The music that you may hear as you view this page is the actual busker who played this very evocative Spanish piece as we wandered through the park. To turn it off, scroll to the bottom and hit Pause. Music currently disabled.
This is a park established in 1900 by Senor Guell, a wealthy Barcelonian, originally as a housing estate for the wealthy. It was designed by his friend Antoni Gaudi who once again proved that his imagination was limitless.
Park Guell is a strange oasis on a hill above Barcelona which never became a housing estate but is now a public park full of tourists snapping photos (yes, I know, don’t tell me) and posing in front of every strange manifestation.
The hawkers were out in force and doing a roaring trade with at least one tourist: