The 100% Gaudí experience can only be improved upon by a visit to Casa Batlló before the doors are opened to the public. Can you imagine a private tour of Casa Batlló? Just 10 lucky visitors will be allowed to enter, to start their day surrounded by the iconic beauty of this Modernist gem. It is the perfect backdrop to photograph memories you will never forget.
Discover from inside this masterpiece or the house also called a dragon! You will find the bizarre but charming shapes inside, people say there is no one direct angle inside the house. See the difference between the stained glass, depending on the lightning and day time. And the Smart guide will help you to restore the full furnishing of the rooms, as well as give a complete and understandable explanation by audio-commentary. [readmore] Originally, the building was built in 1877 by Emilio Sala Cortés (one of Gaudí’s architecture professors), when there was still no electric light in Barcelona. In 1903 it was purchased by Mr Josep Batlló y Casanovas, a textile industrialist who owned several factories in Barcelona and a prominent businessman.
Mr Josep Batlló granted full creative freedom to Antoni Gaudí, putting him in charge of a project that initially entailed demolishing the building. The architect completely changed the façade, redistributing the internal partitioning, expanding the patio of lights and converting the inside into a true work of art. Besides its artistic value, the building is also extremely functional, much more characteristic of modern times than of the past. Some even see elements that herald the architectural trends of the late 20th Century.
Since 2002, coinciding with the International Year of Gaudí, cultural visits have also been offered at Casa Batlló. Both activities are currently available, with constant innovations in terms of offer and contents. At present, Casa Batlló is a UNESCO World Heritage site and an icon in Barcelona, a must-see for those who want to discover Gaudí’s work and modernism at its finest.Read more
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The Facade of the house is under the reconstruction, planned to be finished in June 2019
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