twelve things to keep in mind when Visiting CASA BATLLO
Casa Batllo’s VR Video Guide lasts 45 minutes and an hour to explore the Gaudi masterpiece at its pace. Hardcore Gaudi fans and tourists who get into the details will need two hours to explore.
The best time to visit Casa Batllo is between 9 am and 11 am when the crowd starts coming in. The next best time to visit is late afternoons – between 3 pm to 5 pm.
Casa Batllo provides audio guides in multiple languages that offer an informative way to explore the attraction's history. This audio guide is included with the Casa Batllo entry ticket.
If you prefer to read about the history and architecture of Casa Batllo, a text guide is available in multiple languages. The text guide is also included with the entry ticket.
No locker facilities are available at Casa Batllo. So bring smaller bags and essential items only to the attraction.
Using lines, colors, shapes, contours, and textures, Gaudi comes up with interiors that transport you into a fantasy world. Remember to bring a camera to capture the unique architectural masterpiece.
Kids up to 12 years can enter Casa Batllo for free. And youth aged 13 to 17 years pay a discounted price for entry than the Standard Casa Batllo tickets for adults.
Booking online tickets in advance is cheaper than the price at the attraction and saves time by skipping long lines at the ticket counter.
This 10D Experience ticket lets you access all the visitable levels of Casa Batlló, including a 10D Experience that takes you inside the mind of Antonio Gaudi while he creates his masterpiece.
There are three Magic Night experiences: Blue, Silver, and Gold. Choose the preferred experience on the ticket booking page.