Casa BatlloCurrently Open [Closes at 09:00 pm]
- Address: Passeig de Gracia, 43, 08007 Barcelona, Spain, 08007
- 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, Family And Kids, Architecture , Landmarks, Monuments And Memorials
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.
- 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.
- Juniors (7-18), Students, Seniors (65+): 19.5 Euros
- Children under 7: free
- For Locals: 15 Euros
- Last entrance is at 8:00 pm.
- Metro: Passeig de Gracia- L2, L3 and L4
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94.11% of people who visit Barcelona include Casa Batllo in their plan
12 PM - 1 PM
56.82% of people start their Casa Batllo visit around 12 PM - 1 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Casa Batllo
91.35% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Casa Batllo
Fascinating building worth seeing, but pricey for the experience. All the accessible rooms are devoid of furniture or wall art, and instead, you experience the rooms through the supplied mobile device that you carry around with you. It’s sort of a VR style mobile tour showing on the mobile device how the rooms would have looked like back in the day, along with narrative to explain its history. Cool tech, but not as interesting as if the actual period furniture was there. I would encourage you to find discounted tickets or package deals to get a better value. Be sure to visit the museum store before exiting.
Haven't done the tour of the house. However, I visited the small chocolatrie on the ground floor and the nice and quiet back garden and it was fantastic. Although famous among the tourists, everyone rushes in to buy staff but they rarely spend time on the back. It is ideal to have a warm chocolate and escape a bit from the crowds.
Sheer beauty.An architectural wonder. Privately owned and superbly kept. Very fast entrance at night ,superb audio accessory and very friendly reception. Reasonably priced for an awesome visit. Highly recommended.
One of Barcelona's landmarks and another work of Gaudi genius. Definitely must see during your visit to Catalonia. The entry fee is quite steep, but you can take in the outside view of the building and admire it from the street
Definitely worth going! Very cool building and a lot of see! The reason for the 4 is because it was incredibly crowded. They need to stagger the visitors more so that it is not so crowded. Also, we order tickets online and I’m not sure it actually helped. It was a longer line than the buy tickets at the location line. The fast pass line was significantly faster, however, it was still packed inside.