Stepping in Park Güell in Barcelona last May.
To avoid queues and ensure you get in, it is best to book tickets online before your visit.
The world of Gaudi is a dream world. While the lines to all the buildings were too long for me to even try getting in, the walking routes around the park were nice and peaceful. You will be surrounded by trees and nature and most likely run into local joggers.

Park Güell by Antoni Gaudi

Visiting Park Güell in Barcelona was quite an experience. I wore my Stella jumpsuit to blend in the mosaics and thought I would just have a quick walk around the area before dinner.

After two hours of wondering and admiring all the buildings and sculptures and works of art, I understood what a massive project the park had been for Gaudi.

So rich, so odd, so interesting, so playful, so inspiring.

Also, after this experience, seeing the Niki de Saint Phalle exhibition in Helsinki made more sense to me. Gaudi’s influence in her work is just so strong.