Barcelona is a city with free-spirited vibes and unique architecture. One of its most creative aspects is the original Park Güell that watches the city from one of its hilltops. In Park Güell, the green nature meets the shapes and colors of modernist architecture. It’s one of the most crucial works of the Catalan architect, Antoni Gaudí. While the greater part of the park is public, the cluster of principal architectural elements by the main entrance (the monumental zone) has been ticketed. This is because the interest in this Barcelona park grew unsustainable. So, today, the number of daily visitors is strictly controlled.
Park Guell is on the top of the must-see list of many visitors. Hence, the queues are ever-present and tickets often sold out. Furthermore, queuing by the park box office means stay at the mercy of whimsical Barcelonian climate; Standing on a hill, the sunshine feels twice as hot and wind twice as chilling.