Park Güell is an iconic space in the city of Barcelona, declared UNESCO World Heritage Site which receives a large numbers of visitors each day. Regulating the entry ensures the conservation and maintenance of the monumental heritage, and guarantees a safe visit for neighbors as well as other visitors in the current post health crisis scenario. The Park is open all the year round.
PARK GÜELL OPENING AND CLOSING TIMES
First and last time bands with tickets available for sale:
9:30 to 17:30 h
The following times are reserved exclusively for neighbors and Gaudir Més members, and tourist visits are not allowed:
- BON DIA BARCELONA: 6:00 to 9:30 h
- BON VESPRE BARCELONA: 18:00 to 23:00 h
For more information on free admission for citizens, check the ‘Park Güell and citizens’ section.
|General ticket||10 €|
|Children from 0 to 6||0 €|
|Children from 7 to 12||7 €|
|Over 65 and "Targeta Rosa Reduïda" card||7 €|
|"Targeta rosa" card||0 €|
|People with disabilities + accompanying person||7 €|
|MUHBA ticket / Ruta del Modernisme||8 €|
|Gaudir Més members Gaudir Més||0 €|
* All prices include VAT (21%).
The capacity has been reduced in this post health crisis as a safety measure to reduce the overcrowding of the Park.
In addition, these are some safety guidelines to have in mind during your visit:
- Safety masks worn by staff at all times.
- Hydroalcoholic gel available in all access points.
- Leaflets and maps are not provided. Instead, our free app can be used.
- Cleaning and disinfection of common use areas such as toilets and ticket offices has intensified.
- Although Park Güell is an open space, safety distance must be maintained.
- Some areas with high concentration of visitors (e.g. the Dragon Staircase) have specific regulation conditions in order to avoid a possible crowding situation.
- BUS GÜELL is currently out of service.
Also, face mask required at all times.
Please help us comply with all these measures in order to guarantee a safe and pleasant visit.
In order to ensure that you get a ticket, we advise you to buy one beforehand. If you arrive with a printed ticket or show the QR code on your smartphone or tablet, you can go straight to the relevant entry points (see map). Tickets are assigned on the basis of time-slots, and you can enter the restricted area up to 30 minutes after your allocated start time. For example, if you have a reservation for 9:30, you can enter the Park up until 10:00. Once that 30-minute deadline has passed, you will lose your right to enter. REMEMBER that once you are inside the Park, you can take as long as you like to enjoy the brilliant architect's work, but once you have left the exited, you cannot re-enter.
It is very important to make sure you arrive at the Park with sufficient time to ensure that you do not miss your allocated visiting time.
To benefit from any type of discount or free tickets, you will need to present relevant documentation showing that you are entitled to those discounts when purchasing your ticket.
All visitors, including children ages 0 to 6, must show the appropriate entry ticket, including where entry is free of charge.