Parque Güell is the famous architectural park designed by Antoni Gaudi and is located on the hillside of Barcelona. Attracting many tourists and locals every year, it has become one of the more popular attractions of Barcelona. Displaying many unique buildings and statues of the late Antoni Gaudi, the mosaic used in the sculptures and buildings is unparalleled. On top of the park, you have an amazing 360 degree view over the city of Barcelona. You can reach the park easily by taking the Green Metro Line (L3) from Plaza Catalunya or any other stop and get out at metrostop Vallcarca or Lesseps. From this point, you need to walk a few minutes but this is not a punishment since you will the outskirts of the park from a great distance. The area of Parque Güell is mostly built against the hill, so some areas of the district might be a bit steep. However, public transportation is plentiful and the amazing design of the area makes walking around in this area a delight. Visit the park, walk through the area, of quickly get on the metro which will take you to any other beautiful place in Barcelona within minutes.