Park Eusebi Güell in Barcelona, Spain

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The Park Güell is a public park system composed of gardens and architectonic elements, located in Barcelona, Spain.

The park was built between 1900 and 1914 and officially opened as a public park in 1926.



With urbanization in mind, Eusebi Güell, 1st Count of Güell (1846–1918) assigned the design of the park to the Spanish architect and the face of Catalan modernism, Antoni Gaudí (1852–1926). One of the symbols of the park and the city of Barcelona is the famous multicoloured dragon, covered in colourful tile fragments.

In 1984, UNESCO declared the park a World Heritage Site under "Works of Antoni Gaudí".


Opening hours:
January 1rst to February 17th:               April 30th to August 26:
08:30am to 6:15pm.                                08:00am to 9:00pm
(last entry time at 5:30pm)                    (last entry time at 8:30pm)

February 17th to March 24:                   August 27 to October 27:
08:30am to 7:00pm                                08:00am to 8:30pm
(last entry time at 6:00pm)                   (last entry time at 7:30pm)

March 25 to April 29:                             October 28 to December 31:
8:00am to 8:30pm                                 8:30am to 6:15pm
(last entry time at 7:30pm)                  (last entry time at 5:30pm)

Prices are per person, local currency:
General ticket:
On-line – 7.50€            Ticket offices – 8.50€

Children from 0 to 6 years:
On-line – 0.00€            Ticket offices – 0.00€

Children from 7 to 12 years:
On-line – 5.25€            Ticket offices – 6.00€

Over 65 years:
On-line – 5.25€            Ticket offices – 6.00€

Disabled person  + accompanying person:
On-line – 5.25€            Ticket offices – 6.00€

Address:
Carrer D'Olot, 08024 Barcelona, Spain

Location map:


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3 comments

  1. What an amazing video! Looks like an awesome place to visit!

    Thanks for sharing and happy Travels

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  2. We visited Barcelona a few years back but it was a quick, short trip. Due to scarcity of time we did not visit Park Eusebi Güell. It is interesting to learn about the association between the industrialist (Eusebi Güell) and the architect (Gaudí). Will include this on our next visit to Barcelona.

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  3. Park Guell looks stunning. I can't wait to go back to Barcelona to see it for myself!

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