Experience the culture of Barcelona through the eyes of famous architect Antoni Gaudi. Some of Gaudi's most popular creations can be found in Barcelona, including Casa Batllo, Park Guell, and La Sagrada Familia.
Casa Batllo, also known as Casa dels Ossos, was built between 1904 and 1906 in the heart of the city. It was originally a home, redesigned by Gaudi in 1904. It has since been refurbished and is now a museum that features very little straight lines.
Hours: open 7 days a week 9 am to 9 pm (we recommend going first thing on a weekday morning to avoid the crowds)
Park Guell is a public park comprised of colorful gardens and architectural elements. It is a playful attraction popular with children, located on Carmen Hill. Park Guell is a reflection of Gaudi's naturalist phase and took inspiration from organic shapes.
Hours: 8 am-8 pm
TIP: Wear comfortable shoes--you'll be walking a lot
TIP: Go early to avoid the crowds and and the afternoon heat
TIP: Stay to see the sunset...it's worth it
La Sagrada Familia is a famous cathedral. After 135 years construction it still remains incomplete. Five generations have seen construction of the temple, and yet work continues today with anticipated completion in the first third of the 21st century.
TIP: Best to go early to avoid the crowds and tour groups. Once inside the Cathedral, it is best to go opposite of the tour groups for a better experience and photo ops.
TIP: Online tickets are cheaper. Buy your tickets online ahead of time to save money.