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Casa Batllo Tickets And Tours

Get your Casa Batlló tickets to visit one of the cities most important buildings, designed by world-famous architect Antoni Gaudi. Not far from Sagrada Familia and on the very same street as La Pedrera. A wealthy family currently owns Casa Batlló from Barcelona, but they do allow visits. There’s always lot’s of tourists every day, so avoid a long wait and get the fast pass Casa Batlló. Read more

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After showing your Casa Batlló skip the line tickets, you can pass through the front gates. Once inside, you are free to explore the Casa Batlló interior to your heart's content or with a guide. Guides are available in English, Catalan, Spanish, French, Chinese and many others, you will be able to find the tour in the language of your choice.

Why is Casa Batlló important?

A multitude of different levels demand exploration, but you will not find one single straight line in the entirety of the house. Instead, you’ll see curved hallways and ceilings, even the window frames curve. This broke tradition with the norms of the time when architecture was limited by the ‘norms’ as well as by technology, making Casa Batlló, all the more amazing considering it was built in 1877 and designed by Gaudi in the early 1900s.

Looking like a scene from a kids story with its fascinating design and colorful tiles, it’s a great way to spend an afternoon. Learning about why the building is designed the way it is, why is there a mosaic on the roof? Why is there a depiction of a knight on the facade? Why are the first-floor windows so much bigger than the others?

The first floor, for example, has a big balcony, the reason? The owners (The Batlló family) wanted to be seen by the passers-by. In the past, when there was no traffic on Passeig de Gràcia, families would walk along the street purely to admire the houses. Since 2005, Casa Batlló is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, a difficult accolade to earn! This gives an indication as to how important the house is to Barcelona, and to art-lovers all over the world.

Where can I buy Casa Batlló tickets?

Casa Batlló tickets prices vary, but it is wise to book ahead. It is cheaper to book Casa Batlló Barcelona tickets online than purchasing at ticket windows. Have look on out most popular Casa Batllo deals. 

What are Casa Batlló opening hours?

Casa Batlló is open 365 days a year, and doors are open from 9 AM until 9 PM

How to get to Casa Batlló?

Casa Batlló is on the famous street in Barcelona, Passeig de Gracia, making it easy to find. Walk along Passeig de Gracia or take the L2, L3 or L4 metro. If you prefer to see a few more sites than the metro provides, take the H10, V15, 7, 22 or 24 Bus. 

When is the best time to visit Casa Batlló?

The best time of day to visit Casa Batlló is late afternoon when the crowds begin to thin out. However, if you plan ahead and get skip the line Casa Batlló tickets, crowds are no problem for you!

Casa Batlló: What not to miss

  • The fireplace, looking like a scene from Dr. Seuss’ ‘The Cat in The Hat’ with its whacky design and color. The fascinating designs are what makes the house worth visiting.
  • Another piece of functional art is the air shaft running from roof to floor allowing natural light to flood in. This pairs wonderfully with both the colorful glass artwork and the different light coming from man-made fixtures. Get La Casa Batlló Barcelona ticket to explore all of these features and even visit the gift shop.
  • The aesthetic from the inside of the first floor is arguably superior to that of the outside. Possibly because of the exclusivity as most people only ever see it from the outside. On the inside of Casa Batlló, you get to enjoy the view from the enormous windows, the stained-glass allowing light to come in from the street outside on Passeig de Gracia.
  • The lavish decorations and enormous windows provide some indication as to the original purpose of Casa Batlló. The facade has three distinct sections that integrate seamlessly and draw your eye up from the beautiful windows of the first floor to the higher levels reaching the dragon at the top.
  • The Dragon! The ‘scales’ are the most easily identifiable parts of the dragon as they do look scaley! The shape of the roof also represents the backbone of the dragon and the sword of St. George. This relates to the legend that St. Jordi killed the dragon that was killing the local townspeople.
  • The balconies represent the bones of the dragon's victims and the tall columns represent the bones of the dragon. Learning about this really adds to the experience which is why we recommend getting a Casa Batlló tour. Other options available to you are to use an audio guide or even augmented reality sets.
  • The ceramic tiles that make up the dragon’s scales were placed into the plaster to make the larger mosaic. This is even more impressive feat when you step back and consider how the size of the mosaic in its entirety.

Do I need a guide?

You will enjoy wandering around Casa Batlló at your leisure. However, you will miss out on some of the fascinating history of the building. Reasons why the ceramic roof is in the shape of a dragon. Don't worry if you can't make this out immediately, it's not super obvious. This is just one point when it is great to have an expert guide, they can help you spot the bones, eyes, and spine!

There are a plethora of amazing pieces of architecture for you to enjoy at Casa Batlló. Features such as the dragon stairs, catenary arc, the rooftop, and back terrace are ripe for exploration!

Useful tips

There is a modernista style elevator, but unless it’s necessary you should take the stairs to make sure you don’t miss out on anything!

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