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How to get to Casa Batllo? Metro, Bus, Taxi and Tour buses

Visit Casa Batllo

Casa Batllo is perhaps the best work of Antonio Gaudi and a must visit for all tourists visiting Barcelona.

Even if you find Casa Batllo tickets costly (at 24.5 Euros they are!), you should at least visit Casa Batllo, enjoy its exterior facade, and take a few photos.

And in case you decide to go inside, be aware that Casa Batllo tickets are timed.

This means you need to reach Casa Batllo entrance within 30 minutes of the time printed on your tickets.

If your question is, ‘How to get to Casa Batllo?’ well, you have five options.

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Getting to Casa Batllo

Casa Batllo is located at 43, Passeig de Gracia, 08007, Barcelona.

You can take the Metro, the public bus, or opt for Barcelona’s Hop-On Hop-off tourist bus.

If you prefer private transportation, you have the option of taking a taxi or you can drive down to Park Guell.

Take Metro to Casa Batllo

To reach Casa Batllo, you must take L3, also known as Barcelona Underground Green Line.

You must get down at Passeig de Gracia station. This is the one Metro station to access both Casa Batllo and La Pedrera.

Once you get down, look for the exit called Calle Aragó-Rambla Catalunya.

If you get out of any other Metro station exit, you will find yourself very far from Casa Batllo.

Once you get out of Calle Aragó-Rambla Catalunya exit Casa Batllo is only a minute’s walk.

Since the Barcelona Metro runs till late night, it is an option even when you are going for Casa Batllo Magical Nights.

Questions visitors to Casa Batllo have:
1. Is Casa Batllo worth it?
2. How long does Casa Batllo tour take?
3. Which is better – Casa Batllo vs La Pedrera?

To Casa Batllo by tourist bus

If you have booked your city tour on Barcelona Bus Turístic the stop to ask for is ‘Casa Batlló – Fundació Antoni Tàpies.’

You can get onto both Red and Blue buses to get to Casa Batllo.

If you have booked your city tour on Barcelona City Tour, you can get into either the ‘East Route’ (coded Green) or ‘West Route’ (coded Orange). Both the routes will get you to Casa Batllo.

Remember to get down at the Passeig de Gracia stop.

Travel to Casa Batllo by bus

Bus H10, Bus V15, Bus 7, Bus 20, Bus 22 and Bus 24 ply towards Casa Batllo.

All the bus routes drop you very close to Casa Batllo, so hardly any walk is involved.

If you opt for buses 20 and H10, to get to Casa Batllo you need to get down at Valencia – Pg de Gràcia bus stop.

All the other bus routes to Casa Batllo stop at Pg de Gràcia – Aragon.

Get to Casa Batllo by private transport

If you prefer to reach the House of Bones (yes, that’s Casa Batllo’s nickname!) in a private transport, a taxi or a self-driven car is your best option.

If you decide to use a taxi, be aware that there are numerous ride-hailing apps in Barcelona. Uber, Lyft or local ones should work just the same.

If you plan to reach Casa Batllo in a self-driven car, be aware that this Barcelona attraction is on a busy street.

Passeig de Gràcia is a popular shopping street and parking spots are difficult to come by. However, within 250 meters of Casa Batllo, you can find parking spots with nominal rates.

Check these out –

# SABA BAMSA Passeig de Gràcia at Passeig de Gràcia, 62
# NN Valencia II at Valencia, 243
# SABA Gràcia II at Passeig de Gràcia (Gran Via – Aragó)

When you buy this ticket online, you save 4 Euros per ticket because you don’t pay the window surcharge. You also avoid the queue.

Buy TicketsBuy Casa Batllo tickets

Select the appropriate ticket – ‘regular’ or ‘Skip The Line’ on the ticket booking page. After the purchase, the tickets will be emailed to you.

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Recommended Reading
1. Interesting Casa Batllo facts
2. Everything about Casa Batllo Gaudi
3. Interiors of Casa Batllo
4. How to get to Casa Batllo?
5. Casa Batllo roof and St George’s legend

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