Antoni Gaudi, architecture, Barcelona, Catalonia, Europe, Parc Güell, Spain Photo Gallery: Parc Güell Gallery June 6, 2016 Destinations 1 Comment Follow us on Facebook! Here are some additional photos of our visit to Parc Güell. From the metro station we took some narrow side streets to the park, including this very steep one. There is a large natural park behind the terrace. Gaudi wanted to preserve a lot of wilderness in the original plans for Güell’s ambitious project. The Porter’s Lodge, now a gift shop The Warden’s House, originally meant to house offices Ceiling mozaic above the lower terrace Janis, Chris and Sheila sitting at the top of the staircase entrance to the park. Underneath one of the viaducts. Buskers are a common sight throughout the park on busy days. We head up onto the viaduct Janis and Sheila and some very large planters on the viaduct The two buildings at the base of the entrance to the park Looking up to the upper terrace Inside the gift shop Looking at the Warden’s House from a window in the gift shop A couple of grottos at the entrance to Parc Güell. Buskers often entertain in them. The Warden’s House from the street Follow us on Facebook!