Park Guell: Nature and architecture in harmony
Come and spend a day with your family exploring Park Guell and enjoying the marvelous garden-city, designed and created by the architectural genius Antoni Gaudi. This spot is one of the most popular parks Barcelona is proud to have. Because, apart from being created by the city’s pride artist, it has a beautiful and romantic feel to the place together with its detailed and colorful design. Therefore, it attracts many couples and tourists worldwide.
With this ticket, you will be able to visit the dragon staircase. Its surface is all covered with broken shards of mosaic. There, you will walk your way up to the Hall of One Hundred Columns, though realistically, it’s made out of 86 columns that resemble giant stalagmites inside a cave. Around the park, you’ll find the Greek Theatre, the Laundry Room Portico and the Austria Gardens. The overall landscape makes the park fascinating, with unusual paths and hidden corners design in full detail.
Park Güell provides its visitors with the full rich significance of Catalonia’s homegrown art nouveau movement as well as modernism, all mixed inside the great example of urban planning. The Park is, in fact, awarded as UNESCO World Heritage status.
- – Entrance to the Park