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Barcelona’s Park Güell is a vast uptown garden with countless architectural features. Now you can take a guided tour to discover the charms of this park designed by the architect Antoni Gaudí, the greatest exponent of Catalan modernisme.
Very pleased with the staff at Park Guell. 6 of were about 10 minutes late and a number of Park employees from the young man at entrance to the young man behind the ticket booth, to the lovely young woman who hustled us along to...More
Very beautiful and amazing piece of art.
Book online tickets in advance before you go. The park is up a steep hill nd we noticed a lot of ppl made the journey and arrived to find the next entrance was only available 5 hours later....More
Fantastic park, outwith the city and a 15 min walk from the metro, so allow for time to travel to and from the park. We chose the guided tour and do not regret this, we learn't so much more about Gaudi and the park this...More
The Park is phenomenal - the architecture, nature & views are second to none - as was our Tour Guide - Anna Beltran (Pictured bottom right of one of the images in her big hat!). Honestly couldn't have been given a better guide! She speaks...More
The tour was very interesting and very informative. Ask for Anna Beltran as your guide, you will not regret. Anna is very friendly, bubbly, passionate she will take you to all the secret places in the park and tell you all it's secrets. She made...More
During busy times of the year it is always useful to book a reliable guide in advance. The guide will get you in more quickly and make sure you are informed about what each part of the park was designed for in its original design....More
We ordered the fresh squeezed orange juice and it was excellent.
Snack of pistachios also good.
This is a snack/coffee shop.
Don't plan to eat here.
You can walk downhill to many other restaurant choices if you like.
We sat and had a snack because...More
We arrived in Barcelona about 11 am. The tour started about 3 pm in the plaza of Catalunya where la rambla street is around. Good and informative tour. We had a full bus of people. Time is good for late travelers. Our lady tour guide...More
With its iconic, old-Europe streets and alleys, this picturesque neighbourhood is the very heart of Barcelona. It blends historic artifacts from its days under Roman dominion up through the Spanish Civil War with a vibrant modern-day culture of artisan shops and authentic culinary experiences. Avid explorers will be thrilled to discover quaint terraces and plazas brought to life by the many small bars and local
musicians lasting late into the night. Fashionistas will be drawn to Portal de L’Angel, which is lined with well-known brand names and smaller boutique stands.
It starts at ctra del caramel. If you go to their website their is a section how to get there. It should help. Also if you are traveling by public transport Google should help you. I navigated to that place via Google and it... More
It starts at ctra del caramel. If you go to their website their is a section how to get there. It should help. Also if you are traveling by public transport Google should help you. I navigated to that place via Google and it helped me with the bus no, etc etc