Plan Your Visit to Casa Batllo

Plan Your Visit to Casa Batllo in Barcelona | Timings, Getting There, Facilities & More

The capital of Spain’s Catalonia region, Barcelona has something to offer everyone, from stunning beaches to Romanesque churches and architectural treasures. Barcelona is home to some of Antoni Gaudí's masterpieces, including the Sagrada Família, one of the most-visited monuments in Spain. Casa Batllo, also a product of Gaudi's genius, is a UNESCO World Heritage site and must-visit for those who want to explore Gaudi's works. Here's all the information you need to know before visiting Casa Batllo.

Casa Batllo Opening Hours 

  • What are the Casa Batllo opening hours?
    Casa Batllo is open daily from 9 AM to 6.30 PM. The last admission is at 5.30 PM.
  • When is the Casa Batllo closed?
    Casa Batllo is open daily.
  • How long does it take to go around Casa Batllo?
    You can tour Casa Batllo in about 1 hour.  
  • When is the best time to visit Casa Batllo?
    Plan a visit to Barcelona between March to May, or September to November if you wish for a quieter holiday. Casa Batllo tends to get crowded, so the best time to visit Casa Batllo would be between 9 AM and 11 AM. If you are not an early bird, go between 3 PM to 5 PM.

Casa Batllo Location

Address: Passeig de Gràcia, 43, 08007 Barcelona, Spain

Find on Map 

Casa Batllo is located in the center of the city of Barcelona, at Paseo de Gracia. In the past, the street connected the city to Villa de Gracia, which is a fully integrated vibrant district today. Today, the houses on Paseo de Garcia has been dubbed as Manzana de la Discordia (Apple of Discord) as it has buildings of varied architectural styles.

Getting to Casa Batllo

Here are the best ways you can get to Casa Batllo:

Getting to Casa Batllo by metro

By Metro

Board lines L2, L3, or L4 of the metro. Alight at Passeig de Gràcia station, which is a 5-minute walk from Casa Batllo.

Getting to Casa Batllo by train

By Train

You can either take the RENFE and get down at Passeig de Gràcia or take the FGC to Provença, a 10-minute walk from Casa Batllo.

Getting to Barcelona by bus

By Bus

To get to Casa Batllo, you can take buses H10, V15, 7, 22, or 24. Both, red and blue route of the Barcelona Tourist Bus will also get you to Casa Batllo.

Facilities at Casa Batllo

Casa Batllo Facilities
  • WiFi: All visitors can enjoy a free WiFi connection.
  • Shop: Head on to the Simbòlic store to purchase collections that carry the designs of Casa Battlo.
  • Baby carrier: If you are traveling with children under 2 years of age, enjoy a hands-free trip by getting your hands on one of their carriers. Your stroller will be stored for the duration of your visit.
  • First aid: In case of any emergency, the staff at Casa Battlo is equipped at using the defibrillator and first aid.
  • Sanitization: They have installed hygiene gel dispensers at the entrance and at various points through the house.

Accessibility

Casa Batllo Accessibility

Casa Batllo is an attraction that must be viewed and experienced by all. Keeping this in mind, they have worked towards making this attraction as accessible as possible.

  • The entire house, including the roof, can be accessed on a wheelchair.
  • People with disabilities, reduced mobility and pregnant women can use their lift services.
  • Those with hearing impairments can take advantage of the written text of the audio guide, which is available in 15 languages —Spanish, Catalan, English, French, Italian, Russian, German, Korean, Mandarin Chinese, Japanese, Portuguese, Romanian, Polish, Cantonese Chinese and Dutch.

Visiting With Kids

Casa Batllo with Kids

Exploring the works of Gaudí is something that will ignite a child-like wonder inside you. To ensure that children get to make the most of their visit to Casa Batllo, they have curated an experience for families with children.

