Park Güell: Guided tour

Park Güell: Guided tour

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Explore Park Güell, Antoni Gaudí's masterpiece in Barcelona, and immerse yourself in a world where nature and architecture blend in perfect harmony.

Visit Length

1.5 hours



Type of tour



English, Chinese, Korean and Japanese.


  • Gaudí's Masterpieces : Explore the famous creations of Antoni Gaudí, declared UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
  • Vibrant Nature : Immerse yourself in the rich biodiversity and green spaces of the park.
  • Views of Barcelona : Enjoy spectacular panoramas of the city.
  • Accessible Routes ♿: Adapted paths for people with reduced mobility.
  • Unique Architecture : Marvel at the colorful structures and mosaics.
  • Cultural Activities : Participate in events and workshops in an inspiring environment.
  • Urban Peace : Escape the city's hustle and bustle in this oasis of tranquility.
  • Multilingual Tours ️: Available in English, Japanese, Korean, and Chinese.


  • Access to the most emblematic areas of the park.
  • Guided tour.
  • Freedom to explore at your own pace.
  • Panoramic views of Barcelona.
  • Green areas for relaxation and recreation.

Meeting Point

In Depth

The Park and Its Surroundings

An Urban Oasis

Park Güell is more than just a green space; it's a sanctuary in the heart of Barcelona. Situated in a densely populated area, it offers a welcome respite from the urban hustle and bustle. Here, leisure blends with environmental quality, creating an atmosphere of peace and tranquility.

Traffic Calming and Pedestrian Communication

The park's surroundings promote a quieter and healthier way of life. With measures to calm traffic and encourage walking, it has transformed into an ideal space to relax and reconnect with nature.

Nature and Biodiversity in Park Güell

A Natural Legacy

Despite its origin as a barren area, today Park Güell is a treasure trove of biodiversity. The transformation of the "Bare Mountain" into an urban green corridor is a testament to Gaudí's vision and the area's agricultural history.

Flora and Fauna

The park is home to a variety of plant and animal species, reminiscent of Barcelona's rich biodiversity in the past, including Pleistocene fauna.

Accessibility for People with Reduced Mobility

Park Güell features an adapted itinerary for people with reduced mobility, ensuring an enjoyable experience for all.

Guided Tours in Various Languages

  • Enjoy a guided tour in English, Japanese, Korean, and Chinese with an official guide.
  • A unique opportunity to deeply understand the history and art of the park.


Understanding the Challenges

Park Güell, with its unique design and Antoni Gaudí’s heritage, presents certain architectural features that can be challenging for individuals with reduced mobility. Irregular paths and steep slopes are aspects to consider when planning your visit.

Access Recommendation

For a more comfortable experience, it is recommended to enter via the Carmel Road. This entry point is designed to facilitate access to the park, especially for visitors who may encounter difficulties on more demanding terrain.

Two Adapted Routes

Park Güell offers two alternative routes, each tailored to different needs and abilities:

  1. Route A: Designed for those who can handle some slopes and slightly uneven paths.
  2. Route B: Intended for visitors requiring a flatter and more stable path.

Each route is carefully planned to ensure that visitors can enjoy the wonders of the park in the safest and most comfortable way possible.

Services and Assistance

Park Güell is committed to accessibility and offers several services to assist visitors:

  • Detailed maps and guides for accessible routes.
  • Trained staff to provide assistance and guidance.
  • Wheelchairs available upon prior request.

What to Bring

  • Comfortable walking shoes.
  • Sunscreen and water, especially in summer.
  • Camera to capture the beauty of the park.

What Not to Bring

  • Bulky items that hinder mobility.
  • Pets, except for guide dogs.

Useful Tips

  • Arrive early to avoid crowds.
  • Respect the park’s nature and artworks.
  • Follow the signage and safety recommendations.
English, Chinese, Korean and Japanese.

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