Park Güell, share a connection with nature

Park Güell, share a connection with nature

A fabled and colourful park with unusual architecture, offering visitors astonishing cultural promenades.

Located on a hillside in the Gracia district, Park Güell is one of the achievements of the legendary Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí.

Built between 1900 and 1914 and declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1984, Park Güell is a reflection of its creator, where many of his colourful and varied sculptures are displayed. Gaudí sought to create an art gallery-like space in a natural setting. He gave free rein to his creative imagination, which fit harmoniously with nature. The former home of Gaudí, La Torre Rosa, is now a museum.

A walk along the long mosaic-covered bench in the form of a sea serpent offers a panorama of magical views of the city.

Park Güell
Carrer d'Olot, 5
08024 Barcelona

+34 902 200 302