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Gaudí Houses: Skip The Line Casa Batlló & Casa Milà

by Julia Travel - Gray Line Spain
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Highlights

  • Passeig de Gràcia, one of the most prestigious avenues.

  • Discover the amazing interior of Casa Batlló.

  • Explore also Casa Milà, known as “La Pedrera”.

  • Delight yourself by the beauty of these two houses.

  • Learn about Gaudí's life and history.

Highlights

  • Passeig de Gràcia, one of the most prestigious avenues.

  • Discover the amazing interior of Casa Batlló.

  • Explore also Casa Milà, known as “La Pedrera”.

  • Delight yourself by the beauty of these two houses.

  • Learn about Gaudí's life and history.

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Gaudí Houses: Skip The Line Casa Batlló & Casa Milà

Activity Location

Barcelona

Meeting/Redemption Point
  • Julia Travel Office

    5 Carrer de Balmes

    Barcelona 08007


Description

Check in at our office in central Barcelona and meet your guide.

Walk along Passeig de Gràcia towards the Casa Batlló. Admire the impressive buildings in the avenue, main residential area of the bourgeoisie during the 19th century. Get to know the history of Barcelona and visit two wonderful monuments.

Casa Batlló: A complete refurbishment of a previous existing construction. Josep Batlló, the owner of the building at the time, was a great businessman of the city textile industry. He was so impressed by Gaudí's preceding works that asked him to lead the project. Although Gaudí was already a relevant architect working on several big projects at the time, accepted the offer. The building is a perfect example of how he got his inspiration from nature. Wonder at the organic shapes and mix of colours and decorations.

Continue to visit Casa Milà, popularly known as La Pedrera.

La Pedrera - Casa Milà: The well-known Milà family hired Gaudí to build them a residential home for recommendation of Josep Batlló. Pere Milà i Camps was a rich businessman who inherited the fortune made by his father from the textile industry. The construction consisted in various flats. From those, the ground floor was the house for the Milà family. The rest of the floors were divided into several apartments for renting. Discover why the construction envisioned was delayed several times. Visit the two courtyards and the three last floors (rooftop, attic and one apartment). Enter the temporal exhibition area (depending on the exhibition calendar). At the end of the visit you will be able to remain in the building as long as you wish.


Inclusions

  • Bilingual guide.

  • Radio guide system.

  • Guided walking tour in Passeig de Gràcia.

  • Casa Batlló entrance fee.

  • Casa Milà “La Pedrera” entrance fee.


Exclusions

  • Any transport.

  • Food and drinks, unless specified.

  • Hotel pick-up and drop-off.


Know Before You Book

  • For your comfort, a radio guide system is offered during the tour, in groups of more than 5 people.

  • Please be aware this is a walking tour, please be ready and we recommend wear comfortable clothes and shoes.

  • Check-in is 15 minutes from the tour start time. Failure to show up at the established check-in time may entail losing the tour

  • Children under 7 years old are complimentary.