2 hours approx.
12.15noon and 6.15pm
Same as the starting point
Your expert guide will reveal interesting details about the park’s history and construction by famous architect Antoni Gaudi, explaining how this site came to be regarded as one of his greatest creations. Take a walk up the iconic dragon stairway to discover this wonderland of strange structures and splendid mosaics.
Park Güell remains one of the must-see sites in Barcelona due to its unique charm that encapsulates the perfect harmony of urban designs and natural scenery.
To begin your Park Güell tour, meet your bilingual guide at Laie Park Güell bookshop, located in the left pavilion at the entrance to the park on Carrer d'Olot.
Rush past the notorious long queues at the entrance gates with your skip-the-line ticket and as you enter the premises of the park, you will be greeted by a beautiful dragon fountain adorned with exquisite tiles.
Your expert guide will lead you to a striking walkway supported by twisted rock pillars that resemble tree trunks. Learn about the unique architectural style of Antoni Gaudi that takes inspiration from natural and organic shapes.
Visit Antoni Gaudi’s residence located inside the park which has been turned into a museum, housing artefacts, memorabilia and furniture designed by him. Your expert guide will keep you entertained with stories about the origin of the park and how it was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Climb up the colourful dragon mosaic staircase made from broken tiles and enjoy breathtaking views of the entire park and the Barcelona’s cityscape from an elevated terrace area. Walk along the Hansel and Gretel-style pavilions boasting picture-perfect curved roofs, radiant coloured tiles and ornamental spires.
At the end of the tour, your guide will leave you at the park to explore it on your own.
Please call the activity operator at least 24 hours prior to start of the tour to confirm all departure details.
Voucher information: Mobile voucher or print voucher.
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