Park Guell

Brief Guide for Locals to Visit Park Guell | Free Entry and Membership Details

Park Guell is an iconic park in Catalonia. Located on the slopes of Carmen Hill, the park is a beloved spot among both tourists and locals. Residents of the surrounding area can now visit Park Guell for free! Here’s a quick guide on how to access the park. 

Free Entry to Park Guell for Locals

On July 1, 2020, the management of Park Guell decided to open Park Guell to residents for free, hoping to allow the people of Catalonia to rediscover and use the park. Locals have free access to Park Güell, at any time during its opening hours (7 AM to 10 PM). Local residents don’t need to book tickets in advance anymore and can instead enter the park in the following ways.

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Admission Card for Local Residents

Residents living in neighborhoods adjacent to the park including La Salut, El Coll, El Carmel, Can Baró, El Baix Guinardó, and Vallcarca-Penitents can avail of free access using an admission card. This card is non-transferable and can be requested over the phone (010) or through the municipal website. 

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Gaudir Més Members

An initiative from Barcelona City Council, being a Gaudir Més membership allows one access to information about the city as well as discounts and other perks, including free daily tickets for Park Güell. Residents must apply for the ticket from the Gaudir Més website on the day of their visit and not in advance. The ticket is only valid for the day of the request.

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Barcelona Provincial Council Library Network Physical Card

There is a temporary provision wherein people with a physical library membership affiliated with the Barcelona Provincial Council can access the park for free. Even minors with a membership card can enter for free.

Opening Hours For Residents

Residents of Barcelona can enter Park Guell for free during its opening hours which are from 7 AM to 10 PM. Booking in advance is no longer necessary.