I have visited the park before in 2017 and I found it just as beautiful this time. I have no complaints regarding the park because it is definitely worth visiting. However, we had some problems. The ...
Just take your time in the park. It’s wonderful and wait for the sunset because the view is amazing! The only uncomfortable thing is that is really high on the hill and you might get lost with the tra...
This is a must see if your visiting Barcelona. The beauty of buildings, the gardens; how the sun hits the colors of the buildings and garden are breath taken. You also are so high above you get see vi...
Park Güell is an artistic Garden of Eden outside paradise designed by the Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí. It is located on Carmel Hill in Barcelona. In addition to a variety of different forms of architecture, the park also has brightly colored mosaics in the shapes of different animals, such as colorful lizards guarding the gate. A visit to the park offers the opportunity to tour the former residence of Gaudí, located on the winding mountain road of Park Güell, where the architectural visionary lived a quiet life on the mountainside.
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All structure in Park Guell employs curved stone columns as well as local brick and stone to preserve the natural feeling of the landscape.
Most importantly, Gaudí mixes his flamboyant style with nature to come up with structures that rise from the ground like trees but are identifiable as built elements never-the-less.
Climb to Barcelona's high point overlooking the blue sea in the distance until the end of the Mediterranean
Gaudi put the artistic taste in Barcelona's commanding heights into an entertaining back garden
and I have fallen into This fairytale castle pieced together in colored stone pieces
full price 10 euros, free for children under 6 years old, children aged 7-12, elderly people over 65 years old and accompanying persons with disabilities Staff 7 euros
if you buy tickets online, there are certain discounts.
Recommended to buy tickets online in advance during the peak season, choose time to visit
free? ! It is said that after 7:30 pm on Sunday, the park is free
recommended visit time: come over at sunset and watch sunset
Guer Park is a non-old utopia created by Gaud
once said : If Gaudi's design of a Guer Park in his lifetime can also make him famous history
Guer Park is designed by Gaud for the wealthy Guer Earl
he is Gaudi's architectural career Bole It is also his best friend
originally intended to build a garden house Utopia
Gaudi will sway freely on the hillside of the city of Barcelona
although finally failed for commercial reasons
change Became a park but does not prevent it from being an ideal country for a Gaud building
The two fairy-tale houses directly opposite are accessible
but only the sellers souvenirs/
indoor Embellished with different colors
but the essence of Guel Park is still outside
mosaic pattern is the largest theme in Guell Park. The chameleon is the most representative
colorful The shape is vivid and it is very The design used by
was already very advanced design concept at the time.
hundred column hall is supported by 86 stone pillars. The ceiling is like cloud and water. The hh/ center position is mosaic. Another design of the pattern
at the top of the hall is the central square with spacious open space and seats on top where you can see Barcelona panorama and sunset
sitting in the mosaic of Guer Park echoes with it Fusion
in the distance with the blue ocean and the great Sagrada Familia
just the moment they belong to you
blue and white mushroom-shaped tower is like a candy house in a fairy tale
Maybe Gaudi also has a childs innocent romantic yearning for the fairy tale. This is the best testimony.
Wonderful Guell Park
Park Gell is a garden villa community built by Gaudi's good friend Guer. Gaudi has been working and living here for 20 years. The pink building is the former residence of Gaud. Now it has become a museum. Now the whole park is a world cultural heritage. The concept of Gaud's naturalism is fully embodied here. At the entrance to the park are two bizarre three-dimensional fountains, one representing the patron of Catalonia, the chameleon, and the other, the emblem of Catalonia, a giant lizard (forever surrounded by countless visitors) ). Both surfaces are made of mosaic tiles, with bright colors and vivid shapes. In addition to being the theme symbol of the park and the treasure of the town, they also have important drainage functions. When the rain is heavy, the lizard and the chameleon's mouth will spew out the water flowing down from the Baizhu Hall, which is very vivid and lovely. In addition, the 100-post hall in the park and the world's first bench on the circular Grand Square are also highly worthy of Gaudi's work. The summit park overlooks the city of Barcelona. It is a very worthwhile sight!
Barcelona - Gell Park
Gell Park is one of Barcelona's most dazzling attractions, and is a model of Gaudi's many works on garden design.
This is the garden city that Gaudi created in 1900 to create for the rich, creating a fairy tale-like scene.
Because I came here temporarily, I didnt buy tickets in advance, so I didnt go to the park to visit, but the scenery of the sightseeing platform above the park is also very good. I can see the panoramic view of Barcelona. The unfinished building on the left of Figure 2 is famous. The Sagrada Familia Church is also the only building in the world that has been listed as a World Heritage Site without completion.