Just back from our holiday and this is one of the things that stands our for me. The house is a marvellous piece of work from the genuis Gaudi. The place can get quite busy so we would certainly recommend you prebuy your tickets to avoid a long wait. The rooftop offers some pretty neat views of the city as well.
Must see for Gaudi lovers!
Posted by Frank
Anyone who has any kind of interest in Gaudi or architecture in general should pay a visit to this place. The building has many floors and really reflects the style of Gaudi. A unique experience for me it is an important part of visiting Barcelona even if the price seems a bit high for admission.
Stunning building from the genius Gaudi
Posted by Falco
Casa Batllo is way better than Casa Mila…I would highly recommend to visit this fascinating building! A tip from my side: Better get your tickets online to avoid the queue! We got our tickets on spot and had to wait 45 minutes. That’s the only disadvantage..
van der Weele
Nice place to see
Posted by Stefano
This house is something for all the people who want to learn something about the modern style of architecture. It’s quite expensive but in my opion worth it! Casa Batllo is located in a nice area at Passeig de Gracia, which was perfect for my mother and me since we did some shopping afterwards! We just loved it!
Incredible building but very expensive
Posted by Jeanne
The building is unique and amazing, a must see for Gaudí fans! It is just very expensive for being just a house to visit…
Posted by Kristin
This is an amazing house and definitely worth a visit!! You will find incredible architecture everywhere and can walk through it with a reality audioguide. Should definitely be on the to-do list. The entry fee is quite a lot of money but I would recommend it to visit. Thanks to Gaudi for his masterpiece!
The tour provides a thrilling experience for lovers of the fantastic, theatrical and vibrant.
Skip the line – for fast track entrance!
Behind the Modernist style façade, its rooms express their difference with the most refined succession of artistic and architectural details designed by Gaudí with the utmost creativity and featuring the finest work by artists and professionals from the period.
Accessibility: Facilities for the visually and hearing impaired. Wheelchair accessible and elevator to the rooftop terrace.
Opening times: Every day from 09.00 to 21.00hrs. (last admission at 20.00hrs.
Children under 7 years are free!
Audio tour of the mezzanine, where the Batlló family once lived, the light well, the attic and the rooftop terrace with its dancing chimneys. The visit also includes the hall and main staircase.
In the Modernist style of Gaudí, light, color and form combine with wood, ironwork, glass, ceramics and quarry stone in a fantastic and surprising way.