Immerse yourself in the magical world of the Casa Batlló in Barcelona. Discover the fascinating details of this masterpiece by Gaudí.
Visit Casa Batlló, one of Gaudí's most impressive works, with an informative video guide that will introduce you to its features and characteristics
This UNESCO World Heritage Site is very popular with the locals, who call it the Casa dels Ossos (House of Bones) because of its animated appearance
The central part of the building has smaller windows at the top and bright tiles on the way down, which are designed for uniform light distribution
Experience the seemingly animated Casa Batlló, one of Gaudí's most surprising works (and that really says something!). From the smallest details inside to the famous killed dragon on the roof, this is a true masterpiece by Gaudí.
Gaudí's masterpiece Casa Batlló, located in the heart of the city, was built in 1877 as an apartment building. The wealthy Batlló family bought the complex in 1904 and knowing what a genius Gaudí was, they asked him to build a new house on this site. Gaudí, who never did what was expected of him, decided instead to renovate the building. Today it is considered one of the most emblematic works of the brilliant Catalan.
Gaudí worked without restrictions and gave free rein to his creativity. This resulted in one of the most poetic of his works - you can practically feel the magic as you walk past it. He gave the original façade an undulating shape with fascinating little details. For example, the windows look like a pine tree or an animal's throat, giving the entire façade an animal-like, almost animated appearance.
Wherever you look, you will discover bright colours, inspiring uses of space and details that will make you think. Don't forget to look upwards. On the roof there is a hump representing the dragon killed by St George.
With five different areas on more than 5,000 m2, Casa Batlló offers you a world of fascination. And together with the video guide, your appreciation of this remarkable building will be awakened.
Children under 7 years have free admission and do not need tickets.
The last entry is one hour before closing time.
The last tour starts at 19:45.
Opening Hours: Mo-Sun: 09:00 - 21:00
This tour is wheelchair accessible.
The audio guide is available in English, Catalan, Spanish, French, Italian, German, Chinese, Korean, Japanese, Russian and Portuguese.
Subway: L2, L3 or L4 to Passeig de Gràcia
Bus: H10, V15, 7, 22 or 24
• Entrance ticket
• Video guide
• Skip-the-line access (if selected)
Passeig de Gràcia 43, 08007 Barcelona.
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