It was actually our second time at Park Güell today, it was one of the stop-overs of the Brightside tour earlier, albeit only to the free zone of the park. The afternoon was spent on exploring the monumental zone where most of Gaudi’s works are. Once again, the architect has left me speechless, Park Güell is Gaudi at his best. It is amazing how he plays with different shapes and colors and mixing different styles.
Admission and Best time to go. The park is worth a visit regardless of time of day, but in my opinion, late afternoon to sunset is best, as it offers a spectacular view of the city including his other masterpiece, the Sagrada Familia. Also, entrance is free for most of the park, however it is €7.50 for the monumental zone. Make sure to book in advance to avoid waiting for hours to enter as only 400 people per time slot is permitted.