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Casa Batlló
Casa Batlló

Casa Batlló

Daily, 9am - 9pm
Passeig de Gracia 43, Barcelona, Spain, 08007

The Basics

A masterpiece of modernist design, Casa Batlló has become one of the city’s most memorable tourist attractions. The UNESCO-listed building stands on the famous Passeig de Gràcia, Barcelona’s central avenue, and ranks among Gaudí’s most famous structures. Gaudí-themed tours of Barcelona almost always include a visit to the building, and visitors pressed for time can opt for skip-the-line access. Caso Batlló is often visited in combination with Gaudí’s other famous sites, including nearby Casa Mila (also known as La Pedrera), La Sagrada Familia, and the mosaic-filled Park Güell.

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Casa Batlló Admission Ticket with Intelligent Audio Guide
Casa Batlló Admission Ticket with Intelligent Audio Guide
$40.36 per adult
Traveler Favorite
Loved Casa Batllo
Tour with earbuds was wonderful. It is timed so that (unlike many narrated tours) it was not necessary to control the narration. The casa is beautiful and the narration explains Gaudi's vision for the house in great detail. Well worth the time to visit.
Judith_L, Aug 2021

Recent reviews from experiences in Barcelona

star-4
A good choice for crowded periods
Adrian_A, Jul 2021
Casa Batlló Admission Ticket with Intelligent Audio Guide
The access was easy, the staff friendly, but I remember that our last guided visit, some years ago, was a little bit longer and with a little bit more information.
star-5
Casa Batllo - must go inside!
Paula_W, Mar 2020
Casa Batlló Admission Ticket with Intelligent Audio Guide
Don't just walk by the incredible Casa Batllo - go inside. Every room on every floor is worth seeing. The audio description was good. Although it is a popular place, and therefore, a bit crowded, it was spacious enough to move around in the time we allotted to the house. Antonio Gaudi was a genius!
star-5
Great overview of all things Gaudi
Sam G, Nov 2019
Complete Gaudí Tour: Casa Batlló, Park Guell & Sagrada Família
Silvia from Walks was a great tour guide. We were one of the first ones in Casa Batllo, so that was great because it wasn't too crowded. We got a good overview Gaudi's architecture and saw a lot of sights. Definitely recommend.
star-5
Worth every penny!
norbac, Jul 2021
Gaudi Private Tour: Skip-the-Line Casa Batllo & Casa Mila-La Pedrera
Great tour with lots to see and learn! First, I'd like to thank Jorge, my guide, for making things in this tour so enjoyable! It turned out that I was the only tourist signed up, but he gave me the tour anyway. Both houses are remarkable. Each one has its own history and "personality." I don't think you can pick and choose which one is better, so I definitely recommend visiting both. Also, given that fact that the covid restrictions were still very much in place during the summer of 2021, I was able to find both houses kind of empty, so the tour was even more enjoyable that way! I'd strongly recommend this tour to anyone who wants to learn more about Gaudi's architecture--and personal life as well!
star-5
should be in your "must see" list
Vanya_D, Mar 2020
Casa Batlló Admission Ticket with Intelligent Audio Guide
Casa Batlló is a fantastic place, that should be in your "must see" list. The staff is very kind and supportive. I choose the visit of that Gaudi's masterpiece for birthday surprise for my mother. We were really impressed. Thank you for the emotions!
star-5
Tour guide Angela
ALBERT_F, Feb 2020
Barcelona Private Walking Tour with Skip the Line La Pedrera and Casa Batllo
Our guide Angela was terrific. She was not only knowledgeable but extremely enthusiastic about the places we visited and Guadi. Very attentive to our teenage granddaughter traveling with us
star-5
Enjoyed the private tour
Wesley_G, Jan 2020
Gaudì Private Tour with Sagrada Familia and Casa Batllò
Our guide, Clara, was wonderful and very knowledgable. The private tour was very nice in the Sagrada Familia, but the Casa Battlo is very crowded and the private tour was not as enjoyable because it is hard to move around. Clara did her best.
star-5
Smooth booking and lovely attraction
Chiara_C, Mar 2020
Casa Batlló Admission Ticket with Intelligent Audio Guide
We spent around an hour visiting Casa Batllo. We purchased the tickets on Viator the day before and on the day I showed the guy at the entrance the tickets on my phone and we were in! The queue outside was quite long if we had to purchase tickets on the day, so I'm glad I was able to plan this visit in advance.
star-5
Excellent Guide!
Alfredo_S, Oct 2019
Complete Gaudí Tour: Casa Batlló, Park Guell & Sagrada Família
The Tour and the Guide herself (Alexia) were great. The information was well detailed and she was always available for answering questions.
star-4
A perfect time saver
Hilda_W, Sep 2019
Complete Gaudí Tour: Casa Batlló, Park Guell & Sagrada Família
Got in Casa Batllo the first group of the day avoiding the waiting and had a chance to take some amazing picture without crowd. All other site visits were well arranged with no time to be wasted. A bit of the walk for my parents but it's totally worth. Wish we can have 15mins more at each site for a more relaxed journey.
star-5
Not to be missed
Mark_S, Mar 2020
Casa Batlló Admission Ticket with Intelligent Audio Guide
Definitely recommend the Gold Priority: saw everything in our own time. Go as early as you can as the rooms can get a little crowded.
star-4
Sagrada Familia Private Tour with Skip The Line
bronwyn2000, Jun 2019
Gaudì Private Tour with Sagrada Familia and Casa Batllò
Wonderful, well informed guide. Great tour. Seems a little expensive as no taxi/vehicle transfers included. Meeting spot was too vague which made it difficult to meet up. The Cathedral is definitely a "not to miss" whilst in Barcelona.

Things to Know Before You Go

  • Casa Batlló is a must-see for art and architecture lovers.

  • The museum offers free Wi-Fi.

  • Much of the building is wheelchair accessible, and museum exhibits are also accessible to visitors with visual and hearing impairment.

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How to Get There

Situated in the heart of Barcelona, Casa Batlló is easily accessible on foot from most areas of the old city. You can get there via the metro (the nearest stop is Passeig de Gracia station), or by bus. Most hop-on hop-off bus tours of Barcelona also stop at Casa Batlló.

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When to Get There

Casa Batlló is open year-round. In the busy summer months, expect long lines at the ticket window and opt for an early morning visit to avoid crowds.

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The Legend of Saint George

Antoni Gaudí worked the legend of Saint George, the patron saint of Catalonia, into the architecture of Casa Batlló. Keep your eyes open for the back of the dragon pierced with Saint George’s sword, the balcony of the princess, and the skeletal remains of the dragon’s victims.

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