Casa Batlló, locally known as the House of Bones, is one of Gaudí's masterpieces. It was built between 1904 and 1906, comissioned by Josep Batlló.
Casa Batlló is a famous building in the heart of Barcelona built between 1904 and 1906. It was commissioned by Josep Batlló, a Spanish entrepreneur, to Antoni Gaudí. Casa Batlló is one of the architect’s masterpieces, along with the Sagrada Familia. As well as a magnificent example of Catalan Modernist architecture, it's considered worldwide as an artistic chef d’oeuvre.
A magical building
Behind Casa Batllo’s captivating and colorful façade lies Gaudí’s surprising and unique universe that visitors will unearth thanks to the guidance of an audio guide.
Once inside the striking building, visitors will tour the Batlló family’s former residence and discover each of its nook and crannies, including the beautiful Patio de Luces (the building’s main staircase and light well), as well as the legendary rooftop and chimneys.
Surprising and well-worth visiting
Casa Batlló is currently one of Barcelona’s most visited and popular attractions.
The unique details in each space of the house make this tour extremely worthwhile and it'll probably become one of your favorite attractions in Barcelona. A definite must.
If you want to visit this stunning landmark, book skip-the-line tickets here.
Every day from 9 am until 8:15 pm (the opening hours vary depending on the season).
Adults: € 35 (US$ 37.70)
Students, Children (7-18) and seniors over 60: € 29 (US$ 31.20)
Children under 7: Free
Gaudí's Casa Batlló Skip the Line Ticket € 35 (US$ 37.70)
Metro: Passeig de Gràcia, lines 2, 3 and 4.
Buses: lines H10, V15, 7, 22, and 24.
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