Casa Batllo, Barcelona

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Casa Batllo, Barcelona - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: Passeig de Gracia, 43, 08007 Barcelona, Spain

Phone: +34-932160306

Ticket Price: 23 EUR

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 09:00 am - 09:00 pm Details

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Casa Battlo 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 Information

  • 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.

Casa Batllo Ticket Prices

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

Casa Batllo Opening and Closing Hours

  • Last entrance is at 8:00 pm.

How To reach Casa Batllo by Public Transport

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

Restaurants Near Casa Batllo

  • Tenorio
  • El mussol
  • Tapa Tapa
  • Nepresso Boutique

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  • Casa Batlló will have you smiling as you leave or as in my case smiling the whole time. Take the self guided tour and take your time to listen to all of it. There are little surprises along the way. I went in June when there was some down time and just lined up to get a ticket which took maybe all of five minutes. The staff are very helpful and for those that do not speak Spanish, they do speak English. The house is exquisite. All the design and thought placed into every element of it is sheer genius. Climb all the way into the rooftop and enjoy the views before you leave.

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  • A full tour of a famous home designed by Antoni Gaudi's. It is run by a private company. The tour is well developed and organized, using smart devices to provide audio and augmented reality images at your particular location. A lot of details are given along with historical anecdotes. Somewhat pricey but it gives quite good value. The souvenir shop is quite nice. Buy tickets online to avoid queue at the door.

  • We bought tickets online for the "Be The First" option which admitted a few people at 8:30 am to avoid crowds. Well worth the €36 cost per person! The audio guide is included and very easy to use. You could explore the entire house including the fantastic roof, and take all the photos you want (some of which are included below). Well worth the cost.

  • Do the full house tour! It's not cheap (€23.5 when buying online) yet absolutely worth it for anyone interested in art, modernism, innovation, architecture and of course, Gaudí. Not only that the building is stunning inside and out, but the audio/video guide included in the entrance ticket is a powerful simulation of the house as it was used in the past. It reveals interesting stories and achievements at Casa Batlló. Take your time to enjoy the audio guide (1-1.5 hr) and enjoy the journey :)

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  • The tour isn't cheap, but Casa Batllo may have the best audio/visual guide I've ever had at any museum in the world. It's well worth the money, and makes the entire visit really come alive. Highly recommend!

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