- Skip-the-line entrance ticket to Gaudi’s Casa Batlló in Barcelona
- Head past the crowds outside and explore independently with an audio guide
- Learn about the Batlló family who commissioned Gaudi to create the building as their home in the early 20th century
- Visit the Noble Floor and admire views of Passeig de Gràcia from the windows
- Explore the loft and visit the famous roof terrace to see Gaudi’s incredible chimneys
- Admire the Modernist features that abound in the entrance hall
Recent Photos of This Tour
- Casa BattloPhoto by: Sophie V
- Empty roomsPhoto by: Patricia
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- Terrasse arrièrePhoto by: Francoise L
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- Casa BatlloPhoto by: Armyn C
- Blanco HallwayPhoto by: Dorothy C
- LichtschachtPhoto by: Karin h
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- Casa Batilo main roomPhoto by: Diane T
- The chimneyPhoto by: Chiew Seng C
- The scale roofPhoto by: Chiew Seng C
- The Casa BatloPhoto by: Chiew Seng C
- Casa Batllo was wonderfulPhoto by: JANET H N
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What You Can Expect
Start your visit any time during the home’s opening hours, which are from 9am to 8pm, skipping the entry line on your way in. As you arrive you’ll also receive an included audio guide and a map, which will help you navigate the home’s unique features, laid out across five distinct sections.
Explore the Noble Floor, where the Batlló family that commissioned the home once lived. Josep Batlló, the entrepreneur who ordered its construction, wanted a residence unlike any that had come before, and partnered with Gaudí on a project that far-exceeded his wildest expectations.
Stop by the loft, which acted as the family’s storage area and laundry room, and then continue to the roof terrace, where you can admire the eye-popping chimneys and the building’s famous “Dragon’s Back.” This unique element is said to be modeled on the mythical beast slain by Saint George. Head back down the communal staircase, taking time to investigate the translucent windows, intricate banister and beautiful door handles. These home accents serve as further proof of Gaudí’s incredible attention to detail.
Finish your home visit in the grand entrance hall, known for its wooden staircase shaped like the spine of a magical beast. Up above you’ll also notice the room’s tortoise shell-shaped skylights, a design element that’s led many to suggest the room resembles an underground cavern.
After you reach you last stop in the home, feel free to wander the many levels at your leisure, or finish your excursion here.
Skip the line save me a lot of time.
Very enjoyable experience
The tour was awesome! Our Viator tickets gave us immediate access to the house and we also received the audio guide which was very informative and unlike anything we've seen before. You need to check it out yourself Highly recommended tour!
If you buy the fast pass skip the line through the Casa Batllo website it is 5 euros more. When you buy from Viator, you are paying the regular ticket price and get the fast pass included free. There are two people in the ticket box which is very small, one for the walk up ticket sale and one for the group/voucher exchange. You exchange your voucher with the group/voucher exchange person for a ticket before going in. Easy to get in. There was a line up for buying tickets that day.
This was a fabulous visit. The 'Skip the Line' ticket is the way to go at the door, the staff quickly exchange the printed voucher for a ticket, and the audio tour with its interactive tablet is great.
Superb, easy and beautiful.
Just of the hop on hop off bus skip the line and you're in, good audio system.
Well worth it
The voucher worked well, you are directed to the counter by -passing the queue, then inside to collect the audio guide and you're off. You can do this tour at your own pace and spend as long as you like just enjoying the place. Well worth the money.
Wonderful,really enjoyed looking around Casa Batllo. Very unusual. Loved the iPad device you get when you go in. Our Viator skip the line tickets were great. We didn't have to join the long line. We just walked right in.
Tour guide Faliciano was excellent.
Excellent tour and definitely recommend buying it ahead to skip the long lines!
Really enjoyed our trip to Casa Batllo. It is an amazing place and well worth a visit. The audio tour with pictures of how the house would have looked when lived in was superb. Booking with Viator was easy and well explained. When we saw the queue outside we were very glad we had chosed the Skip the Line option. Highly recommended!