The ground on which the park is located was never leveled by Gaudi. Therefore, the original route of the area remains as it was at the beginning. This makes the hike, the ups and downs and the winding paths particularly interesting.
In many of the buildings you will see fragments of colorful ceramics, creating an abstract and colorful mosaic, in a style called Trencadis. This coating is found both on straight surfaces and on curved surfaces and this provides a unique look to the park and its objects.
But wait, if the park was designed by famous architect Gaudí, why is the name of the park "Park Güell"? - Well, the park was built as a real estate project of the patron Eusebi Güell, who was impressed by similar projects to which he was exposed in England. He hired architect Gaudí and asked him to design the compound, which still belongs to him and is named after him.
A few meters from the entrance plaza you can see the lizard-dragon that emits water. This statue has become one of the symbols of the architect Gaudí. At the entrance there are also two colorful entry booths and a compound called the "Hundred-Pillar Room." Its purpose is to protect visitors from rain. The stone benches in the park are built in the form of a decorated snake and allow for particularly comfortable seating, thanks to the shape specially adapted for the human back.
The park also has a small museum dedicated to the famous architect. This building served as the residence of Gaudí at the time he planned the park. In the museum you will find many of the objects that the genius used while he lived here. The museum complex is the only part of the park that has an entrance fee.