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Gaudi used organic, natural forms to mimic and harmonize with the landscape, as well as his typical palette of colorful tile mosaics. All elements received the Gaudi treatment, including staircases, columns, and the famous serpentine bench. This is a popular and must-see attraction in Barcelona.
Also in the park is the Casa-Museu Gaudi, the home of Gaudi until his death, and the Casa del Guarda lodge, both open to the public. The park has been free of charge, but it appears a >5 euro admission fee may soon be implemented for tourists. It would remain free for Barcelona residents.
The park is a 20 minute walk uphill from the nearest Metro stop at Lesseps. A taxi can take you from the station, or the 24 bus from Plaça de Catalunya goes directly to the park.
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