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Park Güell Timed Entry Tickets

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€10
Mobile Tickets
Instant Confirmation
Highlights
Discounted Tickets
Cancellation Policy
  • Enjoy entry to Park Güell, one of the finest and most lively modernist parks created by Antoni Gaudí.
  • Marvel at the iconic park, learn about its history and gasp at its transformation over the years.
  • Gain access to the park with this ticket and appreciate the merging of nature and architectural structure throughout the park.
  • Be sure to check out the Sala Hipòstila (the Hypostyle Room), Jardins d’Àustria (Gardens of Austria), Pòrtic de la Bugadera (Wash House Portico), and many interesting roads, paths, and viaducts along the way.
  • Note: Residents of the neighborhoods adjacent to Park Güell (El Coll, Vallcarca-Penitents, La Salut, El Carmel, Can Baró and Baix Guinardó) can enter for free throughout the year. To enter the park, they must have a personal and non-transferable card, which can be requested by the entrance staff.
  • Children aged 6 and below can enter for free. Young people aged 7 to 12, as well as adults over 65, enjoy reduced prices.
  • People with disabilities can enter for free, while the companion can benefit from the reduced price of admission.
  • These tickets cannot be canceled, amended, or refunded.

Park Güell Guided Tour with Skip-the-Line Access

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€26
Skip the Line
Duration: 75 Min
Mobile Ticket
Guided Tour
Highlights
Cancellation Policy
  • Save time to enter Park Güell with these skip-the-line tickets.
  • Explore the many attractions at this park, including the Hypostyle Room, the Austria Gardens, and the Greek Theatre, among others.
  • Gain insight into the history of the park and learn how it transformed from a housing estate to a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Note: The price of the guided tour also includes access to Park Güell.
  • These tickets cannot be canceled, amended or refunded.

Sagrada Familia and Park Güell Combo Tickets

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€79
Guided Tour
Mobile Ticket
Flexible Cancellation
Highlights
Ticket Information
Cancellation Policy
  • Skim past the ticketing queues at both attractions and follow your tour guide around for a day of sightseeing and learning.
  • At Park Güell, make sure to appreciate the culmination of nature and architectural structure that perfectly portrays Gaudi’s design principles.
  • Spend your time admiring the heavily embellished walls at the Sagrada Familia while your tour guide piques your interest with quips and anecdotes about the attraction.

This ticket has the following options you can choose from:

  • English Guided Tour
  • Spanish Guided Tour
  • Bilingual Guided Tour (English and Spanish)
  • French Guided Tour
  • Get a full refund on canceling this ticket up to 24 hours before the schedule.

Park Güell remains open to the public in times of COVID-19 

Barcelona’s Park Güell has reopened its doors to the public following a closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This move comes in with several health and safety measures in place; if you plan to visit the attraction, please familiarize yourself with these rules. 

Safety Measures against COVID-19 at Park Güell

The park has obtained security certifications that it complies with all preventive measures to avoid the possible spread of COVID-19. In addition, here are all the rules and regulations in place for public safety:

  • Although it is an outdoor attraction, social distancing must be maintained with other visitors.
  • Some areas of critical concentration (eg the Hypostyle Hall and the Dragon Staircase) have specific capacity regulations to avoid crowds.
  • The use of a mask is not mandatory outdoors except when a minimum distance of 1.5 meters cannot be maintained with other visitors.
  • Hydroalcoholic gel stations have been been put in place at all entrances.
  • Cleaning and disinfection of common areas such as bathrooms and lockers have been intensified.
  • The use of the free Park Güell App is recommended since the use of park maps has been restricted for the timebeing.
  • The spaces and capacity of the Casa del Guarda and the Laie store have been adapted.
  • The BUS GÜELL does not currently provide service.
  • Access for organized groups is through the Carmel road door. The new maximum number of people allowed per group is 30

Park Güell Tickets

Park Guell is Gaudi at his very best. Spread over 12 ha of hilly land, Park Guell is another prominent showcase of famed architect Antoni Gaudi's creative and visual prowess in Barcelona. It is also home to some of Gaudí's best works such as the Dragon Stairs, the Guardian House, the Hypostyle Hall, the Austrian Gardens, and more. The sprawling park and garden is located on Carmel Hill and receives an annual footfall of around 12 million tourists! Originally intended to be a gated community for the Barcelona aristocrats by Count Eusebi Guell, the effort proved to be commercially unsuccessful. 