  • Children up to 12 years of age enjoy free entry.
  • Enjoy an immersive experience where art, light, color, and surprises come together.
  • Explore the genius of Gaudi with the help of their SmartGuide, made using augmented reality.
  • Elements of nature and living legends, such the sea, animals, the princess and more. makes the Casa Batlló a truly magical place.

Things To Do Near Casa Batllo

Nearby Casa Batllo

Casa Amatller: Built by the architect Puig and Cadafalch in 1898, Casa Amatller is located right next to the Casa Batlló. It is one of the most important buildings on the Manzana de la Discordia lane.

Casa Lleó Morera: Designed by Lluis Domenech i Montaner, Casa Lleo Morera is considered to be one of the most spectacular buildings in the city.

Casa Mila: For those who wish to explore all of Gaudi's masterpieces, a trip to Casa Mila, only a 7-minute walk is a must.

The Egyptian Museum: The museum is home to a private collection of around 1,200 pieces of Egyptian art.

Visitor Tips & Guidelines

  • Tickets to Casa Batllo tend to sell out quickly. Book your tickets online and in advance to ensure that your trip goes seamlessly.
  • Casa Batllo is open every day. Pick a slot during the early hours or late afternoon, when it is less crowded.
  • Take advantage of the discounts available. Kids between 13-18 years of age, students with an I.D., Barcelona city and province residents, people with disabilities, and adults over 65, all enjoy discounts on Casa Batllo tickets.
  • Casa Battlo is pet-friendly. However, they have to be approved by the staff, and they have to be supervised throughout your visit. 
  • Set aside at least 50 minutes to 1 hour so you can complete your journey of Casa Batllo with your audioguide.
  • Even if you don't use the elevator (we recommend taking the stairs, unless you have some health condition) don’t forget to look at the elevator. It dates back to the Modernisme era.
  • If you happen to visit at a time when the building is crowded, make a beeline for the terrace. Spend some time here, exploring the terrace as well as taking in the mesmerizing views of Barcelona, before you make your way down.
  • Since Casa Batllo is an indoor attraction, the weather does not matter. However, visiting Casa Batllo on a sunny day allows you to witness the play of light on the mosaic patterns.
  • Photography is allowed, but only for personal use.
  • Make use of the free WiFi. In fact, if you post a picture of Casa Battlo, with the #photocontest, you will be entered into a raffle to win a great Fujifilm XA2 camera.
  • There is no cafe or restaurant at Casa Batllo. Grab a snack from the vending machines located on the first floor and attic.
  • The Simbolic shop is a must-visit, whether you purchase anything or not. However, if the lines are long, you can simply visit their online store.

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All Your Questions About Visiting Casa Batllo Answered

Q. What are the Casa Batllo opening hours?

A. Casa Batllo is open daily from 9 AM to 6 PM.

Q. Where is Casa Batllo located?

A. Casa Batllo is located on Passeig de Gràcia, 43, 08007 Barcelona, Spain.

Q. What is the easiest way to reach Casa Batllo?

A. Take a Metro to Casa Battlo. Lines L2, L3 and L4 of the metro will take you to Passeig de Gràcia station, a 5-minute walk from Casa Batllo.

Q. Can I buy food and drinks at the Casa Batllo?

A. There are no cafes or eateries inside the Casa Batlló. However, you can calm those hunger pangs by purchasing some snacks from the vending machines located on the first floor and attic.

Q. Is Casa Battlo wheelchair accessible?

A. Yes, the whole Casa Batllo building is wheelchair accessible. In addition, they offer elevator services for people with disabilities, reduced mobility and pregnant women.

Q. Are audioguides available for the Casa Batllo tour?

A. Yes, you can get hold of their intelligent audio guide available in 15 languages. They also provide the written text of the audio guide for the hearing impaired.

Q. How long does it take to tour Casa Batllo?

A. It can take about 1 hour to explore Casa Batllo in its entirety.

Q. What is the best time to visit Casa Batllo?

A. Visit Casa Batllo between 9 AM and 11 AM or 3 PM and 5 PM to enjoy the architectural grandeur of the building sans the crowd.