Gain entry to the Torre Bellesguard, one of beloved Catalan architect Antoni Gaudi’s most-off-the-radar works. The castle-like building only opened to the public in 2013, making it the most recent Gaudi masterpiece to be seen fans of this unique architect.
Designed and built between 1900 and 1909, this castle-like museum and private residence stands on the site of a former hillside medieval fortress built by a Catalan king, Martí I the Humane, the last king of the House of Barcelona.
Receive the equipment for the audio tour and explore the intricate interior, including the Hall of the Bricks, the Smoking room and the terrace, which offers a stunning view over the rooftops of Barcelona. Learn about the history of the site, which goes back to Roman times.
After, wander out to the verdant gardens, enjoying the various flora and occasional works about Gaudi that pop up here and there.
When the tour is over, enjoy a complimentary glass of cava, the sparkling white wine made in Catalonia.