El Park Güell, proyectado por Antoni Gaudí el año 1900, se inauguró como parque público en 1926. En 1984 es declarado Patrimonio Mundial por la UNESCO, reconociendo su valor patrimonial como símbolo de la arquitectura moderna, siendo uno de los máximos exponentes del modernismo de Gaudí.
Gaudi is just brilliant and unique with his designs.. A place to visit.. 2 hours is more than enough.
The house where Gaudi lived is free to visit on Sundays (until 6 pm). Go in the afternoon to also watch a scenic sunset from here and enjoy the glinting masterpieces in the garden.
Used to be Free and public for Barcelona citizens but now they try to charge us. Privatization is taking everything from us even when we pay higher taxes. Very angry about this.
What a wonderful place.Park Güell is a piece of art 💕 u will be speechless
Gaudi Gaudi Gaudi! Book your tickets online!
Great place to walk around of an afternoon with views of the City and some interesting pieces of architecture.
Definitely worth to see
Beautiful park. Perfect to excercise!
It's a very beautiful place but everyone want to sell you things you don't need and the salamander statue isn't free anymore (you should "climb" the mountain to have a 360º view of Barcelona)
Must see. Too bad all the others must see as well ;) especially the mosaic and the terrace is cool. Go elsewhere for good views
The park is beautiful with stunning views over the city.
Get tickets online or you will wait too long to buy. So crowded, not gorgeous as i expected
Gaudi needs no words
Many things to see while you walk. It's divided in the free part for the locals and tourists and the paid part where you can see Gaudy's work better.
A must see if you visit Barcelona.
A must when you go to BCN
Best view you can get on a sunny day like this
It was likely house of hansel & gratel :) Lovely place
Amazing view from the top of the city. Gaudí was ahead of his time.
To get inside you should book it on the website. If you haven't, don't worry, it's also great to go around the park.
Outer grounds are more impressive than inside.
The public part is a great walk. Private paid part is a bit overpriced but bring your walking shoes and really go through the paths. About 1-2 hours. Lots of great pooches!
On the top of the hill, you will see panaromic view of Barcelona. In addition, take a ticket before you go.
Gaudi at his best, the park itself is quite large and has good space arrangements
So much crowd very touristic place
Must see 100%
It's no longer free to sit on the stairs. From 5€
Book your ticket online, so that you avoid the huge queues, espcially on sunny days!
Crowds start arriving at 9:30-10:00 in September. Book ahead for the 9:00 AM slot at the latest, it's worth getting up early to beat the crowds and have nice photos :)
Inspirational and cute architectural design welcomes you in the nature.
Must see Gaudi site with great city view. In case of crowd you can get ticket for a couple of hours later entrance, so try getting ticket online earlier
Magnificent view of the city
Entrance to areas created by Gaudi costs 8€ - this is new since 2 years. Great view over the city at the "three crosses"
Great architecture and you'll have a fantastic view of Barcelona! Buy your tickets online to avoid having to wait in line (for nothing, tickets sell out easily)!
Amazing designed, beautiful park. Great view, a lot see.
This place is amazing, happy and colorful! The rain flooded the large terrace of the garden so we couldn't go there sadly. There are a lot of street artists too.
You don't have to take a ticket for the balcony unless you are a photographer (!) Visit La Pedrera if you are short in time instead of Park Güell
The buildings at the entrance look like they are mady from cookies :) buy tickets online before and enjoy the view of the city too
Beautiful place. I disgust the commercial approach though. Everything has a fucking paywall. Want to enjoy the scenic view? Line-up and pay some money!
Bellissimo! Concept, visual, situation, everything perfect! #ciaosperovipiaccia
If you only came here to capture the view, don't pay for the monumental zone. You can take good photos in the free zone as well.
Nice park if you like tourists.
Don't expect to be able to take a picture of the salamander free of "human noise". You'll be lucky if you can take a decent picture at all.
Worth to pay a visit
The park's really pretty & everything but I think that u have to wait and pay too much for it. If u walk around the park there's a lot to see and even walking up to the cross you'll get THE best view.
My favorite Park in the world. Amazing architecture, beautiful nature.
Like a Dr. Suess book... Only with more tile. You'll only need an hour to check it all out. Gorgeous.