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No trip to Barcelona is complete without visiting Park Güell, an enchanting recreational area that truly came to life under the architectural prowess of Antoni Gaudí. From Park Güell ticket options to tour highlights, here’s everything you need to know in order to plan your visit. 

Post COVID-19 Safety Measures and New Rules at Park Güell

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, Park Güell has enforced several safety measures:
  • It is recommended that all reservations are made online. Based on the slots booked, visitors will be allowed into the park.
  • All visitors should wear masks while visiting Park Güell.
  • All visitors are requested to maintain a distance of 2 meters at all times.
  • All guided tours of Park Güell have been suspended until further notice.
  • The whole area of the park (12ha) can be accessed by 50% of the normal capacity, or 1400 people per hour.

Park Güell Tickets and Tour Options Explained

A standard Park Güell ticket will gain you entry into both the Free Zone and the Monumental Zone; as per the new guidelines, both zones are now covered under a ticket, preventing the need to purchase separate tickets to access either zone. Visitors can choose from a number of ticket options such as timed entry tickets, guided tour tickets, and combo tickets. Please keep in mind that due to the COVID-19 pandemic, entry into the park will be restricted.
At the time of booking, visitors can choose their preferred entry timing from the available time slots, which will prevent over-crowding. All visitors are required to arrive on time and wear masks for the entire duration of their visit. If you are more than 30 minutes late, you will not be allowed entry into the park.

Park Güell Timed Entry Ticket

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Save both time and energy with these timed entry tickets to Park Güell. Choose the time of your visit while purchasing your ticket online and enter the park within thirty minutes of the chosen time.
Access to all the popular attractions that see a high concentration of visitors such as the Dragon Staircase will be regulated. Similarly, the in-house shuttle, Bus Güell, will remain unavailable until further notice. 

Why go for these tickets?

  • These Park Güell tickets come with a fixed entry time which makes your experience hassle-free. 
  • Enjoy fast-track access to the park which houses the legendary Dragon Stairway and the Hypostyle Room among many other attractions. 

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Enjoy priority access to Park Güell, one of the finest modernist parks created by Antoni Gaudí, an architect known for being the pioneer of Catalan Modernism in Barcelona.
Bypass queues and gain entry into this unique park that sees more than 12 million tourists annually. With a professional local guide, discover everything Park Güell has to offer while learning more about its history and origin. This UNESCO World Heritage Site houses many attractions, from the Porter’s Lodge Pavilion to the Banc de Tracadis.
Please note that not more than 15 people are allowed in a group. The designated entrance for Park Guell guided tours is the Carretera del Carmel, which is located near the coach car park. As part of the COVID-19 safety measures, all guided tours will follow a specific route in order to avoid interaction between two groups. 

Why go for these tickets?

  • These tickets come with priority access which allows you direct entry to one of the most popular attractions of Spain, Park Güell.
  • Your professional guide will show you around Gaudi’s masterful creation, allowing you to make the most of your visit.
  • Explore attractions like Porter’s Lodge Pavilion, Dragon Stairway, Greek Theater, and Laundry Room Portico.  

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Get priority access and explore the legendary Park Güell on this walking tour with the help of your professional guide and understand its journey from a housing estate to a park and later to a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
If you are looking for a wholesome experience in the city, this combo ticket covers two iconic attractions – Park Güell and Sagrada Familia in Barcelona. With the help of your professional guide, you will explore each building and unique structure of Park Güell and marvel at the Nativity and Passion Facades at Sagrada Familia. With this ticket, you get priority access to both attractions.

Why go for these tickets?

  • Explore two of the most popular attractions of Spain: Park Güell and Sagrada Familia.
  • Your professional guide will regale you with stories and fascinating tidbits about the history of these architectural marvels. 
  • Bypass long queues and gain instant access to both of these iconic attractions.

