thirteen things to keep in mind when Visiting PARK GUELL
Visitors looking at the intricate detailing of Gaudi’s masterpiece spend around 90 to 120 minutes exploring Park Guell. Tourists in a hurry are known to finish exploring Park Guell in an hour.
The best time to visit Park Guell is before 9 am. When you start early, you avoid the crowd, especially the group tours coming in by 10 am.
The audio guide app provides information, photographs, interactive maps, and audio to supplement the route. The app is available in both Android and iPhone in 7 languages.
Carry a map to avoid walking around in circles and missing out on must-see items in the Park Guell. Most tourists get a printout of the map or recommended walking route and carry it along.
The park is quite hilly and has stairs, and a lot of walking is involved, so wear comfortable shoes for a better experience.
No shops or restaurants are inside the park, so bring water and snacks to stay hydrated and energized.
Tourists can enter Park Guell for free before the access controls are put in place or after they are removed at night. For free entry, the best time is before the access controls are placed at 8 am.
This Park Guell ticket is cheaper when purchased online and gets access to the Park Güell Monumental Zone
This 90-minute guided tour helps you know the best routes, understand how Antoni Gaudí’s mind worked, and hear anecdotes and stories about Park Guell.