Park Guell Tickets: Your Ticket Options Explained

Park Guell Tickets

Park Güell Timed Entry Ticket

Explore Park Güell with these fast track timed entry tickets. Choose the time of your visit when purchasing your ticket online and enter the park within thirty minutes of the chosen time of your booking. You will get direct access inside, where you can find some of Gaudí's best works and learn about the history and creation of this culturally significant park.

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Park Güell Guided Tour with No Wait Entrance

Get Skip the line entry into Park Güell and explore the former housing estate that is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. With an expert local guide, learn about the history and details of Gaudi's masterpiece and see all the main attractions like the Hypostyle Room, the Greek Theatre, the Austria Gardens.

Park Guell Tickets and Sagrada Familia - Combo Tickets

Guided Tour of Park Güell and Sagrada Familia - Combo ticket

Visit two of Gaudi’s most beautiful architectural works - the Sagrada Familia and Park Guell, with one single ticket. Enjoy an immersive expert guided tour with priority access into the iconic landmarks as you explore Gaudi’s mosaic dragon, serpentine tile bench, climb Sagrada Familia's intricately decorated towers and more.

This tour includes transfers between Park Guell and Sagrada Familia. 

Compare Your Park Güell Ticket Options
Park Güell Timed Entry Tickets
Park Güell Guided Tour with Skip-the-Line Access
€10
€26
Priority Access

Yes

Priority Access
Guided Tour

No

Guided Tour

Yes

Inclusions
  • Entry to Park Güell
Inclusions
  • Entry to Park Güell.
  • Tour Guide
Cancellation Policy

Cannot be canceled, amended or refunded

Cancellation Policy

Cannot be cancelled, amended or refunded

Mobile Tickets

Yes

Mobile Tickets

Yes

Ideal for

Travelers looking to skip past long queues

Ideal for
  • Visitors are advised to purchase their tickets online
  • Travelers who wish to take a guided tour with an expert guide
Prices Starting
€10
Prices Starting
€26

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Park Guell Entrances
How do I enter Park Güell?

Park Güell has two entrances, each located at different ends of the park.

- Carretera del Carmel: This entrance is located next to the parking lot for tourist coaches (Please note that this car park is specifically for groups and not for general use). This gate is also accessible by taxi and coach.

- Av. del Santuari de Sant Josep de la Muntanya: This entrance can be accessed using one of the three available escalators, sparing you most of the climb up the hill. This entrance is best suited for people who cannot climb stairs. 

Can I get free entry into Park Guell?

There is no free entry into the park, unless you are a neighbour with a free-access card or in selected situations, which can be referred to on the official website of the Park.

What are the Park Guell Timings?

The Park is open daily.

Opening Hours: 9:30 AM to 5:30 PM, with the last entry at 5 PM.

When is Park Guell closed?

The Park stays open and accessible all the year round.

What is the Best Time To Visit Park Guell?

A popular attraction in Barcelona, Park Guell is most busy during the peak season of April to August. To avoid the crowds, visit during the low season between January to March or October to December.

The best days to visit are on weekdays and the Park is most crowded during the weekend.

Where is Park Güell Located?

Park Güell is a public park located on Carmel Hill, in Barcelona, Spain. It is easily accessible by bus, train, and taxi.

Getting to Park Güell by bus

If you choose to travel by bus, you can take bus lines 24 or 92 that stop at Carretera del Carmel-Park Güell, which is right across the park’s main entrance. Bus routes H6 and D40 and stop at Travessera de Dalt, which is a 10-minute walk to Park Guell.

Getting to Park Güell by Car

If you arrive by car at Park Güell you must park in the BSM Travessera de Dalt - Park Güell car park. We recommend that you reserve your place in advance.

How can I skip the lines at the Park Guell?

You can skip the queues by purchasing your tickets online in advance. By buying your tickets online you avoid the long queues at the box office.

When is the best time to visit Park Guell?

Park Guell opens at 9:30 AM everyday and the crowds are at its least in the morning. Plan your visit early to explore the park at your own pace.

