- Explore one of Gaudí's work of architectural art, the iconic Park Güell, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
- Admire his trademark of mosaics and motifs as you walk around the park and enjoy the distant city skyline
- Avoid the crowd and get first or late access to the park
- Enjoy a guided tour with a local bilingual guide who will enlighten you with their knowledge of Gaudí's masterpieces
- Learn about the Catalan Modernist art movement and enjoy this serene atmosphere
- Please note the tour includes a bilingual guide even though you are required to select your preferred language
Park Güell is one of the iconic masterpieces of famous architect Antoni Gaudi. The park was originally part of an unsuccessful housing development and then converted into a municipal garden later on. Today, it's a popular tourist attraction and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Take a short visit to this famous park and marvel at Gaudi's trademark of mosaics and motifs, such as the dragon statue and serpentine benches. Walk up to the Sala Hipóstila (the Doric Temple) and see the forest-like stone columns, some of which lean like mighty trees bent by the weight of time. On top of the Sala Hipóstila is an open space whose centerpiece is the Banc de Trencadís, a tiled bench of wonderful mosaic art. Learn more about Park Güell as well as Gaudi's works from your knowledgeable tour guide as you walk around the park. A visit here will make you appreciate Gaudi's work and dedication to art and the Spanish culture. It's definitely a must-see attraction when visiting Barcelona.