|Tuesday||10:00 AM – 5:30 PM|
|Wednesday||10:00 AM – 5:30 PM|
|Thursday||10:00 AM – 5:30 PM|
|Friday||10:00 AM – 5:30 PM|
|Saturday||10:00 AM – 5:30 PM|
|Sunday||10:00 AM – 5:30 PM|
IMHO highly undervalued and rivals the depth and richness of experience of Casa Batllo or Mila. Provides very informative insight into life of the period high society.
We went here on a Sunday afternoon and was told it was free to go in which was a nice surprise. We had an audio guide which was easy to follow. The features in this building are just spectacular and cleverly designed. Worth a look.
Entrance fee not as expensive compared to other Gaudí's buildings (plus you can use a student discount), not crowded at all, you get an audio guide and you can walk it in your own pace. It is very impressive from the inside, during a nice weather you are also allowed to go on the rooftop. All in all, I enjoyed it and would definitely recommend it as a not-so-touristic yet cultural spice-up of your trip.
The food was lovely and the surroundings were beautiful. It got very busy quickly (Saturday night) and the service went downhill. Not enough staff but they were all lovely.
One of Barcelona's gems. The park is free and you can experience a lot of Gaudi's works. It is worthwhile to pay the fee to see the monuments area. We particularly enjoyed when the marching band came by and the acrobats performed. Definitely worthwhile.
I loved this palace, it has so much inside of it and is great value for money. Great chance to see some early gaudi with little to no crowds or waiting time. Would definitely recommend!
Impressive dark exterior ironwork -colourful chimneys on roof. Lots of marketry interior decor, a few parabolic arches... The audio guide makes for s leisurely tour. Long way down from servants quarters to the shop.. Guell palace cool on hot day. Just off La Ramblas
Cool park but some parts, you gotta pay. Crowdy and touristy too. Interesting things to see though but not alot unless u pay to enter. You can still walk around the park, have a picnic, climb to the hill where the cross is, or smoke a joint on higher lands.
A beautiful building and visit. We took the guided tour in french. Our guide was awesome. Loved every bits.
It was one of the most amazing stops in Barcelona for me and my wife. In photos it is impossible to realize how amazing is this building. When you see it with your own eyes and listen to audio guide, you start to realize how inovative was Gaudi. One more benefit of this building - you can visit it without need to previously order tickets or waiting in long lines.
It's not one of the most famous artwork of Gaudí so it is not very crowdy. It is cheap and worth visiting. Make sure that it is not raining so you can go to the rooftop.
The best work of Gaudi's to visit in Barcelona in my opinion. Smaller and on a human scale,.designed around the needs and activities of a real family. Well conserved and not rehabilitates.
A fantastic architecture ! Gaudi was unique at the time he was born. He thought of all the necessary needs for a more comfortable life , and made his creation not only practical but also beautiful. I adore Gaudi's architecture, a genius .
It's really a magnificent architecture in Barcelona. One can learn a lot about Mr. Gaudi from this building, one of his early works. I like the design of the rooftop the best. There are twenty fascinating and nontraditional chimneys and central spire. What's more. One can enjoy the city view up there. A must-visit architecture for those who visit Barcelona.
Lovely park. Great to walk around in the summer. Incredible architecture, kool street performers and the great views of Barcelona from the viewing area.
Nice and colorful place for great photos if you visit it early in the morning. After 10 am too many people so park becomes noizy and crowdy, and for me, lost its magic. And of course, I recommend to book tickets online to save time.
One of my favourite buildings in Barcelona. Amazing architecture by Gaudi and others. I absolutely loved it.
This is a really nice place to visit!! It’s 12€ to get in but you get a tour around the beautiful house amongst the busy street! What you can’t see from outside is the roof and I’d say visit purely for this! It’s got amazing views around Barcelona and has amazing chimneys decorated beautifully!
Absolutely fell in love with this palace! I don't understand how one could spend only an hour here! We ended up spending around three and a half hours! The palace premises are well maintained, the audio guide is fantastic and the staff is really sweet and helpful! But, beyond all that, Gaudi's work left us amazed and spellbound! Tip: the terrace is a pretty good place to see the sunset from, so head to the terrace if you're in the palace around sundown!
Surprising find right off one of the main streets in Barcelona. I think this is a must-see for those interested in late 19th century Spanish architecture. It's also for people who really want to see a cool house from a super rich family.
A must visit if you are in Barcelona. You can learn a lot about Gaudi and the impact he had on the city's architecture. You have a great view from the rooftop and the interior is really nice. It looks much larger than it is. The queues are long to go inside but they move really fast. Bonus tip: they have free entries on certain days of the month, search online before you plan your visit.