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History of Park Güell

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One of Barcelona’s most iconic green spaces, Park Guell was originally designed to be a luxury housing estate. Inspired by the English garden city movement, Spanish entrepreneur Count Eusebi Guell acquired a site called Muntanya Pelada (Bare Mountain) and commissioned the Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí to design the estate. The idea was to create sixty triangular lots for luxury houses. Ultimately, only two houses were built and the sale of the property was a failure.

At Guell’s suggestion, Gaudi bought it himself with his savings and moved in with his family. It remained Gaudi’s home until his death in 1926. After this, the project was turned into a public park, named after the main sponsor, Count Eusebi Guëll, that now attracts millions of visitors each year. Despite its failings as a residential estate, Park Güell remains one of Gaudí’s most famous masterpieces. 

Park Guell Tickets FAQs

Q. Is it safe to visit Park Güell post-COVID-19?
A. To ensure the safety of its visitors, visitors are advised to purchase their Park Güell tickets online. Several safety measures and guidelines have also been enforced to ensure the safety of its visitors. Additionally, the park has obtained security certifications that it complies with all preventive measures to avoid the possible spread of COVID-19.

Q. What are the safety measures and guidelines in place at Park Güell?
A. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, multiple hygiene and safety measures have been applied. Currently, Park Güell recommends that visitors reserve their tickets online. Some areas (eg the Hypostyle Hall and the Dragon Staircase) have specific capacity regulations to avoid crowds. The use of a mask is not mandatory outdoors except when a minimum distance of 1.5 meters cannot be maintained with other visitors. Hydroalcoholic gel stations have been established at all entrances. Cleaning and disinfection of common areas such as bathrooms and lockers have been intensified. The BUS GÜELL does not currently provide service. The new maximum number of people allowed for a group visit is 30.

Q. Are Park Güell tickets available online post-COVID-19?
A. Yes. You can book your Park Güell tickets online to facilitate minimal physical contact.

Q. What is the cancelation policy for Park Güell tickets?
A. The cancellation policy depends on the ticket to Park Güell that you choose to reserve. While some tickets offer a full refund when canceled up to 48-72 hours in advance, others may not offer cancellation or refunds. Please, check it before making your reservation.

Q. Are guided tours of Park Güell allowed post-COVID-19?
A. Yes, Park Güell has three certifications that recognize that it complies with all preventive security measures to prevent the possible spread of COVID-19, so visitors can safely take a guided tour.

Q. What are Park Güell hours post-COVID-19? 
A. Park Güell's hours post-COVID-19 are 9:30 AM to 5:30 PM, with the last entry at 5 PM.

Q. Are skip-the-line tickets available for Park Guell?
A. To avoid the queues at Park Güell, we recommend buying your tickets online. This way, you make sure you enter the park at the time you want.

Q. What are Park Guell ticket prices?
A. Adults pay an entry fee of €10 for Park Guell tickets, while children between ages 7-12 pay €7. Those under age 6 can enter for free.

Q. Can I skip the line with guided tours at Park Guell?
A. Yes, you can get skip-the-line tickets for guided tours at Park Guell. With these tickets, you get hassle-free entry and enjoy an educational guided tour of all the major landmarks at Park Guell.

Q. Should I buy Park Guell tickets in advance?
A. Yes, to avoid waiting in long lines, it is highly recommended that you buy Park Guell tickets in advance.

Q. How to get to Park Guell?
A. Park Guell can be reached by bus, metro and car. Please note: Bus Guell shuttle facility is temporarily out of service.

Q. How many entrances does Park Guell have?
A. Park Guell has two entrances: Carretera del Carmel and Av. Del Santuari de St. Josep de la Muntanya.

Q. How long does it take to explore Park Guell?
A. It takes about two hours to cover all the major sections of Park Guell.

Q. What to do at Park Guell?
A. Serpentine Beach, Gaudi Museum, Austria Gardens, Laundry Room Portico, etc., are a few places to visit at Park Guell.

Q. Are wheelchairs available for rent at Park Guell?

A. Yes, however, Park Güell only has two wheelchairs, so we recommend you book in advance at the Visitor Service Center.

Q. Is photography allowed inside Park Guell?
A. No. Photography is not allowed inside Park Guell unless express permission is taken from the concerned authorities.