The Sagrada Familia. The masterpiece of Antoni Gaudí and the most visited monument in Spain. Definitely the one you should visit first! Its history, its architecture and our advice to discover it ..Eixample right - Mallorca, 401More
The Park Güell was destined to become a "garden city". This titanic project by Gaudí was never finished. It remains today as it was at the time: two houses and the park. An extraordinary park of course...Gracia - Carrer D'OlotMore
The Casa Batlló is the most original and dreamlike of the achievements of the architect Antoni Gaudí that you can visit in Barcelona. Polychrome facade decorated with ceramic and glass, undulating roof representing a mythical dragon. Discover the fundamental work of Catalan modernism..Eixample left - Passeig de Gràcia, 43More
After the Sagrada Familia, La Casa Milà or "la Pedrera" as it is often called, is probably Gaudi's second most popular building in Barcelona.Eixample right - C. Provença, 261-265.More
La Manzana de la Discordia. In the same block of buildings, the work of four of the most important architects of the moment! Casa Lleo Morera, Casa Batllo, Casa Amatller, Casa Mulleras..Eixample right - Passeig de Gracia, 43More
La Casa Calvet of Antoni GaudíEixample right - C. De Casp,48More
The Guell Palace in Barcelona: a rich industrial Family named Guëll asked Gaudi to built this Palace. They lived all their life in the Palace...El Raval - C. Nou de la Rambla, 3-5More
The Casa Vicens is the first important work of Antoni Gaudí. Opened for the first time to the public in autumn 2017. Its inspiration is not yet naturalist, but already the genius of the architect points in each detail of the building ..Gracia - Carrer de les Carolines, 24More
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To avoid the unavoidable queues for this emblematic monument of the Catalan capital, we advise you to purchase in advance your skip the line tickets with priority access to La Sagrada Familia.
English guide & Skip the line
An hour and a half visit with an English speaking guide to discover all the secrets of this extraordinary architectural monument, its symbols, its history and its immense architect Antoni Gaudí.
Gaudí's astonishingly ornate Casa Milà..
With its flowing exterior and the whimsical chimney pots on its roof, Casa Milà - also known as La Pedrera - represents Gaudí at the top of his game. The ornate interior is also the handiwork of the great Catalan architect. Skip the line and get right into this modernist masterpiece.
A magical evening in Gaudí's Pedrera
Enjoy a unique, breathtaking and immersive audiovisual show on the roof terrace
Travel back in time, 100 years of history await ? Savour a glass of sparkling wine with spectacular views of Barcelona..
This Gaudí-designed masterpiece seems animated
24,50€ - Skip the line at the seemingly animated Casa Batlló, one of Gaudí's most surprising works. From the smallest details in the interior, to the famous slain dragon on the roof, this is a true Gaudí masterpiece.
Barcelona's favorite park, designed by Gaudí
Flamboyant yet subtle, Park Güell is Gaudí’s fanciful imagination on a large scale: an entire park. Perched above Barcelona, Güell features lush gardens, quirky buildings, and all kinds of fanciful details. From the lizard at the entrance, to the famous snaking Serpent Bench the details will put a smile on your face.
One of Antoni Gaudí’s major works
After many years of restoration reopened in 2011, Palau Güell welcomes you with its breathtaking splendour and turns your visit with the included audio guide into a lasting memory.
A look at a chocolatier's rich fantasy life
Casa Amatller was remodeled to a new modern state by Puig i Cadafalch, one of the most famous architects from Gaudí's time. You can almost see inside his twisted mind when you look at the facade - a mind-bending mishmash of colorful tiles!
See Gaudí's first masterpiece!
See master architect Antoni Gaudí's first masterpiece Casa Vicens! And discover all the candy-colored secrets of this jaw-dropping summer house..
Roundtrip from Barcelona
This daytrip to Montserrat is a chance to escape the city craziness of Barcelona and satisfy your craving for calm. At the top of a distinctive mountain (its name means "Serrated Mountain" in Catalan) you'll see some spectacular art, mooch about one of Catalonia’s most magnificent places, and even enjoy a spot of liqueur tasting.