Casa Batllo

4.622009 Votes Currently Open [Closes at 09:00 pm]
  • Address: Passeig de Gracia, 43, Barcelona, 08007, Spain
  • Timings: 09:00 am - 09:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +34-932160306
  • Fax: +1-934883090
  • Ticket Price: 23 EUR
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Art And Culture, Historical Site, Architecture , Landmarks, Monuments And Memorials
Tickets From $28.05

Casa Batllo is perhaps Antonio Gaudi’s greatest work and embodies his style perfectly. This 19th century construction is one of the most eccentrically decorated buildings by Antonio Gaudi in his modernist style.

The facade and the roof are decorated with his signature reptilian motifs. Inside, there are breathtaking corridors with marble flooring and the mosaic tiling that can be seen in many works of Gaudi. Gaudi’s style can be described best by using the word radical and no other. Very interesting sights are the famous Gaudi chairs that are beautifully crafted out of wood. Any lover of art is sure to love this place but any tourist whatsoever will also enjoy the eclectic design on this building.

Casa Batllo Travel Tips

  • Check out the facade when the undulating roof is flooded with light.
  • Take a look at the circular windows to see the bustling passeig de gracia below.
  • No parking facility is available.

Entrance Ticket Details For Casa Batllo

  • Juniors (7-18), Students, Seniors (65+): 19.5 Euros
  • Children under 7: free
  • For Locals: 15 Euros

Casa Batllo Hours

  • Last entrance is at 8:00 pm.

How to Reach Casa Batllo

  • Metro: Passeig de Gracia- L2, L3 and L4

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  • Casa Batllo Address: Passeig de Gracia, 43, Barcelona, 08007, Spain
  • Casa Batllo Contact Number: +34-932160306
  • Casa Batllo Timing: 09:00 am - 09:00 pm
  • Casa Batllo Price: 23 EUR
  • Time required to visit Casa Batllo: 02:00 Hrs
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  • 88.6% of people who visit Barcelona include Casa Batllo in their plan

  • 56.69% of people start their Casa Batllo visit around 12 PM - 1 PM

  • People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Casa Batllo

Wednesday, Friday and Sunday

91.27% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Casa Batllo

People normally club together Sagrada Familia and Casa Mila while planning their visit to Casa Batllo.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

Casa Batllo Reviews & Ratings

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    On 11-Jan-2019

    Beautiful and fun to look at.

  • This is such beautiful architecture! Just as priceless today as it was 130+ years ago! However I wish it were still a community living center as intended. All should be able to appreciate such a work of art and such a truly unique and timeless creation.

  • Incredible building. The inside is actually as great as the outside. Very good audio tour. I got the ticket without the private room viewing. I think I would have liked to see it, it looks like a furnished living area from the little slice of window you can peek in. Pricey, but excellent.

  • Worth visiting it, but do not pay an extra fee for skipping the line. It goes fast enough. The audio guide was quite cool showing at every location what the place looked like when people still lived there.

  • If you want to walk inside an art piece this is the place. Even though I’m not into architecture and buildings this place below my mind. You can spend hours inside and take hundreds of pictures of each floor. There is not a single straight wall in the entire building. Audio guide available in almost every language with a very good visual guide. Get the tickets online and save yourself €5. We got the gold ticket so we can pas the line but it’s not necessary since the line moves pretty fast.

  • I would give it 5 stars if fewer visitors were in the building. I booked for first tour time, 9am, but tour groups were admitted in advance and so there was little time to slowly take in the buildings wonderful features without feeling as though you were getting in another visitor's way.

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