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Güell Palace

Contact details

Calle Nou de la Rambla 3-5
08001  Barcelona  (Catalonia)

Güell Palace


From Apr 01 to Oct 31
 Tuesday to Sunday
 10:00 to 20:00

Closing days: Monday

From Nov 01 to Mar 31
 Tuesday to Sunday
 10:00 to 17:30

Closing days: Monday

Güell Palace


General: €12
Reduced: €9
ICOM members and associations: Admission free
Children: Admission free

Güell Palace


Audio guide, Guided tours.

Teaching material adapted for the disabled.

Güell Palace


Gaudí was assigned the important task of creating an urban palace on a plot measuring 18x12 metres. The architect overcame the issue of size by incorporating a dome, stained-glass windows and stairways. The Palace has various floors. The subterranean floor or basement housed the stable and was accessed by means of ramps. The ground floor housed the garage, a store room, the living quarters and security booth for the doorman and a service stairway. The first floor was used as offices and included the library. The main floor encompassed the central lounge and, between this floor and the bedroom floor was the musicians' gallery and the kitchen. The top floor housed the servants' bedrooms, a washing room and kitchen. Finally, on the roof, there are 20 chimney stacks with a 15 metre-tall steeple in between.


Artistic period:

Historic period:
19th century

  • World Heritage certification
  • Accessibility certification