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Finca Güell, Barcelona

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  • Don't bother entering the garden; the price is 5 euros and it really is not worth it. The beautiful part of the place is the dragon gate and the rooftops of the pavillions, and that can be seen from t...  more »
  • This was Gaudis first building in Barcelona it was a house with stables for count guell who he built a lot of buildings for! Anyway the house has gone but the gardens remain and stable block the most ...  more »
  • I stopped by before going to the Camp Nou stadium was because like Gaudi's work a few steps away. The building itself rarely is seen. Courtyard round out and or birds perched on trees and walk and laid-back feel. Gate design that protects house looking good. If you have time to visit.
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  • It costs money to enter the garden and there is not too much to see inside. The draconic gate is spectacular though. Not necessarily a must hit place within Barcelona, but if you find you have time to spare or are on the hop on hop off bus it could be a nice stop.
  • Worth a visit. But no need to get in. Come here even after it closed, since many beautiful decors can be seen from out side. Even the famous dragon door.
  • This is one of the Güell buildings where you can find the famous "dragon door". In my opinion it is quite far just to see a door.
  • We only saw the two gate houses and the famous Dragon Gate, but worth the city guide your bus hop-off and on........ 5 Stars
  • Before buying our tickets, the guy behind the counter told us what we were getting into. He explained to us that the site is very small and not much really to look at. It was only 2 euros to get in so we didn't mind. HE WAS NOT KIDDING!!! There really wasn't much and the grounds are not well kept...AT ALL. Save your 2 euros and just take a picture of the gate. Yes, really.