We went to Park Guell in early August, when it was very warm and very crowded. It was worth the wait of paid admission to se the well know landmarks within the park, but it was relatively difficult to get there and out of it with public transportation. For our arrival, we took the Metro, and walked up the steep streets including several escalators and a 25% incline to get to the outer limits of the parks.
It is fairly unclear unless you are fluent in Catalan that the key exhibits at the park charge a fee and give you an hour and a half to go wander around before yoga re expected back.
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