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Casa Batlló

Museum and Monument / Landmark
La Dreta de l'Eixample, Barcelona
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  • Mikahla V.
    "Beautiful architecture with a really cool audio guide."(20 Tips)
    Mia K.
    "also by Antoni Gaudí"(10 Tips)
    Vanesa R.
    "Amazing experience with an augmented reality video guide"(7 Tips)
    Isidro N.
    "#Gaudi #architecture #modernism of #Barcelona #INarquitectura"(4 Tips)
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  • Ivan P.
    Ivan PashkoSeptember 14, 2014
    Must visit in Barcelona! Unique place, with charming and magic architecture and interior designs. All forms are natural and very interesting. Visit it in the morning, there no tourists crowds inside.
    Upvoted 2 weeks ago
  • Oh-Barcelona.com
    Oh-Barcelona.comOctober 17, 2012
    The Casa Batlló is celebrating 10 years of being open to the public with a lights show this weekend. And it's even free! Be sure to head there this Saturday or Sunday to see this Gaudí treasure lit up Read more
  • Levent E.
    Levent ErtogluSeptember 29, 2015
    One of Gaudi's best masterpieces at the very heart of Barcelona city center. Well designed videoguide app helps you understand Gaudi's insights and visualise the connections he made with mother nature
  • Antal János M.
    Beautiful building from the inside and out. Worth taking the time and money to go in - sometimes they have evening tours. You get access to the roof, too. There's also a great gift accessible from out
  • Oh-Barcelona.com
    Oh-Barcelona.comOctober 22, 2012
    The Casa Batlló put on a spectacular lights show on Saturday and Sunday to celebrate it's 10th year of public visits. This was our favourite photo from the show!
  • Holger L.
    Holger LuedorfFebruary 24, 2013
    Highly recommend the self-guided audio tour. Nuts to think this house is avant-garde now, imagine what people felt in 1905 when it was built. Stunning!
  • Maja
    MajaJanuary 29, 2015
    If you are to choose only one of most famous Gaudí casas, pick this one. It's entirely accessible to public, even with the backyard and offers an detailed audio guide. But a key is that it's gorgeous.
  • Eugene T.
    Eugene ToporovFebruary 7, 2013
    Take the tour. Audioguide is included and is very good in English. Touch anything you can in the house. They even say in the guide that it's "designed to touch". This will add to you visual experience
  • Stasia L.
    Stasia LevantJuly 20, 2015
    A must visit! Cool 3D+audio tours - such an excellent idea, the little device makes interiors come alive before your eyes.Don't let it distract you from the real thing in front of your eyes,though!
  • Gaudí Experiència
    Gaudí ExperiènciaAugust 27, 2013
    Casa Batlló is undoubtedly considered one of Gaudi's major master works. It was declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO, and today it is still one of the most characteristic façades of Barcelona. Read more
  • Apartment Barcelona
    Apartment BarcelonaNovember 5, 2014
    Renovated by Antoni Gaudí, it stands out like a fairytale castle. Look out for details such as the wavy window frames, cavern-like ceilings and chimneys covered with mosaics of coloured ceramic tile. Read more
  • Ugur S.
    Ugur SavasMay 23, 2015
    One of the best place in Barcelona. Buy fast track tickets from internet via phone while in the que ☺. Very nice experience especially foto on the window and animation with the tablets.
  • Jacob R.
    Jacob RosenbergNovember 29, 2014
    Amazing, beautiful building redesigned by Gaudi. Probably a little pricy, and the audio guide is pompous and long winded. Between this and Le Pedera 2min walk away, pick that one.
  • Dimitris V.
    Dimitris ValsamarasApril 27, 2015
    It's a lifetime experience to go inside and be able to see this modernistic trademark building. Amazing! Totally worth the money for the rather expensive ticket
  • Mia K.
    Mia KooSeptember 23, 2011
    One of the 3 apartment houses that have most impressed me in the whole Europe (the other two are Casa Milà, Barcelona, also by Antoni Gaudí, and the Hundertwasserhaus by F.Hundertwasser, in Vienna).
  • Pilgrim
    PilgrimJuly 20
    I enjoyed the Batllo ESP because we did the magical nights package which After the tour we have a concert on the roof top with a couple drinks. Just perfect all around.
  • DHR.com
    DHR.comOctober 26, 2011
    A building restored by Catalan architects Antoni Gaudí and Josep Maria Jujol. Stands out because of the broken mosaic ceramic tiles and the impressive arched roof. Amazing at night. Opens at 9pm
  • Tomfoolery
    TomfoolerySeptember 13
    Thought the price was expensive but it's actually really worth it to go inside. What a incredibly beautiful building, everything perfectly designed, the organic curved lines everywhere. It's a treat.
  • Alex Z.
    Alex ZhdanovNovember 16, 2015
    hi, guys :) Highly recommend the self-guided audio tour. Nuts to think this house is avant-garde now, imagine what people felt in 1905 when it was built. Stunning! good luck
  • BarcelonaCitizen
    BarcelonaCitizenJune 27, 2013
    Been here 5+ times
    A moment to enjoy the terrace and the noble floor outside normal hours and relax... Until 27 September from 21pm. Programming includes vertical dance, rumba, opera, spanish guitar, zarzuela...
  • Oliver S.
    Oliver SearsJune 20, 2013
    Despite its popularity in the day, it is perhaps more stunning at night, particularly from the exterior. Try popping in for quiet drinks with friends.
  • Tomfoolery
    TomfoolerySeptember 13
    Thought the price was expensive but it's actually really worth the price to go inside. What a incredibly beautiful building, everything perfectly designed, the organic curved lines everywhere.
