Accessibility

Park Güell’s architectural features, such as its irregular paths and steep ramps, may make it difficult for people with reduced mobility to get about. We recommend you take the following advice into account:

 

You can access Park Güell from the entrance located on Carrer Marianao or the entrance on Carretera del Carmel. Our advice, however, is to access the park from Carretera del Carmel.

 

We suggest two easy routes for you during your visit, following them in any order you wish:

  • Architectural route: where you can see Park Güell’s most iconic sites. The route will take roughly 50 minutes.
  • Other visitable sites route: where you can follow the viaduct’s path up to Casa Trias. The route will take roughly 20 minutes.
 

We have two wheelchairs available which can be booked in advanced. If you have any specific needs, contact the Visitor Support Service by email at parkguell@bsmsa.cat.

 

You can check admission prices and concessions here.

 

We have three free parking places for visitors with reduced mobility and accredited vehicles, located at the tourist coaches parking lot, in front of the Carretera del Carmel entrance.

 

If you come on public transport, we recommend you check out the Transports Metropolitans de Barcelona website on how to get to Carretera del Carmel, 23: https://www.tmb.cat/en/barcelona/journey-planner.

 

There are two taxi stands located on rambla de Mercedes and carretera del Carmel.

 

For further information about the degree of accessibility of services in the area which are adapted to visitors, please consult http://turismeperatothom.catalunya.com/en/.

 

 

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