Antoni Gaudí built the Park Güell as a tribute to nature. Gaudi was tasked with the project in 1890, with the park opening to the public in 1922. Along with the Sagrada Familia, this is the largest of Gaudi’s projects. In 1984, the park was included in the UNESCO list of cultural heritage.
Park Güell is a large park split into two different areas: the Monumental Zone, which requires the purchase of a ticket, and the free access area which is open to all visitors at no charge.
The park is a challenge for wheelchairs and strollers. I suggest taking a light umbrella stroller. If you have yours with you, rent it in my website www.easytravelkids.com .
The main entrance is accessible after a 20-minute uphill walk from the Lesseps metro stop. Consider taking the public bus (24) from Plaça Catalunya to arrive, which is located on a higher level on the side of the park.
I strongly recommend you to bring sunblock and water!
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