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Visit two of Gaudi’s most beautiful architectural works - the Sagrada Familia and Park Güell, with the help of your bilingual guide.
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Plan Your Visit to Park Güell

Opening Hours

Getting to Park Güell

Best Time to Visit Park Güell



What are Park Güell opening hours?
Park Güell is now open from 09:30 AM to 07:30 PM, every day of the week (last entrance at 07:30 PM).
When is Park Güell closed?
The park stays open every day of the week, throughout the year.
How long does it take to tour Park Güell?
For a relaxed and hassle-free experience, keep aside at least 2 hours. If you have opted for a guided tour, timings may vary.
Where is Park Güell located?
Park Güell is located at Carmel Hill, 08024, Barcelona, Spain.
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How do I get to Park Güell?
Park Güell is accessible by bus, metro, and car. You can choose any one of these options according to your convenience.
How do I get to Park Güell by metro?
The green line L3 metro stops at two stations that are close to Park Güell, Barcelona. Lesseps and Vallcarca are both merely a 20-minute walk from the nearest entry point to Park Güell, Sant Josep de la Muntanya.
Nearest Metro Stations: Lesseps, Vallcarca 
Can I get to Park Güelll by bus?
Yes. If you prefer to travel by bus, you can board H6, D40, 24 or 92. Bus lines 24 and 92 will drop you off right at the Park Güell main entrance while bus lines H6 and D40 will take you to Travessera de Dalt, which is just a 10-minute walk to Park Güell.
What is the best time of day to visit Park Güell?
Nothing can beat the experience of exploring Park Güell by the morning light. Apart from the incredible experience, you will also find that the attraction is least crowded in the morning. The crowd is at its maximum around noon, so avoid visiting between 1:00 PM and 4:00 PM. For quick entry, choose priority access Park Güell tickets that will ensure that you do not waste time waiting in queues.
What is the best time of the year to visit Park Güell?
To enjoy fewer crowds and pleasant weather, the best time to visit Park Güell would be from October to April.
Where is the Park Güell entrance?
Currently, two main entrances are open to the public at Park Güell:
1. Carretera del Carmel: This entrance is located next to the parking lot and is accessible by taxi, coach and the metro and bus as well. The Monumental Zone is located just 100 meters away from this entrance.
2. Sant Josep de la Muntanya: This entrance can be accessed by an escalator, sparing you most of the climb up the hill. This entrance is best suited for people who cannot climb stairs. 
How many visitors are allowed into Park Güell?
Visitor capacity has been restricted at Park Güell. The whole area of the park (12ha) can be accessed by 50% of the normal capacity or 1400 people per hour.
Is photography allowed at Park Güell?
Yes, photography is permitted here. However, photography for commercial purposes is prohibited and requires the express permission of relevant authorities.
Are pets allowed inside Park Güell?
Yes, pets are permitted inside provided they are kept on a leash. Entry is restricted in the Nature Square, the Hipostyle Room, the Dragon Stairway, the Austria Gardens and the Laundry Room Portico.
Is storage facility available at Park Güell?
No, there is no storage facility available here. Visitors must avoid carrying large luggage to Park Güell.
Is Park Güell wheelchair-accessible?
Differently-abled visitors might have some difficulty navigating the regular paths around Park Güell. For this, a special route has been marked for them to comfortably move around. Parking spots have also been reserved at the Carretera del Carmel entrance and there is one wheelchair that can be rented on-site as well (we advise to get in contact before the visit).
Is an audio guide available at Park Güell?
Yes. Guests can download the free app and navigate their way through Park Güell, while learning about its history and significance.
Is there a restaurant at Park Güell?
Yes, guests can visit the restaurant to enjoy some snacks and refreshments.

What to See at Park Güell

With its unique structures, colorful mosaics and hilly terrain, Park Güell was initially conceived to be a high-profile gated residential community of 60 houses in the city. Here are the highlights of Park Guell in Barcelona.

Porter’s Lodge Pavilion

Near the main gates of Park Güell, on Carrer d’Olot, are the famous iron gates, designed to resemble palm leaves. You will find two pavilions on either side of these gates. The one on the left hosts a waiting room and a telephone booth and was initially used as a porter’s lodge. The one on the right was once the Porter’s residence, now a part of the Barcelona History Museum. 

