Park Güell has 2 different areas: the Monumental Zone, which requires the purchase of a ticket, and the free access area which is open to all visitors at no charge.
The part emphasized on the map is the Monumental Zone. The rest of Park Güell can be entered without restriction and free of charge.
You must arrive at the access control point at the assigned time so as not to lose your scheduled entry times. Entry will not be allowed outside the times stated on the ticket.
If you arrive at Park Güell before the assigned time, you can start your visit with the free entry zone.
Once tickets have been purchased, no change of date or time will be allowed.
The tickets for visiting the Monumental Zone do not include the Gaudí House Museum.
Park Güell has several public toilets, some located at the Carretera del Carmel entrance to the Park, and others facing the Carrer d’Olot entrance (see map).
People with reduced mobility may have difficulty getting around Park Güell due to its architectural features, with flights of steps and uneven paths.
If you have any kind of special requirements, please contact the Visitor Service on e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
The tourist coach car park has 3 places for people with reduced mobility.
Once you have entered the Monumental Zone you will have a free-access Wi-Fi connection.
The Casa del Guarda (Caretaker's House), located at the Carrer d’Olot entrance, is the private space conceived and designed by Gaudí as a house for the Park Güell gatekeeper.
The exhibition Gaudí and Barcelona, expression of an urban ideal, explains the Casa del Guarda, Park Güell and the Barcelona of Modernisme from three standpoints (the House, the Park and the City) which correspond to the three floors of the building. We advise you to find out about it with the audiovisual guide shown inside. For further information, visit the web page of the MUHBA-Casa del Guarda.
The ticket to the Monumental Zone of Park Güell also allows free entry to the Casa del Guarda, though due to questions of limited space we cannot actually guarantee you will be able to get in.
Inside the Park there is a restaurant.
A shop and bookshop specialising in Gaudí, modernism and Barcelona. It is located in one of the entrance pavilions of Park Güell, one of Antoni Gaudí’s most iconic works.
The shop’s range is based on products connected with Gaudi's work and Barcelona, such as postcards and posters, T-shirts and textile accessories, jewellery and costume jewellery, decoration, reproductions and a children’s section.
Low season from 9:00 to 18:00
High season from 9:00 to 21:00
Mid season from 9:00 to 20:00
Further information: www.laie.es
(C/ del Carmel, nº 18)
25 parking places.
5 for boarding and alighting from coaches.
3 places reserved for people with reduced mobility.
Park Güell has a parking zone exclusively for tourist coaches, in order to ensure free movement of traffic and visitor convenience. Tourist groups making the visit are advised to reserve a parking space in advance when purchasing tickets on-line, as otherwise there is no guarantee of having a space to park in. The reservation of a place entitles the visitors in the coach to park for a time-band of an hour and a half at a price of € 6 (VAT included).
If you do not have a reservation but the coach park does have space, then coaches will be allowed to let passengers alight and board in the five extra spaces reserved for the purpose. Once passengers have alighted, the coach will have to go to the “Zona Blava d’Autocars” set up at number 76 on Carrer de les Camèlies (you can visit Zona Bus website here)