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Casa Batlló

The Barcelona City Pass already includes admission to Casa Batlló.

The Casa Batlló is a building from 1877 of the spanish architect Antoni Gaudí. It is one of the most important buildings of the modernisme and nowadays is also known as a myth of art.
The roof of the house portrays the sheds of a dragon against which the holy Georg had to fight. He is the patron saint of Catalonia. The cross on the roof symbolizes the lance, the balconies stand for skulls and the gallery in the first floor is supposed to be the mouth of the dragon.
Furthermore the building offers a great inner courtyard and the rooms where the Battló family used to live are also opened to be visited.
Since 1962 Casa Batlló is a listed building and in 2005 was also added to the list of the UNESCO world cultural heritage.
Do not miss the opportunity to visit the Casa Batlló and discover the old myth. 

The Entrance Hall:

The entrance hall of Casa Battlo is as impressive as the building's façade. The ceiling is adorned with a stunning glass roof that floods the space with light. The walls are painted in a vivid blue and green color and adorned with unique tiles. The entrance hall gives a glimpse of what visitors can expect in the rest of the building.

The Living Spaces:

The living spaces of Casa Battlo are just as impressive as the façade and entrance hall. Each room is designed differently and offers a wealth of colors and patterns. The ceilings are curved and of unusual shape, while the windows are designed in an infinite variety of shapes and sizes. Each room has its own atmosphere and is filled with the amazing details and creativity of Gaudí.

The Roof:

The roof of Casa Battlo is one of the main attractions of the building. It offers a breathtaking view over the city of Barcelona and is a truly unique place with its surrealist chimneys and sculptures. Visitors can enjoy the impressive views of Barcelona while admiring the artistic details that the roof has to offer.

The Inner Courtyards:

The inner courtyards of Casa Battlo are also worth a visit. They are surrounded by an elegant design and offer a peaceful atmosphere that invites you to linger. The courtyards are surrounded by the building's living spaces and offer a unique view of the interior of the building.

The Sustainability of Casa Battlo:

Casa Battlo is not only an example of a stunning building, but also an example of sustainability. The building features a range of environmentally friendly technologies that help to save energy and water. These technologies include rainwater harvesting, solar energy, and efficient insulation. By combining beauty and sustainability, Casa Battlo is an example of how architecture can contribute to creating a better world.


Highlights Casa Batlló

  • Unique surrealist architecture by Antoni Gaudí
  • Facade, entrance hall, living spaces, roof, and inner courtyards offer unique colors, patterns, and shapes
  • Roof with stunning views and surreal chimneys and sculptures
  • Inner courtyards offer a peaceful atmosphere
  • Casa Battlo features eco-friendly technologies and is sustainable


Opening hours

Daily: 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Last admission: 7:15 p.m.


Prices Casa Batlló

35 €


Restrictions Casa Batlló

  • Accessibility: As this is a historic building, some areas of Casa Battlo may be difficult to access for people with reduced mobility
  • Visit with groups: Groups of 9 or more people must book their visit in advance. 


Tickets Casa Batlló

The Barcelona City Pass gives you free entry. Just hand in your printed ticket at the ticket office.


How to get to Casa Batlló by Public Transport

• Metro: The nearest metro station is Passeig de Gracia, served by lines L2, L3 and L4.

• Bus: Bus lines 7, 16, 17, 22, 24 and V17 all stop near Casa Battlo.

• Train: Passeig de Gracia station is also nearby and is served by trains on lines R2, R2 North, R4, R7 and S1. 


Address Casa Batlló

Passeig de Gràcia 43
08007 Barcelona

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In summary, Casa Battlo in Barcelona offers a unique and impressive experience of Antoni Gaudí's surrealistic architecture. It is easily accessible and offers many options for public transportation to get there. However, visitors should be aware that some restrictions and conditions apply, which should be checked in advance.So, if you are planning a visit to Barcelona, you should definitely add Casa Battlo to your list of landmarks to see. You will be impressed by the beauty and creativity of this building. 

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