Extravagance and beauty, in this fantastic work by Gaudì, declared by the 2005 World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Inside, it's all a vortex of waves, curves and spirals. The house has also been designed to receive natural light in all its parts; this work has consecrated Gaudì as one of the most visionary architects in Europe. Every corner of the house hides something surprising. Every detail is able to fascinate.
Casa Battlo Barcelona it is truly a must for anyone on holiday in Barcelona. You will be really impressed and impressed by this incredible building.
You will visit the Piano Nobile (the former residence of the Batlló family), the Loft (the former warehouses and laundries), the Terrace with its legendary fireplaces (where the famous backbone of the dragon killed by St. George is located), and the fabulous well (which once constituted the stairwell). The tour will end with the splendid entrance hall and the main staircase.
Casa Battlo Barcelona is easily accessible by public transport. A few minutes from Plaça Reial there is the Liceu stop: just take the metro and get off at Passeig de Gracia to find yourself in front of Casa Battlo, that is, what in effect can be considered the symbol of Barcelona.
You arrive with the L2, L3 and L4 lines of the Metro, getting off at the Passeig de Gràcia stop. By train, get off at Renfe Passeig de Gràcia station, and FGC Provença station. Many bus lines also stop here.
Casa Battlo Barcelona is open every day of the year, including Sundays and holidays, from 09: 00 to 21: 00. The visit lasts approximately one hour. Entry is allowed within one hour of closure.
The adult ticket costs 24.50 €. You can buy the ticket online, through this link, and receive the voucher directly on your smartphone. In this way you can enter, avoiding annoying files at the ticket office.