How much are Parc Guell tickets?


General ticket 10 €
Children from 0 to 6 0 €
Children from 7 to 12 7 €
Over 65 and “Targeta Rosa Reduïda” card 7 €

Do you need a ticket for Park Güell?

The whole of Park Güell is open to visitors. However, since 2013 the entrance to the monumental area has been regulated to avoid overcrowding. You need tickets to gain access to this area.

Is Park Güell free for residents?

On July 1, 2020, the management of Park Guell decided to open Park Guell to residents for free, hoping to allow the people of Catalonia to rediscover and use the park. Locals have free access to Park Güell, at any time during its opening hours (7 AM to 10 PM).

How much time do you need in Park Güell?

about two hours
It takes about two hours to cover all the major sections of Park Guell. A. From 7 AM to 9 AM and from 6 PM to 10 PM, Park Guell is reserved for neighbors and Gaudir Més members. Tourist visits are not allowed during these hours.

What part of Park Güell is free?

The entire Park Guell is free all day long except the Monumental Zone. This area is the most popular and most visited section of the park. This area of the park is roped off certain times of the day to control the number of people in the Monumental Zone.

What is the best time to visit Park Güell?

between 9:30 AM to 11 AM
Park Guell is one of the most popular attractions in Barcelona and hence, tends to get crowded. The best time to visit Park Guell would be between 9:30 AM to 11 AM on a weekday.

Is it worth it to enter Sagrada Familia?

Sagrada Familia is the most famous landmark in one of the most visited cities in Europe. Visiting Sagrada Familia is definitely worth it and it is no wonder that thousands of people choose to do so daily! It is truly one of the best Antoni Gaudí works out there, together with Park Güell!

What should I wear to Park Güell?

Carry a hat, sunglasses, and sunscreen lotion, to protect yourself from the heat. Carry water and snacks with you. If you are planning to explore all parts of Park Guell, you may be spending hours walking and trekking through its grounds and archways.