Park Guell Tour


Park Güell is without a doubt one of Barcelona’s most famous attractions



Barcelona: Park Güell Admission Ticket

2022 Special Price

Valid 1 day


Barcelona: Park Guell Guided Tour with Skip-the-Line Access

Certified Tour Guide and Skip the Line Entry tickets to Park Guell


Barcelona: Sagrada Familia and Park Güell Tour

Skip-the-line entrance ticket and tour of Sagrada Familia & Park Guell


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Types of Park Guell Tours

There are a plethora of Park Guell tour options for visitors to choose from. You may want a small group Park Guell guided tour, or a private tour with a guide who focuses solely on you. Maybe, a Park Guell guided tour with an audio guide to understand the interesting past of the surrealist park or you may want to save some time and go for a bundle tour with different attractions around Barcelona along with Park Guell.

Options for you to consider:

  • Park Guell Guided Tour: Visit Park Güell with a guide on this Park Guell guided tour and enjoy stunning views of Barcelona while exploring this unique park with modernist buildings and brilliant ceramic tiles and statues.


  • Park Guell Private Tour: Visit one of Gaudi’s most inspiring works, Park Guell with a private guide and an incredible Park Guell tour tailored to you. Learn about the history, facts, and stories surrounding this amazing landmark from your guide as you walk through the beautiful park. You may also get access to a Park Guell audio guide to follow the tour without any hassle.


  • Sagrada Familia and Park Guell Tour: This tour package offers Park Guell and Sagrada Familia tickets and guided tours, to see two of Barcelona’s most famous sights. If you book this combo in advance then you avoid the hassle of long lines and long waits and see more of the city without wasting precious time. 


  • Barcelona – Go City Explorer Pass: The Go City Explorer Pass allows you to explore Barcelona at your leisure. Choose from over 45 top attractions and tours, you can pick 2 to 7 attractions and activities on a single pass. Your tour options include – Park Guell guided tour, Sagrada Familia Guided tour, Casa Batlló, Camp Nou Stadium Tour, Picasso Museum Guided Tour, Barcelona Montjuïc Cable Car, La Pedrera, and Las Golondrinas Boat Cruise among so many more.


  • Barcelona Hop-on and hop-off bus: A double-decker hop-on hop-off bus tour of Barcelona will show you the best of the city. For a complete sightseeing experience, get access to two routes with one ticket. On both decks, the buses are equipped with anatomical chairs and heaters for those with limited mobility. They also have a crew member on board to assist you with anything you may require. Park Guell is one of the destinations on a hop-on and hop-off bus.

Park Guell Tour Price 2023

  • Park Guell tour tickets start from €10 per person
  • Park Guell guided tour starts from €23 person
  • Park Guell and Sagrada Familia tickets combo starts from €79 per person
  • Children under the age of 6 and people with disabilities get free entry to the park
  • Children between the ages of 7 to 12 pay a reduced entry fee of €7
  • Visitors over the age of 65 and “Target Rosa Reduï cardholders also pay a reduced fee of €7 

Note: We recommend you buy your ticket online and in advance to avoid heavy crowds and long queues. You can go straight to the relevant entrance points if you arrive with a paper ticket or show the QR code on your phone. Time slots are issued to tickets, and you can enter the restricted area up to 30 minutes after your scheduled start time.

Park Guell Opening Hours 2023

Park Guell is open throughout the year Monday to Sunday

Timings: 9.30 am – 7.30 pm

Tourist visits are not permitted into the park between the hours of 7 a.m. – 9:30 a.m. and between the hours of 8 a.m. – 10 p.m as these timings are reserved exclusively for neighbors and Gaudir Més members.

Prepare Your Visit

  1. Entry to the park will be denied to children under the age of 14 who are not accompanied by an adult.
  2. Photographs at the park can only be taken for personal use. Without previous permission from the authorities, you are not permitted to photograph or film the park or any of its parts for commercial purposes.
  3. Pets are welcome inside as long as they are kept on a leash. 
  4. Littering is not allowed. 
  5. There are specified picnic places for visitors to eat. Do not eat anywhere else in the park.
  6. Inside the park, cycling and skating are prohibited.
  7. In the heritage area and the enclosure’s gardens, you are not permitted to undress, remove your shoes, or lie down.
  8. In several places in the park, smoking is prohibited.

