This park hides hundreds of secrets and will surprise you!
Count Güell, commissioned to Antoni Gaudi this colorful and elegant residential area for the new aristocracy of Barcelona. Started in 1900, today it belongs to the heritage of the city and was declared UNESCO’s World heritage site in 1984.
Discover the main staircase dominated by the catalan mosaic called ‘trencadís’.
The park has a famous ‘dragon’, a room with ‘100 doric columns’ and the largest ‘snake’ in the world…
Nature and architecture together at the top of this naked hill.
Type of tour: Private walking tour
Included: Tíckets, skip the line. Guided tour inside and outside
Meeting Point: Park Guell (C/Olot 12)
* Comfortable footwear