Park Güell

How to avoid hours of queueing, visiting when it’s not packed by choosing the right days and hours. All our insiders tips and time schedules for Park Güell!

Estimated wait

Closed Reopens Saturday 21/04 at 08:00
Fri 20 Sat 21 Sun 22 Mon 23 Tue 24 Wed 25 Thu 26
08:00 20:30
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Tips

Avoid the queue

  • The flow of visitors is limited to 400 tourists every 30 minutes. The queue onsite is often very long, especially on a sunny day. You can avoid the line by booking your tickets in advance on the park’s official website or inside one of the two metro stations located near the Park (Lesseps and Vallcarca - L3).

  • Tip: online tickets are 1 euro cheaper than on site!

  • In order to smooth visitors’ flow, the park’s website gives you an overview of the number of remaining tickets for each time slot in real time. It’s a good indication of the crowd you can expect during your visit. If you’re free to visit the park anytime, give priority to green and orange time slots, and avoid red ones at all costs! As is often the case, the opening time is the least crowded: almost no waiting time.

Ticket prices

Online:

  • Adult: 7€
  • Children (7 to 12): 4,90€
  • Senior (+65): 4,90€
  • Children under 7: free

Onsite:

  • Adult: 8€
  • Children (7 to 12): 5,60€
  • Senior (+65): 5,60€
  • Children under 7: free

Ticket machines

You can avoid the line by booking your tickets in advance on the park’s official website or inside one of the two metro stations located near the Park (Lesseps and Vallcarca - L3).

Tips for a few days in Barcelona

This page will give you many tips to avoid crowds in Barcelona as well as crowd schedules for top tourist attractions in order to plan your visits.

Addresses

Park Güell
📍 Carrer d’Olot
08071
Barcelone

Phone numbers

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