The fact that entrance to the park is now limited is a very good thing. The park is kept in such a good state, with the garden especially beautiful. The magic and geniality of Gaudi in all it's splendour.
Good information and historical background about the park and the Count and Countess who worked with Gaudi on the park, but don't know if the commitment to an exact tour day and time was worth it. The 90 minute tour actually turned out to be around 75 minutes, which was enough anyway. Park was very crowded at 10 am Saturday. Also, perhaps a walking tour of Gracia connected to this tour might be nice.
My wife and I spent nearly three hours in this park which is well worth seeing. Although it was a hot day we thoroughly enjoyed walking through Gaudi's Park Quell with the guide who was very knowledgable You cannot gain a good understanding of Gaudi unless you see Park Quell with someone who knows the history..
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