Book Park Guell and Casa Mila Tickets at € 39 | Save Up to 5%

Park Guell and Casa Mila combo tickets cost €39 and offer direct entry to Barcelona’s two popular attractions while saving you both time and money.

On the one hand, Casa Mila has unique architecture with a curvy facade and a rooftop terrace. A separate ticket for it starts at €28.

On the other hand, Park Guell is a privatized park system with nature-inspired houses and sculptures. A separate ticket for it starts at €14.

Renowned architect Antoni Gaudi designed both, and by visiting them together with a combo ticket, you can save yourself around 5% per ticket.

Plus, you can have flexibility in choosing your preferred date and time slot for visiting each of them.

Why book this ticket?

Direct Access

Smartphone tickets accepted

Free Cancellation

Save on average €4 per ticket

Highlights of this ticket:

Get direct entry to Casa Mila and Park Guell with Skip the Lines access at the cheapest price.

Explore the unique architecture, facades and interiors of Casa Milà La Pedrera, along with the Espai Gaudi Exhibition.

Climb the curved stairwells to see its stunning roof terrace with whimsical chimneys and enjoy the views of Barcelona’s Skyline.

Wander through the landscapes of Park Güell, comprising a 12-hectare Forest Zone and whimsical architectural elements with colorful mosaic tiles.

Sit on the serpentine bench, which is the world’s longest corrugated bench, offering a joyful environment and serene views of the city.

Learn more about Antoni Gaudi and his unique architectural techniques with an audio-guided tour.


  • Casa Milà skip-the-line tickets
  • Audio guide in Catalan, Chinese, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish
  • Access to Park Güell’s Monumental Zone

Combo Price:

Per Participant€39

Casa Mila Price:

Park Guell Price:

Visitor’s AgeCost (€)
Adult ticket (13 to 64 years)€27
Child ticket (7 to 12 years€12
Infant ticket (0 – 6 years)Free
Senior (65+ with ID)€18
Student (with ID)€18
Disabled visitor€18
Visitor’s AgeCost (€)
Adult ticket (13 to 64 years )€13
Child ticket (7 to 12 years )€9
Infant ticket (0 to 6 years )Free
Senior (65+ years)€9
Visitors with Carer€9
Disabled visitorFree

Cancellation policy 

A flexible cancellation policy allows you to cancel your Casa Mila and Park Guell tickets up to 24 hours before your visit for a full refund.

What is the Distance from Casa Mila to Park Guell?

Park Guell Address: Gràcia, 08024 Barcelona, Spain

Casa Mila Address: Pg. de Gràcia, 92, L’Eixample, 08008 Barcelona, Spain

The distance from Casa Mila to Park Guell is 2.7 km on a walking route and 3.5 km on a driving route.

Visitors commonly visit these attractions together, and many opt to walk between them to enjoy the scenic views and explore other places along the way.

Different Ways to Travel from Casa Mila to Park Guell:

Different Ways to Travel from Casa Mila to Park Guell
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There are various ways to travel between these two attractions – by bus, car, taxi, subway or on foot.

By Bus:

Cost: €2 to €3

Time taken: 20 minutes

Nearest Stop (Casa Mila):
Pg de Gràcia – Diagonal stop

Nearest Stop (Park Guell): Ctra del Carmel – Albert Llanas Stop

The cheapest way to travel from Casa Mila to Park Guell is by taking a bus.

A bus journey between them takes 20 minutes and costs € 2 to € 3.

You can conveniently catch Bus No. 24 from the nearby Pg de Gràcia – Diagonal stop, located at a distance of 220m on the Pg de Gràcia route. GET DIRECTIONS

The bus will take you to the Ctra del Carmel – Albert Llanas Stop, located a few steps from the Park Guell.

From the stop, you can easily walk to the entrance of Park Guell. GET DIRECTIONS

By Subway:

Cost: €2 to €3

Time taken:
20 minutes

Nearest Stop (Casa Mila): Diagonal Metro Station

Nearest Stop (Park Guell):

Another cost-effective way to travel between Casa Mila and Park Guell is by taking line L3 on a subway/Metro.

The subway takes approximately the same time and money to travel. However, you have to walk a little more.

To travel by Metro, take Line L3 from the Diagonal Station and get off Lesseps Station. From the station, the park is at a distance of 1 km.

Based on your convenience, you can either walk or take a taxi to cover this last one kilometer. It will take around 20 minutes on foot.

To walk from Lesseps station:

You can start by heading northeast on Pl. de Lesseps.

Then, take the next two lefts and a right onto the same route.

Take a slight right onto Trav. de Dalt.

Turn left onto Av. del Santuari de St. Josep de la Muntanya.

After a short distance, make a right onto Ptge. De Mercedes.

