This wonderful park was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1984. Completely designed by Gaudí, it is by far the most beautiful park in Barcelona and one of the highlights of your visit. Explore it and witness the amazing connection between architecture and nature. Climb on top of the hill to see one of the greatest views of the city and finish your visit with a picnic.
There are two zones in the park. One is accessible to visitors free of charge, the other (Monumental Zone) requires a ticket. The Monumental area consists of the porter's lodge pavilions with the Dragon stairway, which leads to the Hypostyle Room. Built to serve as a market, it consists of 86 columns resembling the Doric order and its ceiling is decorated with mosaics. The centre of the Monumental zone is formed by the artificial Nature Square with a view of the lovely Austria gardens.
The ticket to the Monumental Zone is assigned per time-band. You can enter up to 30 minutes after the assigned start time. Beware of long lines, reserve your ticket beforehand or come early.
Plaça de la Natura is currently being reconstructed and is partially closed. You can still visit the remaining parts of the park.
Plaça de la Natura is currently being reconstructed and is partially closed. You can still visit the remaining parts of the park. Please check the official website for more information.
Tickets can be bought either online or at ticket offices. Access to the park is also limited to 400 tickets every half an hour.
Online prices/office prices:
Children (7-12) seniors: €7
Children (0-6): free
Official Website https://www.parkguell.cat/
List of all Gaudí buildings https://travel.sygic.com/trip/Visiting-All-Gaudi-Buildings-in-a-Single-Trip/
Phone +34 934 091 831
Address 7 Carrer d'Olot 08024 Barcelona, Spain
Coordinates 41°24'52.797" N 2°9'5.433" E