• Location: Barcelona, Spain
  • Duration: 78 minutes (approx.)
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Beat the crowds, and get early access to Park Güell in Barcelona. Explore the stunning creations of Antoni Gaudí before the park gets too packed with people. Spend time marveling at the Hall of Columns, a mosaic lizard statue, beautifully planned viaducts and porticoes, and storybook-like gatehouses.

Highlights

  • 3-hour-guided tour of Park Güell in Barcelona with skip-the-line early access to the park

  • Explore Park Güell before the crowds show up, and learn about the park’s architect, Antoni Gaudí, and his eccentric works of art

  • Admire Gaudí’s creations such as the Hall of Columns, a mosaic lizard statue, beautifully planned viaducts and porticoes, and storybook-like buildings

What You Can Expect

Early Access to Park Güell

Gaudi Expertience

Be prepared to get an early start with this tour, but know it’s well worth it. Meet your group at 7:50am at the spot given to you at the time of checkout.

At Park Güell, dodge the entrance lines, and follow your guide into the park—your group will be some of the very first people inside the park that day. Keep an eye out for the famous mosaic-coated dragon at the entrance stairway and the impressive storybook-like gatehouses.
Walk along the garden trails as your guide talks you though the history and inspiration behind the creations done by Antoni Gaudi. See the Hall of Columns and its upper terrace lined with a winding mosaic bench. Spot out more of Gaudi’s works such as a mosaic lizard statue and other beautifully planned viaducts, porticoes, buildings, and statues.

Your tour ends at the park, so you can decide if you’d like to stay and explore—remember, you have all-day access to Park Güell.

Customer Reviews

Jack Rose

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2018

WOW! What a wonder! The early time allowed us to stay ahead of the vast crowd that had started to arrive by
9 am. The idea of creating the first 'gated community' for workers and the new middle class was sadly not completed.
But the masterful design and execution of a park for the people of his era is astonishing. We will borrow ideas from his
colorful use of tile to restore our garden at home... recently destroyed by hurricane. Thanks! J and R Naples Florida.
The only glitch was finding the place to meet the knowledgeable guide. Location needs to be clarified at the local level.

Courtney R

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2018

We met at the front gates because that is apparently where the guides meet in the winter. It was chilly but very pretty. The mosaic benches are currently under renovation so we didn't quite get that view but, because we were a small, younger group, our guide, Emilio, took us around the planned community around Park Guell and up on to the Calvary Hill, which gave us spectacular views of Barcelona in the morning sun. Emilio pointed out and explained Antonio Guidi's attention to details in designing the walkways/roadways throughout the park area. Getting there early meant almost no one else was there.

Rollo R

5 star rating: Highly Recommended December 2017

This was an amazing tour early enough to beat the crowds. Gave me a true appreciation for the park and Im not big on tour guides my guide was great knowledgeable, and funny at the same time.

Marylee N

5 star rating: Highly Recommended November 2017

Beautiful, Beautiful! Amazing Design and Architecture... A must see. Our Guide was very good. A bit early in the morning - but not crowded.

Michael R

5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2017

Going first thing in the morning is really the only way to do it. You also get to see the sunrise over the Mediterranean in one of the best panoramic views of the city.

Kim W

5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2017

The tour guide we had was extremely knowledgeable and was able to answer any questions thrown at her. Her passion for the venue and area made us fall in love with it too. The early start was difficult but totally worth it to experience the park in a peaceful atmosphere and watch the sun come up.

John B

5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2017

Excellent tour and guide. This place is huge and on top of a very high hill so make sure if you're in a taxi you get dropped off at the entrance on top of the hill next to the bus parking lot. Otherwise you will be climbing uphill through the entire park before you get to the starting point. The Gaudi benches shown on most websites are fantastic but just a small part of this beautiful place. The genius of Gaudi is evident everywhere. You will be walking downhill for the most part so it's a relatively easy walk down stairways and ramps. Great vistas of the city below as you traverse the park.

Tejaswini India

5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2017

The park is excellent. Our guide Sylvia was very knowledgeable and gave us interesting information without rushing through it. The park gets crowded pretty fast, so having an early access is definitely worth it.

jcarpenter716

5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2017

Great! Loved going early in the morning and guide was wonderful!

Kristin K

5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2017

This tour is the best way to see the park. Our guide was so informative and to see the park in early morning before it became packed with other tourists was a real bonus. Definitely worth it to understand the history and Gaudi's concepts.

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