By Car/Taxi:

Cost: €45 to €50

Time taken: 5 to 10 minutes

Barcelona is a suitable place to find taxis or rented cars, which are also the fastest way to travel.

Taxis take 5 minutes and cost €45 to €50 to cover the distance from Casa Mila to Park Guell.

Alternatively, you can take the C/ del Rosselló route if you decide to drive. It is 3.5 km long and will take around 10 minutes. GET DIRECTIONS

By Walk:

Distance: 2.7 km

Time taken: 45 minutes

Barcelona is a wonderful place to explore on foot.

If you want to see other attractions and experience the surroundings, you can also walk from Casa Mila to Park Guell. As mentioned earlier, the walking route is 2.7km.

To walk between the attractions, you can use the Gran de Gràcia route:

1. Head southwest on C/ de Provença, turn right toward Pg. de Gràcia

2. After walking for a while, Pl. de Lesseps becomes Pg. de Gràcia. Continue on the route.

3. Turn right onto Pl. de Lesseps to reach Trav. de Dalt

4. Turn left onto Av. del Santuari de St. Josep de la Muntanya GET DIRECTIONS

Opening Hours of Park Guell and Casa Mila:

Opening Hours of Park Guell and Casa Mila
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Park Guell:

The Park Guell opens daily between 9 am and 9.30 am in the morning and closes between 5.30 pm and 7.30 pm.

Know more about the Opening Hours of Park Guell in 2024 here→

Casa Mila:

Summer (4 March 2024 to 1 November 2024)9 am to 8.30 pm
Winter (2 November 2024 – 3 March 2025)9 am to 6.30 pm
Night Time Tour 9 pm to 11 pm
Closed On25 December 

What to Expect with Park Guell and Casa Mila Tickets

Here’s a detailed itinerary of what you can expect at Barcelona’s famous sites, Park Guell and Casa Batllo:

Casa Mila

With 1 million annual visitors, Casa Milà, also known as La Pedrera, is a famous attraction in Barcelona.

It is considered one of the most iconic works by its architect, Antoni Gaudí and was also the last private residence he designed.

Once you are in front of the building, you will be amazed by its unique architectural style; rather than straight walls, it has a facade with curvy waals and lines all around.

The facade is well-decorated with wrought iron balconies.

Inside Casa Mila, you will see the stunning interior design with lavish apartments, halls, courtyards, and walls well decorated with artwork.

The work of Guadi was inspired by nature, and its innovative features maximize natural light and airflow inside the building.

Today, it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and continues to attract visitors from around the world.

Park Guell 

Park Guell is divided into the Monumental Zone and the Forest Zone

The Monumental Zone is the most exciting part of the park, as it features Gaudi’s works and covers 5% of the park.

It includes popular highlights: the entrance pavilion, staircase, serpentine bench, Gaudi house, and more.

You discover the Porter’s Lodge Pavillion and the Dragon Stairway as you enter the park.

The pavillion has a beautiful roof with stunning Catalan clay trencadís, while the stairway has a mosaic dragon fountain.

Your next stop will be the Hypostyle room, with stone columns loosely resembling trees.

After this, you can see the Nature Square, a vast space surrounded by a long, colorful bench named Trencadís Bench.

After exploring the park, you can see the Austria Gardens, a peaceful green landscape escape from the chaotic world.

Lastly, visit the infamous Gaudi House Museum, the former residence of Antoni Gaudi.


1. How much do the Park Guell and Casa Mila combo tickets cost?

The combo tickets for Park Guell and Casa Mila cost €39 per participant. These tickets provide direct entry to both attractions, saving visitors time and money.

2. What does the combo ticket include?

The combo ticket includes skip-the-line access to Casa Mila and Park Guell and the park’s Monumental Zone entry.

Visitors can see the interiors, rooftop, and the permanent Espai Gaudi Exhibition at the Casa Mila while learning more about them with an audio guide.

3. Is there a discount available with the combo ticket?

Yes, purchasing the combo tickets saves around 5% per ticket compared to buying separate tickets for each attraction.

4. How far is Park Guell from the Casa Mila?

The distance from Park Guell to Casa Mila is approximately 2.7 kilometers.

5. Are smartphone tickets accepted for the Casa Mila and Park Guell?

Yes, smartphone tickets are accepted for entry to both Park Guell and Casa Mila.

6. How do I book the combo tickets?

Visit the booking site and select the number of tickets and preferred date and time slot for visiting each attraction.

Proceed to checkout and complete the payment process.

Upon successful booking, you’ll receive a confirmation email with your tickets. You can show them at the entrance and enjoy the visit!

Featured Photo by Martijn Vonk on Unsplash, Sara Darcaj on Unsplash

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