Park Guell Highlights

  • A chance to explore and walk the serpentine trails of one of Gaudi’s most stunning works.
  • Skip the line Park Guell tour tickets
  • Discover the fascinating history of this extraordinary and unique structure – one of Antoni Gaudi’s best works.
  • Option to book a Park Guell guided tour with an expert guide
  • Learn about the Modernism art movement of the nineteenth century from your knowledgeable guide.
  • Get up close and personal with sculptures coated in bright mosaics, notably the famous “El Drac” (dragon) on the stairwell at the entrance.
  • See the amazingly sparkling roof of the Hall of Hundred Columns.
  • Enjoy panoramic and beautiful views of Barcelona from Carmel Hill
  • The chance to enter the Gaudi House Museum, which is located within the park.
  • Visitors can also indulge themselves in the Gaudi experience with a Park Guell Private Tour, an unforgettable experience created especially for you.
  • You can also quench your thirst for all things Gaudi – by opting for a bundle tour of Barcelona’s two most famous crowd-pullers, Park Guell and Sagrada Familia.

How To Reach to Sagrada Familia

Park Güell is located at 08024 Barcelona, in a natural setting within the city. There are many different modes of transportation for visitors to choose from.

Metro: You can choose the metro, L3 green line, and either Lesseps or Vallcarca stations to get to Park Guell. The park is a 20-minute walk from the Lesseps stop on line 3. Use  the escalator at the entrance on Avinguda del Santuari de Sant Josep de la Muntanya. Also a 20-minute walk from the Vallcarca station. Use the escalator on Baixada de la Glria and then walk to the entrance on Avinguda del Santuari de Sant Josep de la Muntanya.

Bus:Take the H6 and D40 lines from the Travessera de Dalt bus stop. Walk for 10  minutes and enter via either the Avinguda del Santuari de Sant Josep de la Muntaya or Carrer Larrard.

You can also choose a Park Guell tour with a pickup and drop-off option, get on a hop-on and hop-off bus, or ride a taxi to the park.

About Park Guell

The park, which was constructed between 1900 and 1914, opened to the public in 1926 and was designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1984. This was Gaudi’s favourite neighbourhood, as well as his home. Your Barcelona tour is incomplete without adding a Park Guell tour to your itinerary, a visit to this surreal park, which is a modernist masterpiece full of colour and a mystical allure with its split ceramics-decorated winding bank, inspired by Roman temples, is a must on every trip to Barcelona. 

Beautiful fountains, viaducts, grottoes, a colonnaded hall, winding staircases, and semi-closed conversation benches can be found throughout the park. There are picnic areas and a lovely terrace with panoramic views of the city and the sea. 


1. Do I need to reserve my tickets in advance?

We recommend making a reservation and purchasing tickets in advance to ensure access to Park Güell. This reservation can be made up to three months in advance of the visit and for up to nine tickets per person. If there are more than 10 people in your group then you must register and reserve tickets in the “Organized Groups and Professionals” section.

2. Is Park Guell accessible to people with reduced or limited mobility?

The architectural aspects of Park Güell, like its irregular paths and steep ramps, may make it challenging for those with mobility issues to navigate.

3. What measures have the park authorities taken to make it safe to visit?

Park Güell holds the Global Safe Site, Safe Tourism Certified, and Safe Travels certifications. These certifications demonstrate that the organization adheres to the established COVID-19 prevention measures.

4. What are the criteria and conditions for free entry to the park?

Apart from children between the age of 0 to 6 and people with difficulties, Gaudir Més members are allowed entry to the park free of charge. Gaudi Més is a Barcelona City Council program that aims to familiarise inhabitants with the city’s culture and history by providing discounts and other benefits, such as free access to Park Güell.

5. Can I get a refund on my reserved in advance tickets?

Tickets cannot be refunded under any circumstances, except in the case of supervening events, which will be evaluated on a case-by-case premise.


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