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Park Güell Timed Entry Ticket

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What to Expect

Enjoy Priority Access to Park Güell and its Monumental Zone

Originally intended to be a gated community for aristocrats, Park Güell is a burst of Gaudi's imagination come to life in the form of a public park. Positioned at an apt vantage point in Barcelona, this iconic park has quirky buildings, lush parks, and unique details that amuse even the most cynical visitor. With your timed entry ticket, you can visit the Monumental Zone, which requires ticketed access. Making up 5% of Park Güell, the Monumental Zone houses Sala Hipòstila (the Hypostyle Room), Museu del Guarda (Guard Museum), Jardins d’Àustria (Gardens of Austria), Plaça de la Natura (Nature Square or terrace), Pòrtic de la Bugadera (Wash House Portico) and interesting roads, viaducts and paths that one must see to believe!

Lizard figurine

The exquisite lizard figurine that welcomes you into Park Güell - an adequate representation of the burst of color you can expect within the park!


Plaça de la Natura

A view from Plaça de la Natura that showcases Gaudi's incredible vision.


Hypostyle Room

The impeccable ceilings in the Hypostyle Room.


Portico de la Lavendara

Straight out of any fantasy-fiction novel, this is the Portico de la Lavandera, an incredible viaduct, one of many in Park Güell.


Park Güell is easily one of the most popular attractions in Barcelona, receiving over 5 million visitors annually. With a limited number of people allowed inside in each timed entry slot, ticket purchase lines at the venue can be anywhere between 1 to 3 hours long and, should you manage to purchase a ticket, your entry may be for a time that is hours later. Purchasing your ticket online before your visit not only helps you save time but also allows you to choose an entry slot according to your convenience.

Note: From May 1st to August 27th the access is free from 6 am to 8 am and from 9.30 pm to 12 am.

  • Enjoy priority access to Park Güell, one of the finest and most lively modernist parks created by Antoni Gaudí, an architect known for being a pioneer of Catalan Modernism in Barcelona.
  • Access to Monumental Zone, an exclusive ticket entry zone in the park that houses some of Gaudí's best works, including the Hypostyle Room.
  • The timed entry tickets ensure that you will be able to enter the Monumental Zone at a specific time and that you won't need to wait in long queues to purchase tickets to this highly frequented attraction in Barcelona.

Know Before You Go

Timings and Availability

Entry to Park Güell is timed and you will have to choose a time for entry in the next step of the booking. You will have thirty minutes from the chosen time to enter the Park, post which entry will be restricted. The Park is open during the following times:

  • 1 Jan to 15 Feb 2019: from 8:30 to 18:15 (last entry at 17:30).
  • *16 Feb to 30 Mar 2019: from 8:30 to 19:00 (last entry at 18:00).
  • 31 Mar to 28 Apr 2019: from 8:00 to 20:30 (last entry at 19:30).
  • 29 Apr to 25 Aug 2019: from 8:00 to 21:30 (last entry at 20:30).
  • 26 Aug to 26 Oct 2019: from 8:00 to 20:30 (last entry at 19:30).
  • 27 Oct to 31 Dec 2019: from 8:30 to 18:15 (last entry at 17:30).

Reduced Price Tickets

Children below the age of 7 enter for free. Youth and senior tickets (7-11 years) are available at a reduced price of €7. Please select the right profile type for your group during checkout. Also, ensure that you are carrying a valid ID of the members in your group if you select any reduced price tickets during checkout.

Getting There

Park Güell is located off Carrer d'Olot, Barcelona. You can take the Metro (Green Line, L3), with the closest stations being Lesseps or Vallcarca. Buses to Park Guell include those commuting on Lines H6, D40, 24 and 92. Taxi parking is available at Park Guell, 12 of which are on Carrer de Marianao and another on Carrer d'Olot. Parking for coach buses is available as well.

Pro Tip

There are three entrances that allow you to enter Park Guell and they are located at Sant Josep de la Muntanya (which you access by going up an escalator and even then it's pretty steep), Carrer de Larrard (the main entrance) and Carretera del Carmel, nº 23 (where the parking lot for coaches is located).

If you wish to avoid a lot of climbing and stairs, take public transport (Bus #24) or a taxi to get to the entrance at Carretera del Carmel, which will be a mere 100 meters from the bus stop and the entrance to the Monumental zone is just 100 meters inside the park from the gates. This 200-meter walk is mostly flat.

Dress Code

Exploring Park Güell involves a lot of walking, given that its architectural features include uneven paths and multiple steps. We recommend wearing comfortable walking shoes and carrying a bottle of water.

Accessibility

For visitors with mobility problems, Park Güell offers two free wheelchairs for hire (subject to availability). The tourist coach car park has three places for people with reduced mobility.

Restrictions

The Park is divided into the Monumental Zone and the Free Zone. The Free Zone is more like a garden while all the recognizable and famous portions of Park Guell are located in the Monumental Zone, which includes lots of uphill climbs and stairs so comfortable walking shoes are recommended. Access to the Monumental Core is regulated in order to renovate and preserve this portion of the Park.

Strict Cancellation Policy

These tickets cannot be canceled, amended or refunded.

You will receive an email confirmation with your Park Güell tickets shortly. You may display your vouchers on your mobile phone at the security line, with valid photo ID.

  • Priority access to Park Güell.
  • Entry to the Monumental Zone.

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