spending half of your life in the line to the ticket office. Our Barcelona Park Guell Tickets are waiting for you! Check out the Park Guell entrance fee and book your visit now.
WOW! What a wonder! it's worth to visit.
Amazing structures, great history, and nice gardens.
Visiting Park Guell is one of the best things to do in Barcelona. it's quite busy so we have to wait quite long to enter but well worth visiting.
Beautiful, Beautiful! Amazing Design and Architecture.
Go early in the morning so you can take beautiful pictures.
Amazing architecture by Antoni Gaudí.