Book your visit to one of the most iconic sites in the city of Barcelona
If you’re in Barcelona, you should definitely stop by the artistically significant UNESCO site, categorized in 1984 as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Park Güell is an internationally renowned municipal garden. It is indeed Antoni Gaud’s creation, the legendary architect who is well-known for the creation of Sagrada Familia.
Park Güell, a prime example of Catalan modernism, welcomes everyone for a lively promenade. It is one of Barcelona’s top attractions that showcase Catalan culture. Its fame lies in the undulating benches and reptilian appearance covered in mosaics. Here we give you some advice and all the information you need to visit Park Güell so you don’t miss anything from this remarkable masterpiece.
Park Güell leads three entrances.
Carrer de Larrard: The park’s main entrance is the most beautiful.
Carretera del Carmel: The entrance is located next to the parking lot at the park’s western boundary.
Av. del Santuari de Sant Josep de la Muntanya: The park’s eastern entrance features an escalator for your convenience.
* We advise entering through the main entrance unless you are traveling in a group in a carriage.
* Tourists traveling to Park Güell by sightseeing bus prefer the entrance on the Carretera del Carmel because of the bus park.
The residents of Barcelona and Gaudí Me’s members have free entry to the park, and tourists are prohibited to enter during the following hours:
Bon Dia Barcelona: From 7 AM to 9 AM
Bon Vespre Barcelona: From 8 PM to 10 PM
Visit the Park Güell Monumental Zone to explore magnificent pieces of unearthly architecture. Since it is one of the most well-known tourist sights, parking is a hustle task. Park Güell doesn’t have its own parking lot for cars but you can choose from nearby available parking places.
Parking Esperança I Güell: Available at the entrance of Park Güell.
BSM Travessera de Dalt: Located at a distance of 10 minutes walk from Park Güell.
BSM Torrent de l’Olla: This parking lot is available next to Travessera de Dalt and the Plaza de Lesseps.
NN Esteve Terrades: Located at a distance of 15-minute walk from Park Güell near Vallcarca station.
Being the most wanted attraction in Barcelona, Park Güell attracts people from all over the world. Hence to keep everything smooth and tranquil you should abide by some rules.
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