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What you'll do
Get your Gaudí fix with this fascinating self-guided tour of Casa Batlló.
Take a Casa Batlló Tour with Go City®
- With us, there are no entry fees on the day – all you've got to do is show your pass.
- Admission to this UNESCO World Heritage Site.
- A free smart guide.
Deemed the crowning architectural work of Antoni Gaudí, Casa Batlló is a must-visit on anyone’s trip to Barcelona.
It’s one of the most popular attractions in Barcelona and a perfect representation of the mark Gaudí made on the city. You’ll receive a free smart guide as you explore the attraction to learn more about the legacy of this striking building.
Inside and out, there’s so much to see here. You’ll start with the facade, taking in the mosaic glass and ceramic disks. See the gallery projecting out over Passeig de Gracia, as well as large oval-shaped windows, stone columns in the shape of bones, and balconies with a mask-like appearance. Then you’ll explore the Noble Floor, the former residence of the Batlló family that spans more than 700m² and is the main residence in the building. Head up the staircase, which is designed to resemble an animal’s spine, and into a private entrance hall, reminiscent of underwater caves with skylights that look like tortoise shells.
Finally, you’ll reach the roof terrace and loft. This former service area has an underlying Mediterranean influence in its simplicity, openness, and light colors. Whatever your interpretation, a trip to this building will be top of your sightseeing list.
Casa Batlló highlights
Facade – see this striking exterior, made entirely from mosaic glass and ceramic disks. Don’t forget to look up and see the roof – it’s shaped like a dragon’s back with large scales, with a cross mounted on a tower.
Noble Floor – explore the former residence of the Batlló family. See Mr Batlló’s former study, as well as the festejador which was the courting room – complete with romantic mushroom-shaped fireplace – as well as the main suite with interconnecting rooms overlooking the Passeig de Gràcia. Make sure to look at the ceiling which resembles the undulating design of the facade.
Roof Terrace – one of Gaudí’s most creative and inventive areas of the house, conjuring up the representation of a dragon with its spine-like shape with multi-colored tiles in a mosaic technique.
Casa Batlló facts
- Casa Batlló was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2005.
- The attraction is a prime example of Gaudí’s foresight into the theory of rationalism, which would come 30 years later, with its modern notion of ventilation.
- The Batlló Family was an eminent family in Barcelona's textile sector.
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Know before you go
Getting in: please present your pass at the ticket desk upon arrival. We recommend visiting between 12PM and 3PM or after 6PM to avoid the busiest times.
During peak times, please allow an extra 20 minutes to get through the ticket gates - this popular attraction gets busy in high season!
For more information visit the Casa Batlló website.
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Where you'll be
Passeig de Gràcia, 43, null, Barcelona, ES
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