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Designed by famed father of Catalan Modernism Antoni Gaudí, Casa Battló looks like something out of a dream. With its skeletal-like pillars, oval-shap...

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Casa Batlló is one of Barcelona's most emblematic modernist buildings and one of the most highly rated cultural and tourist attractions, wel...

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Casa Batlló, commissioned to Antoni Gaudí by the Spanish entrepreneur Josep Batlló, is a true example of Catalan modernism, along with other...

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Visit Casa Batlló and enjoy an open-air concert with views over the city. Immerse yourself in Gaudí’s universe through the augmented reality...

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Casa Batlló is one of the most famous buildings in the heart of Barcelona built between 1904 and 1906. It was commissioned to Antoni Gaudí b...

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Book this private tour to explore one of the most popular monuments in Spain accompanied by a professional dedicated guide. With your skip-t...

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During this 3-hour tour through the heart of Barcelona, you will discover the fantastic architecture of Antoni Gaudí, Barcelona’s most impor...

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Bike through the Gothic Quarter to the end of the famous Las Ramblas and the Old Port of Barcelona on a 4-hour evening bike tour.Start your ...

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During This Full Gaudí Experience on an e-bike you will explore the whole city with us from bottom to top and get to know Antoni Gaud´s majo...

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If you want to visit Barcelona at your own pace and with no hurry, the double-decker tourist bus is the best option for you! You can get on ...

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Begin this tour in Plaça Catalonia the main square in the center of the city, and head for the avenue with the most distinctive Catalan arch...

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The inside story

Designed by famed father of Catalan Modernism Antoni Gaudí, Casa Battló looks like something out of a dream. With its skeletal-like pillars, oval-shaped windows and balconies akin to gaping jaws, it has fittingly been dubbed Casa dels ossos (The House of Bones).

A remodel of an existing house by Spanish architect Emilio Sala Cortés, in 1904 it was redesigned by Gaudi as the new home for wealthy industrialist Josep Batlló and his family. The Battló family gave free reign to Gaudi’s creativity, allowing him to push the boundaries of Modernism and Art Nouveau. The result is one of the most fantastically bizarre buildings of his opera.

UNESCO-listed since 2005, the building is loaded with magnificent detail that demonstrates how Gaudi was inspired by the natural world. From its exterior of colored mosaics that evoke a lake’s surface, to the swirling sculpted stone and shimmering blue tiles of the interior, the impression you get is of a living, breathing edifice. Reinforced by a roof shaped like the sinuous back of St George’s dragon, the latter also adds a mythical touch to the design.

Casa Battló is open every day of the year from 9am to 9pm. Allow yourself at least an hour to fully appreciate this architectural gem. As it tends to get crowded, it’s best to book your ticket in advance. Early mornings and late afternoons is when it tends to be the least busy.

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Casa Batlló Passeig de Gràcia, 43, 08007 Barcelona Barcelona
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