THE CITIZEN PARK
The park is one of the largest green spaces in Barcelona, with more than 17 hectares, next to the Sierra de Collserola.
The park is located in the district of Gracia, between the neighborhoods of La Salud, Vallcarca-Penitents and El Coll, and borders on Carmelo.
The regulated tourist area occupies only a small part of the park; the rest are nature spaces and leisure areas of free access for all.
Beyond the architectural heritage, the park constitutes a reserve of nature, gardens and biodiversity in the center of the city.
The park is one of the largest green spaces in Barcelona, with more than 17 hectares, next to the Sierra de Collserola.MORE INFORMATION
The park is located in the district of Gracia, between the neighborhoods of La Salud, Vallcarca-Penitents and El Coll, and borders on Carmelo.MORE INFORMATION
The park contains two large areas: the monumental area, declared as a world heritage site, which covers 12 hectares and the adjacent woodland area covering 8 more hectares.MORE INFORMATION
Beyond the architectural heritage, the park constitutes a reserve of nature, gardens and biodiversity in the center of the city.MORE INFORMATION
Answers to recurring doubts
Park Güell has achieved two certifications: Global Safe Site, Safe Tourism Certified and Safe Travels. These certifications recognize that the organization fulfills all established safety measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19. On our safety measures you will find more information on the measures taken as well as some recommendations.
I would like to make a recording, do some filming or take photographs in Park Güell. What do I have to do?
Park Güell has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Our goal is to find a balance between tourist activities and social uses, more than anything so that local residents from the adjacent neighbourhoods are able to enjoy the park in peace.
Consequently, requests which do not relate to scientific purposes or training linked to our heritage will not be granted authorisation.
If you believe your request meets the criteria set out above, please contact us at email@example.com.
People with reduced mobility may have difficulty getting around Park Güell due to its architectural features, with flights of steps and uneven paths. There is a specific itinerary adapted to people with mobility difficulties.
Two wheelchairs are available upon request at Park Güell. If you have any kind of special requirements, please contact the Visitor Attention Service at firstname.lastname@example.org
The tourist coach car park has 3 available spots for people with reduced mobility.
Park Güell occupies 12 hectares, which include the monumental, forest and panoramic areas. Its regulation allows us to preserve this iconic space and improve the quality of life of local residents, while at the same time offering a better experience for the thousands of visitors of the Park, who will find a better quality experience and a more accessible setting. The income generated by this tourist management will be used to improve Park Güell and its setting.
Yes, there is the 'Park Güell and schools' program, which offers educational centres from EU countries the chance of visiting the restricted area with a guide specialised for your age group, or unaccompanied as long as a series of requirements are met. For this reason, any interested schools should send an email to the Park Güell Commercial Department at email@example.com.
Yes, the access regulation of Park Güell guarantees free entry to Baldiri Reixac, Jesuïtes de Gràcia (Kostka), Reina Elisenda-Virolai, Montseny and Turó del Cargol schools, including the children themselves, members of their families or persons accredited by the father/mother or legal representative.
How can I tell if I am a resident of one of the neighbourhoods entitled to free entry to Park Güell?
You can consult the “Why are the access points regulated?” section of this website or call number 010.