Looking for somewhere to go for a picnic ideally in scenic surroundings in Barcelona? There is no better place in this city than the Park Güell.
✦ The Park Güell
Park Güell is located in La Salut, in the Gràcia district of Barcelona, in the province of Catalonia, Spain.
This public park is a World Heritage Site under the Work of Antoni Gaudí.
This park is one of the most outstanding sights in Barcelona.
Due to its amazing art and the mystery of the mind behind the architectural work of architect Antoni Gaudì, the park can be quite busy.
The parks show evidently how he had fun while creating these beautiful and colorful designs.
✦ What To Expect From The Park Güell
The walk to this park from the city of Barcelona is uphill. As you walk to the park there is an increasing beautiful panoramic view of the city with each step on the way.
It is great to wander around in this whimsical park. Or more to spend a sunny afternoon in this sublime park in Barcelona.
Visitors can sit and enjoy the sun on the long and winding benches while looking past the city and towards the sea. This is a sight that summed will up your trip.
This unique park and the walk around it has terrific views of Barcelona city. It is a neat place where you can just soak up yourself with the ambiance and the local atmosphere.
You can’t miss walking in this pleasant park on a hillside because you will enjoy a whole package of other things than the park itself. These include: enjoying climbing the stairs, the inclined steep paths, a picnic in the park and breathtaking architecture in Barcelona Another reason for you to add this into your bucket list!
I hope that this inspires you to explore a new place this summer.
✦ Some Tips
- It’s easily accessible by public transport
- Like any other big city, watch out for the pickpockets
- Almost all stores, markets and restaurants are closed on Sundays
- Save time and book your tickets online in advance
Thank you for stopping by and stay positive!
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