Güell Pavilions

Local namePavellons Güell
Locationles Corts, Barcelona, Spain

A complex of buildings built by Gaudí in the mid-1880s consisting of a stable, longeing ring and gatehouses. The land was owned by Eusebi Güell who had his summer residence here (later known as the Royal Palace) and who asked Gaudí to expand the estate.

Gaudí built a gatekeeper's house on the left side of the entrance and stables on the other side, now used as a library and a study center of Gaudí's works. The whole area now belongs to the University of Barcelona.

The pavilions are open and offer guided tours. If you miss the visiting hours, you can still admire the dragon gate from the outside.

Tags GaudíCatalan ModernismModern ArchitectureModernisme Architecture
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Park Güell Entry Ticket+Paella Cooking Class Combo from 130 USD
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General: €4
Children (under 18), seniors (65+): €2.50
Children (under 6): free

More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Güell_Pavilions

Official Website https://meet.barcelona.cat/ca/descobreix-barcelona/districtes/les-corts/pavellos-de-la-finca-guell

Visit All Gaudí Buildings https://travel.sygic.com/trip/Visiting-All-Gaudi-Buildings-in-a-Single-Trip/

Email cultura-impuqv@bcn.cat

Phone +34 933177652

Address Avenida de Pedralbes 7, 08034 Barcelona, Spain

Coordinates 41°23'21.495" N 2°7'9.936" E

Tours and activities: Güell Pavilions

Park Güell Entry Ticket+Paella Cooking Class Combo

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Barcelona: Park Güell Admission Ticket

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Barcelona: Park Güell Skip-the-Line Guided Tour

from 27 USD

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