Parc Güell - Antoni Gaudí

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11/06/2018 - 11:25
Modernist buildings & monuments

An urban park next to Carrer d'Olot standing on the Muntanya Pelada to the north of the Barcelona district of Gràcia. Gaudí planned and directed the construction of the park from 1900 to 1914 for Eusebi Güell as infrastructure and facilities for a residential garden city based on English models. It was intended for sixty single-family residences. The project, however, was unsuccessful and the park became city property in 1923. It is one of Gaudí's most colourful and playful works. Gaudí's house in the park is now a museum where you can see some furniture designed by the master.

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Opening hours

  • From 1st January to 17th February: 08:30h - 18:30h, last admission 17:30h
  • From 18th February to 24th March: 08:30h - 19:00h, last admission 18:00h
  • From March 25th to April 29th: 08:00h - 20:30h, last admission at 19:30h
  • From April 30th to August 26th: 08:00h - 21:30h, last admission 20:30h
  • From August 27th to October 27th: 08:00h - 20:30h, last admission at 19:30h
  • From October 28th to December 31st: 08:30h - 18:30h, last admission at 17:30h

Metro: Lesseps, Vallcarca (L3) (and a long walk).

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Carrer d'Olot
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