Dragon Stairway

Easily one of the most popular attractions of the park, the Dragon Stairway features two dragons overlooking a flight of stairs. These dragons are made up of colorful mosaic pieces, and can be found near the main entrance. 

The Hypostyle Room

Originally designed to be the market, the Hypostyle Room is made up of 86 striated columns. The outermost ones lean in like bent trees giving the whole composition a naturalistic appeal, perfectly encapsulated by Gaudi.

Austria Gardens

A donation of trees in 1977 from Austria was what christened this plant nursery as Austria Gardens. Developed later, it has a completely different look in comparison to the rest of the park and is a must-visit. 

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Sagrada Familia

Antoni Gaudi's other famous work, on par with Park Güell, is the unfinished yet magnificent Sagrada Familia. A Roman Catholic basilica, this landmark at first glance is imposing, with its unique gothic-influence frame towering over the city. Visitors flock from all over the world to catch a mere glimpse of Gaudi's masterpiece. You can choose to book individual Sagrada Familia tickets or as part of your combo ticket.

Camp Nou

FC Barcelona is one of the most successful football teams in the world, catapulting to fame now household names like Iniesta, Puyol, Ronaldinho, and of course, Messi. On a Camp Nou tour, get a rare, behind-the-scenes look into the minutes and seconds that lead to FC Barcelona's historic matches. Visit players' changing rooms, trophy room and even the pitch on your tour.

World of Banksy

Arguably one of modern art's most contentious, yet undoubtedly talented artists, the mysterious Banksy and his work will be studied in the generations to come. Famous for street art that is soaked in social messages and activism, Banksy has always eluded fame. The World of Banksy is a wildly popular exhibition that has put on display over 100s of artwork by the icon. Visit the exhibition and marvel at Banksy's unique perspective on almost every contemporary world issue.


If you're planning to blow off some steam, head directly to Portaventura World, the most-visited theme park in Barcelona. It is home to a set of thrilling rides, including rollercoasters and water-based attractions. Moreover, Portaventura also comprises Ferrari Land theme park, five hotels, a convention center, and much, much more. Book Portaventura World tickets.
Casa Batllo
Unsurprisingly, another Gaudi creation makes it to this list. Casa Batllo is an awe-inspiring building, located right in the heart of the city. Designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site 2005, keep an eye out for its unusual arched back, the facade's colorful mosaic tiling, and the museum within that is dedicated to Gaudi's life. Book Casa Batllo tickets.

Park Güell Tickets FAQs

Is it safe to visit Park Güell post-COVID-19?
Park Güell now accepts online reservations, which is recommended for a contact-free experience. Several other safety measures and guidelines have also been enforced to ensure the safety of its visitors which includes mandatory mask usage and social distancing measures.
Do I need tickets to visit Park Güell?
Yes. The entire park (12 ha) can now be accessed under a single Park Güell ticket, which includes entry to the monumental and free zones.
Are Park Güell tickets available online now?
Yes. You can book your Park Güell tickets online as they now accept digital reservations. It is recommended that guests prebook their tickets online so as to get their preferred date and time of visit.
What are the different Park Güell tickets available?
Visitors can choose to book timed entry tickets, guided tours, or combo tickets that include entry to Sagrada Familia as well.
Do Park Güell tickets include skip-the-line acces?
Not all tickets include skip-the-line access. You would have to specifically book tickets or tours that provide priority access to Park Güell.
Are guided Park Güell tours available?
Yes, groups with 15 or less guests are permitted at Park Güell.
What are Park Güell opening hours?
Park Güell is open from 09:30 AM to 07:30 PM every day of the week.
What is the best time to visit Park Güell?
The best time to visit Park Güell early morning or late evenings on weekdays.
Can I take photographs inside Park Güell?
No. Photography for commercial purposes is strictly not allowed inside Park Güell unless express permission is taken from the concerned authorities.
Can I bring food inside Park Güell?
Though you can bring food inside the park premises, picnics in the Monumental Zone are prohibited.
What are the major attractions at Park Güell?
Porter’s Lodge Pavilion, Dragon Stairway, the Hypostyle Room and Austria Gardens are some of the highlights of Park Guell.
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