Park Güell, share a connection with nature

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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 Gràcia district, Park Güell is one of the achievements of the legendary Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí, whose work has also been included on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

Designed in 1900, 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 within the park, La Torre Rosa, is now a museum that you can visit to learn more about the artist.

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
Calle de Olot 5
08024 Barcelona

+34 934 091 831

https://parkguell.barcelona/en