5 tips for visiting Park Güell


We visited Park Güell on a sunny day in March. The park is one of the most famous sights of Barcelona and the reflexion of Gaudí’s artistic plenitude, which belongs to his naturalist phase. During this period, the architect perfected his personal style through inspiration from organic shapes found in nature. 

I love taking in all the amazing ceramics and my favorite is the dragon at the entrance of the park. 
If you plan to visit the park, have the following tips for visiting Park Güell in mind.

1.) Go early: There are fewer people in the morning disturbing your plans of taking photographs with Gaudí’s famous dragon fountain. Another reason it that it can get really hot around 1 pm, so you might want to avoid those temperatures.

2.) Don't wear high heels: The park is huge and set on a hillside so you'll be walking a lot.

3.) Bring water: As you'll be walking a lot, you might get thirsty and what is on offer at the few restaurants in the park is really pricey, so you might bring your own beverages.

4.) Stay alert: As you're strolling through the park, keep an eye on your stuff. 
Where there are tourists, there might be thieves.

5.) Last but not least... Make sure to touch the ceramic dragon, it is said to bring luck! ;o)


Jeans: Zara // Shoes: Nike // Scarf: Louis Vuitton // Cap: New Era

1 comment:

  1. Huhu du Liebe,

    habe gerade mal deinen Blog durchgestöbert und bin bei dem Post hängengeblieben! War selbst letztes Jahr dort und der Park Güell war eins meiner Highlights. Sehr schöne Bilder, besonders von der Sitzbank. :)

    Liebe Grüße



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