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Hadn't booked ahead but we arrived just after 9am and were able to walk straight in. Yes, it is expensive, but we thought it was worth it, you can save a little by booking online, which I would recommend in high season. The architecture is...More
We were living right across this and were so happy to wake to this site every day. It's a beautiful structure and you can stand and gaze at it from outside, for free! We didn't go inside for the tour as we had already done...More
Casa Batlló is a staple of Barcelona’s architectural and cultural identity, and after having seen it, I can definitely understand why. It is an absolutely unique building - as are all of Gaudi’s works. Casa Batlló holds a special place in my heart because the...More
I visited the Casa Batllo and got the guided tour Gold package which I think cost $49 USD. It was definitely worth it you get to go in this extra room with things for u see and try on and comes with a picture of...More
I went in the evening as the house is open until 8pm. I was surprised at how many people were there, how I did not have to queue and was still able to get good unobstructed photos.
The audio guide is very clear to follow...More
We did the tour of the Casa in the morning and thoroughly enjoyed it. We used the audio head sets which worked very well and allowed us to set our own pace. The path is well marked through the facility and the commentary is good....More
The Casa Batllo was my husband's favorite attraction in Barcelona, as well as mine. Every inch of the Casa Batllo is a masterpiece, and we really loved exploring each floor at our own pace. We are not art experts or lovers by any means, and...More
Passing through the glorious Plaça Catalunya, you enter the newer city district of Eixample, literally translated as “extension,” which immediately becomes recognisable by its more spacious streets and elegant atmosphere. The main artery of this sizable district, Passeig de Gracia, is lined with high-end international designer stores. Not to be outdone, the glitz and glamour of this zone is perhaps best
exemplified by the comfortable and lavish five-star hotels that flank the divine and modernistic buildings from some of the world’s most recognised architects such as Gaudi and Montaner.
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The cost of entry is quite reasonable, its largely the architectural details that people want to see and the lack of furniture simply makes it less crowded. The gift shop is not that large and its stock is generally tasteful... More
The cost of entry is quite reasonable, its largely the architectural details that people want to see and the lack of furniture simply makes it less crowded. The gift shop is not that large and its stock is generally tasteful and good value. The VR set up on the audioguides is actually a great way to see how rooms may have looked when the Battlo family lived there. Since the photo taken on the balcony is optional I can't see how anyone can describe it as a scam. No arms were twisted and we didn't take advantage.
we went about mid-day. Booked tickets on my phone while waiting in line. 2 lines: 1 to purchase tickets and 1 to enter. Book your ticket on the way there, then get in the (usually) shorter line to enter.