Sumptuous mosaics adorn the Guell Park in many places. One of the best known is the salamander found near the entrance. At the top, from the terrace you have a beautiful view over the city and its various monuments.
The park is large, so allow enough time to visit. A half day would be ideal to browse all the aisles and take lots of pictures. You can also buy food at Mercat de la Boqueria before going to the park and find a picnic spot up there.
To get there: Take the subway green line, L3, until the station De Lesseps. Follow the signs out of the subway, you will find signs along the road. Beware, the slope is steep to get to the park, but it’s worth it. You can also take a cab… The opening hours of the park vary according to season, it is generally open from 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., but closes later in summer. And remember, admission is free! You only need to pay if you want to visit the house of Gaudi.