Park Güell

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Recommended for children from the following age groups:
  • 0-3
  • 3-7
  • 7-12
  • 12-16

Park Guell is a fairytale garden, located in the north-central part of the city, designed by Antonio Gaudí.

In the park you can see amazing buildings, mythological creatures, dragons and animals. One of the most interesting places in the garden is a terrace on the roof of the pillared hall with the longest bench in the world (152 m in length), adorned with multicolored mosaic.

A beautifull view presents as well an ornate staircase acting as entrance to the pillared hall.

Children may not be interested, but adults should pay a visit to the Gaudi Museum, which had been his home.

The park also has a playground, a bar and a library.

Park Güell

CC licence: some rights reserved by George M. Groutas


Carrer d'Olot 5, 08024 Barcelona, Espana

Opening days and hours:

Open daily from 10:00. XI, II open until 18:00, in the third and X open until 19:00, IV and IX - till. 20:00, and in the V and VIII - open until 21:00

Tickets adults:
free admission
Tickets children:
free admission

Updated on

Sunday, 07 April 2013

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