Instant Email & Ticket Confirmation
After booking your Park Guell Tickets, you will receive an instant email confirmation. Your purchase is now finalized and your Park Guell entry guaranteed! In your confirmation email, you also receive a voucher with full details of your ticket. Read over your voucher carefully to confirm the meeting point, time, and any special conditions. Should you have any questions at all, please can contact the tour operator.
Easy Return Policy
In case your plans change, don’t worry! If you provide the tour operator with 24 hours notice that you’d like to cancel your ticket, in most cases your request will be accommodated.
*Special conditions apply (Please check our cancellations & refund FAQ)
Last Minute Ticket Availability
Park Güell is one of the most visited UNESCO world heritage sites in the city, and tickets are limited. Many platforms sell out weeks ahead of time, but luckily, we reserve last minute tickets for those booking late. Even when you reserve last minute, we’ll still make sure you get all the best ticket perks, including skip-the-line entry. That means, no queuing at the box office! Explore Gaudi's wonders before the crowds.
Fast Track Park Guell Tickets
Before 2013, Park Güell was open to the public free of charge. Year by year, Gaudi's famous park is gaining in popularity, becoming one of the most visited tourist sights in Barcelona. The principal monuments next to the main entrance have been closed off and are now ticketed zones, and the number of guests is strictly limited. It is essential that you purchase a ticket online before arrival. Book online to save hours of queuing at the ticket office. Purchasing online and ahead of time also guarantees that you enter one of the most famous architectural creations of Gaudi, without delay.
Extra Ticket Benefits
When you buy tickets to Park Guell, you receive an informative audio guide to listen to as you make your way around the park. Also, your ticket includes free entry to the Casa del Guarda!*
*Limited space & availability
Another bonus is a free shuttle transport service that is included with your Park Güell entrance tickets. If you have your ticket in hand, you can board the bus, which makes several stops at convenient locations. Get off at your nearest stop to where you need to go next, all for free!
Curious to embark on an in-depth experience complete with historical context? The upgraded Park Güell Guided Tour
with Priority Access brings you on a journey that exposes the secrets around the architectural wonders of Park Güell. Some ticket upgrade options also include a visit to the Casa Gaudi museum.
If you want to see other Gaudi masterpieces, you can also book a combo ticket or tour to Park Güell and Sagrada Familia.
Before Your Experience Begins
Arrival & Meeting Point
You must arrive at the meeting point 30 minutes before the time on your tickets for Park Guell. Arriving after this time may result in you losing your chosen time-slot.
Things to Remember
- Entry to Casa del Guarda is included; however, remember that entry cannot be guaranteed as there are a limited number of spaces.
- Once you leave the Monumental Zone, you can not re-enter.
- Plan for a visit of around 2 hours. Stay as long as you wish.
- The Plaça de la Natura is under construction, at present and part of its surface is closed due to restoration work.
Park Güell Opening Hours
The opening hours of the Park Güell monumental zone varies depending on the season.
Low Season (Winter-Autumn)
- January 1st to March 24 - From 08:30 to 18:15 (last entry at 17:30).
- February 17th - March 24th (Hours extended to 19:00 with the last entry at 18:00).
- October 28th to December 31 - From 08:30 to 18:15 (last entry at 17:30).
Mid Season (Spring-Autumn)
- March 25th to April 29th - 08:00 to 20:30 (last entry at 19:30).
- August 27th to October 27th - 08:00 to 20:30 (last entry at 19:30).
High Season (Spring-Summer)
- April 30th to August 26th - 08:00 to 21:30 (last entry at 20:30).
How to Reach Park Guell
Depending on the direction you're coming from, there are multiple ways to arrive at the entrance of the Park.
Foot - If you're feeling active, you can most definitely hike to the top of Park Güell from the Lesseps metro station. Be prepared for a steep climb near the end.
Metro - For those hoping to arrive with ease, take the metro one stop further to Vallcara (L3-Yellow Line) and walk for 15 minutes until you reach the outdoor escalators (Baixada de la Gloria) near the top of the hill. Alternatively, you can take the L4 to Park Güell and get of at Alfons X metro station.
Bus - From Placa Catalunya, you can take bus 24, and from Trelawny-Passeig Maritim bus 92. You can get off at any of the stops by the entrance to the park’s public zone.