Contemporary look at Gaudi’s Park Guell
Parc Güell is a must see in Barcelona. And I suggest you to go there for an excellent panoramic view of the city. You can by metro or bus. But if you go by metro, you have to walk quite a lot. Bus drops you just in front of the gate of the park. The park is UNESCO world heritage site.
You may take Bus 24 from Parallel metro or 90 from Hospital de Sant Pau.
Colonnaded pathway is an unique architechture, where the road projects out from the hillside, with the vaulting forming a retaining wall which curves over to support the road, and transmits the load onto sloping columns.
The outside park does not need any ticket. Only the monument area needs ticket, which is 7 euro. The park is a public park system composed of gardens and architectonic elements located on Carmel Hill. Carmel Hill…
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This park has a certain charisma–most because of the architectural form and details by Gaudi. But in you photos you captured Phoenix canariensis, Canary Island Date Palms, in bright yellow/orange/red fruiting showing a simple fashion in which trees can add to the character of the public realm.