Among Antoni Gaudí’s most appreciated works in Barcelona, the Casa Batllo is easily on the top. With the construction process of this structure, Gaudí has always been provided full creative freedom. With that space, he completely did justice to it. He had converting it into a true masterpiece both inside and out. You know what? You don’t have to worry about finding this building as it is instantly recognizable from far. There are multiple tones displayed on the exterior on both the façade and the roof. Along with it, Moreover, there had been numerous changes in its interior and addition of windows to bring some light in and make the building brighter for its residents.
Casa Batlló is truly a must-see if you are on a Gaudí excursion. This structure forever remains as one of his most stunning works.
Casa Batlló Address
Passeig de Gràcia, 43
08007 Barcelona, España.
How to get to there?
Metro: Green Line, L3, of Passeig de Gràcia .
Calle Aragó-Rambla Catalunya exit. You will find Casa Batlló in only 30 seconds of walk from the metro stop if you’ve take the correct metro exit. When you are leaving for the metro, look for the exit called Calle Aragó-Rambla Catalunya.
València / Passeig de Gràcia: H10, 20
Passeig de Gràcia / Aragó: 7, 22, 24, V15
Hop on hop off the sightseeing tourist bus stop
The nearest stop you’ll find for Casa Batlló is “Casa Batlló” with the “hop on hop off” sightseeing bus.
Entrance Fee: €29.00
VIP fast pass entry supplement: €5.00 additional with the entrance fee.
Inclusions in the entrance fee:
By means of an audio-guided tour you will be led inside. The guided tour is available in 10 languages – English, Spanish, Catalan, German, French, Italian, Russian, Portuguese, Japanese and Chinese. You will be headed towards a magnificent private staircase close to the Main Floor (former home of the Batlló’s). Through the building’s ordinary staircase, you will enter the Piano Nobile from there. You will then ascend through the oniric Lightwell, the area where blue ranges from dark to pale light, which dramatically masters the distribution of natural light. Altogether, the complete tour will take an hour or so.
Visitors will also find a souvenir shop with gifts inside the building. These shops are exclusively related to the house and offers a wide variety of Gaudí books.
Opening hours: Monday – Sunday: 09:00 am – 09:00 pm
On some days the Casa Batlló closes at 02:00 pm depending on the availability of the rooms.
Officially, the Casa Batlló only closes on the 25 December and the 01 January. On Easter holidays the house is open like normal days.
Audio guided tour. Skip the long line by reserving your tickets online.
You can get your “skip the line” admission tickets to Casa Batlló prior to your trip. When you buy your tickets, one thing you might not know is that it also includes an audio guide that explains the stories behind each room in Casa Batlló. This audio guide is available in 10 languages – English, Spanish, Catalan, German, French, Italian, Russian, Portuguese, Japanese and Chinese. In case you are interested in learning more about Gaudí’s thought process behind the creation of the magnificent design of this iconic masterpiece, the audio guide is the best option for you.
Happy journey 🙂