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Palau Güell

Visit the Palau Güell and receive a 25% discount.

Bunte Mosaik Kamine auf dem Dach des Palau Güell.

The Palau Güell is one of the first buildings of Antoni Gaudí. It is one of the most impressive buildings of the modernisme.
The Palau Güell was built between 1886 and 1890. Especially the two gates at the entrance are eye catcher. They used to be the entrance for carriages to enter directly into the house. For this reason visitors just had to enter the stairs and were inside of the building.
From the outside the Palau Güell looks like a Venetian palace while in the inside it is decorated with a lot of lavish decoration.
In 1984 the building was mentioned in the list of the UNESCO world cultural heritage.
When you visit Barcelona, do not miss to go the Palau Güell.

Opening hours Palau Güell

Apr.–Oct.: 10am – 8pm
Nov.–Mar.: 10am – 5:30pm
Closed on Mondays
Also closed:
1 and 6 January
16 – 23 January
25 and 26 December 

Last entrance one hour before closing. 

Admission fee Palau Güell

Regular: 12.00€
reduced ticket: 9.00€
11-17 years: 5.00€
until 10 years: free entrance 

Address Palau Güell

Address:
Carrer Nou de la Rambla 3-5 08001 Barcelona

Directions Palau Güell

by metro: L3 Liceu
by bus: 14, 59, 91, 120
by tourism bus: Colom – Museu Marítim 

Special conditions of use Palau Güell

For safety reasons the number of visitors inside the Palau Güell is limited to 185 people. This may cause a longer time to wait.

Highlights Palau Güell

  • World Heritage Site
  • One of the first works of Gaudí 
  • lavish decoration 

Near Palau Güell

  • Palau Requesens 
  • MUHBA Temple 
  • Placa Sant Jaume 
  • Placa Reial 
  • Basilica de Santa Maria del Pi 

Near Palau Güell

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  • Palau Requesens 
  • MUHBA Temple 
  • Placa Sant Jaume 
  • Placa Reial 
  • Basilica de Santa Maria del Pi