  • Oh-Barcelona.com
    Oh-Barcelona.comFebruary 20, 2013
    Oh my Gaudí! We can't get enough of the great architect's Casa Batlló. All you need to know about it can be found by clicking "Read More." Read more
  • mafaldaq
    mafaldaqMarch 6, 2014
    Opening hours are Monday to Sunday, from 9.00 am to 9.00 pm. (Last entrance 8.00 pm). The ticket is 21,50euro and if you have never been to a Gaudi building don't hesitate to pay that money.
  • The Ritz-Carlton
    The Ritz-CarltonSeptember 14
    Casa Batlló is one of the unique masterpieces of architect Antoni Gaudí in Barcelona. During the summer season, its rooftop terrace features an agenda of open air concerts until 24th of September.
  • Ahmadreza G.
    Ahmadreza Ghani1 week ago
    See how Gaudi designes a place to be called home. Everything is at resident's service. It is amazing, beautiful and makes u feel good. Especially the terrace and roof.
  • Alan A.
    Alan AurmontFebruary 4, 2015
    There's a student discount in case you're one. Souvenir photo costs $14 (includes digital version). Be sure to check out the fountain globe on the roof.
  • TC Denizcan D.
    TC Denizcan DedeJanuary 22, 2014
    19-20 € çok pahalı diye girmemezlik etmeyin, sesli bilgi cihazı bedava. Don't be afraid of entrance fee(19-20 €), audio guide is free there.
  • Matthias
    MatthiasSeptember 15, 2014
    Tickets are expensive but well worth it if you book online and skip the queue at the ticket booth. Go earlier in the day and avoid the extras :)
  • The Telegraph
    The TelegraphMay 21, 2013
    The fantastical Casa Batlló (00 34 216 03 06; casabatllo.cat, admission €20.35/ £17), a glittering, polychromatic affair, also open to the public.
  • Bee S.
    Bee SeeMay 25
    Great place to see Gaudi's work. The free AV guide was very well done and very informative and even creative with the virtual reality videos.
  • Zara K.
    Zara KhanOctober 8, 2014
    Highly recommended. Mustn't delay. Unique, magnificent, phenomenal, interesting and just mind blowing. What a treat!
  • Heba A.
    Heba AAugust 26, 2015
    What can I say! Mesmerizing and breathtaking. I loved how they used technology to view the exact designs.
  • Bubble
    BubbleNovember 16, 2014
    Another Gaudí masterpiece of modernism architecture. A building full of curves. Way expensive entrance 21,5€. People actually live in some of it's apartments. They also rent the balcony for events.
  • Julia
    JuliaApril 4, 2014
    Another beautiful Gaudi's work. Take headphones with you to connect to the audio guide. Otherwise you will be holding it like a phone while listening which is not very comfortable.
  • Stephanie
    StephanieJune 29
    Ignore some of the cheesy bits on the augmented reality videos on the preloaded audio guide and it'll make the experience of roaming this space much more enjoyable.
  • Sanne v.
    Sanne van der BeekAugust 8, 2014
    The entrance fee is a bit steep, but it's worth it. Listen to the audio guide as then the true innovative powers of Gaudi become clear
  • Carlos L.
    Carlos LorenzoDecember 5, 2013
    Casa Batlló is one of the most exuberant and renowned representatives of Catalan Art Nouveau in Barcelona, by Antoni Gaudí. This is a must-see!
  • Hotel Duquesa de Cardona
    Hotel Duquesa de CardonaOctober 31, 2012
    A must in Barcelona, beautiful during day time and night time. Ticket entrance pricy but worth it
  • Laurel R.
    Laurel RobbinsFebruary 23, 2012
    18.50 EU admission is not cheap but I enjoyed it. Sel guided audio tour available in numerous languages, takes about an hour. It's busy so go at off peak times.
  • Chninkel66
    Chninkel66February 14, 2014
    if there's a place you want to see during a week-end, then it's definitely Casa Battlo! worth the price (21.50€), not too many people ( february 2014). it's spectacular!
  • Matteo I.
    Matteo InnocentiMay 3, 2014
    #1 place to visit in Barcelona. Buy the ticket online and enjoy the free audio/video guide on the tablet with augmented reality.
  • Shawn C.
    Shawn CallahanApril 23, 2015
    This is Gaudi at his very best. Buy your ticket and get the fast pass and bypass the line.
  • Alex Z.
    Alex ZBSeptember 20, 2015
    Masterpiece of Gaudi genius. Its like you visit film scenery for "Alice in wonderland". House without corners.
  • P _.
    P _October 15, 2012
    It's the most expensive Gaudís work to go see (20€) but it's well worth it. It's a piece of art, breathtaking and magical. Remember to pick up the free audio guide.
  • Roque S.
    The $22,50 Euro Tour is a must see. I know, you won't believe me. But it's worth it. Really. Go. It's really really nice.
  • Connie C.
    Connie ChiuSeptember 26, 2014
    Most fantastical place ever! Worth your time and money. Incredible architecture that you would never imagine.
  • David M.
    David MondonSeptember 16, 2012
    20,35€ general admission... Doesn't look like recession has hit Spain ! I'll pass this time as for this price you can get both Picasso Museum and Miro foundation (and change to spare)
  • I Wanna Go There
    I Wanna Go ThereAugust 4, 2011
    This building from 1877 was entirely remodeled by Antonio Gaudí in 1905-1907. It is a jewel and you need to see the entire building at least once if you go to the 'Ciutat Comtal'. Read more
  • Bach
    BachAugust 11, 2014
    Even if you don't buy a ticket to get inside, the outside of the building is still breathtaking enough. Especially in the nights when it is lightened.
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