Parc Güell

The Parc Güell in Barcelona, Spain has been built between 1900 and 1914 by Antoni Gaudí for the industrial Eusebi Güell. He liked English garden architecture and wanted such a park for his hometown. Gaudí worked economically and ecologically – he used the terrain he found and didn’t move soil. He created a wonderful large terrace with a nice view on Barcelona.

The most iconic parts of the park are the buildings at the lower end: the two gateway houses with sugar icing roofs and the Casa Gaudí where he was living. Only 400 visitors can access the park at the same time, pre-booking is not possible.

Parc Güell
08024 Barcelona

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