Plan Your Visit to Casa Batllo
Daily 9 AM to 6 PM
Best Time to Visit
Barcelona lies close to the Mediterranean sea. This is why it enjoys a tropical climate. March, April, October, and November represent the best time to visit Barcelona. Casa Batllo is quite popular, so if you are to visit the attraction you must plan ahead head there early in the day.
Take lines L2, L3 and L4 of the metro and get down at Passeig de Gràcia station, the closest metro station to Casa Batllo. The Passeig de Gràcia station is a 5-minute walk from Casa Batllo.
If you’re taking the RENFE, get down at Passeig de Gràcia station. If you’re travelling by FGC, then get down at Provença station. The Provença station is a 10-minute walk from Casa Batllo.
Take buses numbered H10, V15, 7, 22, or 24. You can also avail the Barcelona Tourist Bus (Red and Blue route).
Services and Accessibility
- Gift Shop
- Lost and Found
- Wheelchairs available
- Wheelchair Accessible
- Braille texts for visually disabled
- Written texts for hearing disabled
Visitor Tips & Hacks
It is highly advisable to book your tickets online in advance. If you don’t,, you’ll have to wait in not one, but two lines on arrival - the ticket line and the security line. Moreover, during peak season, there’s always a possibility of not getting tickets for the same day. While buying Skip the Line tickets is recommended, you can purchase a normal ticket if you’re on a budget.
Keep aside 50 minutes to 1 hour of your day for a sedate audio guided/ video guided visit of Casa Batlló.
Unless you have a health condition, we recommend walking up the stairs at Casa Batlló than taking the elevator. This way you can admire the ensemble of lights and colors of the inside patio.
While there are no cafes or eateries inside the Casa Batlló building, there are vending machines in the first floor and attic. You can grab a quick something should you need to.
There are discounts for kids between 7-18 years of age, students with an I.D., Barcelona city and province residents, and adults over 65. Children under 7 years old are free. Teachers and tour guides accompanying a group also get in free.
You’re in luck if you’ve purchased tickets for the Tourist Bus, Barcelona City Tours, the Modernism Route, the Barcelona Walking Tours, or bought the Barcelona Card, Minicard, or Pass.
Most visitors gradually work their way up through the house, following the numbers on the audio guide. Get away from the crowds by taking the stairs straight to the top and spending some time alone on the building’s rooftop terrace, posing with its iconic chimneys.
The museum’s store has lots of beautiful souvenirs, but they come at too steep a price in cash, not to mention the wait in line. Time is too precious waiting in line for postcards and magnets, even when they’re printed with designs from Barcelona’s most famous modernista master.