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In summer, the nights in Casa Batlló​ are filled with music and magic!

Have a Magical Saturday Night!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tIObXb2WkUw
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¿Te gustaría recibir una exclusiva masterclass de fotografía en la Casa Batlló con Oliver Vegas como profesor?
¡Estás a tiempo! Hasta el 6 de abril puedes compartir una imagen de la fachada de la Casa con el hashtag ‪#‎mifachadadecasabatllo‬ y poder ser uno de los 12 afortunados.
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Del 16 de marzo al 6 de abril, fotografía la fachada de la Casa Batlló y podrás ganar una exclusiva masterclass con un genio de la fotografía.
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Our gift shop was chosen as one of the World's coolest museum stores by Travel + Leisure magazine :-)
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Today has started the second edition of MuseumWeek, a proposal for online participation that enables the users of this social network to learn more about participating institutions through a topic that is determined by the event organizers.
See you in our Twitter profile @CasaBatlloGaudi!

https://www.casabatllo.es/en/news/casa-batllo-adds-to-museumweek-the-week-of-museums-in-twitter/
On Monday March 23rd Twitter are beginning the second edition of #MuseumWeek, a proposal for online participation that enables the users of this social network to learn more about participating institutions through a topic that is determined by the event organizers.
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¡Explosión de color en el patio de Casa Batlló!

¡La primavera ya ha llegado!

Antoni Gaudí tuvo libertad absoluta para diseñar esta joya modernista. Echa un vistazo a nuestro Tour Virtual en https://www.casabatllo.es/tour-virtual/
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Casa Batlló us desitja un molt feliç Dia del Pare!

A més, avui també celebrem el XIII Aniversari de l'Obertura de la Casa amb aquesta imatge del videomapping que vam fer pel X Aniversari.

Assabenta't de tota la nostra Història a http://www.casabatllo.es/ca/historia/casa-batllo/
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What is the influence of Gaudí in the new generations of architects? Gehry, Niemeyer, Nouvel and Foster are just some examples.
Discover them in this post: http://ow.ly/KOYfi
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"En las obras plásticas la armonía nace de la luz, que da relieve y decora" decía Gaudí y viendo estos colores en el patio de la Casa, no podemos estar más de acuerdo con el Genio!
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Per què hi ha un buit a la façana del terrat?
Gaudi volia que des de la Casa Batlló es pogués veure la Sagrada Familia.
Aquest i altres secrets els pots conèixer aquesta setmana a Twitter (@CasaBatlloGaudi), t'esperem!
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Hoy es el Día Mundial del Agua

¿Has visto la clara alusión explícita de Antoni Gaudí en la Casa Batlló al mar, la naturaleza y el mundo de la magia y los sueños?

No dejes de visitarnos, hoy abrimos hasta las nueve de la noche :-)
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Aquesta foto de @ GL9 és la Fotografia més Inspiradora de la setmana
Gràcies per mostrar-nos el pati de Casa Batlló amb aquest punt de vista tan net i lluminós.
Mira totes les fotografies a https://www.casabatllo.es/ca/galeries/photocontest/
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Un recorregut per les més sorprenents captures dels participants del Photocontest #casabatllo. Perspectives i mirades inèdites, una explosió de creativitat.
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“Color in certain places has the great value of making the outlines and structural planes seem more energetic”. Antoni Gaudí
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Precios i magic edifici......;-)
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Passeig de Gràcia, 43 08007 Barcelona Spain
Passeig de Gràcia, 43ESBarcelona08007
+34 932 16 03 06casabatllo.cat
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Fantastical, curving dragon-roofed apartment block, now a museum, created by architect Antoni Gaudi.- Google
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Marta Laurent Veciana
3 weeks ago
Antoni Guadi designed 3 apartment buildings, 2 of them are open for visits (Casa Milà/Pedrera and Casa Batlló), and the other remains private (Casa Calvet) except for the restaurant in the street level. As a private tour guide I get to visit both Casa Mila and Casa Batllo inside quite often, and if I had to choose, I'd say that Casa Milà / Pedrera gives more value for money even if now their fees are relatively similar. While Casa Batllo is very spectacular from outside, inside it's relatively empty (while La Pedrera has an entire apartment furnished with antiques, to show you how people lived there in the early 1900's). The visit starts with the main floor, with a lovely balcony over the street and an impressive ceiling. The original bathrooms and kitchen have been lost, but you get to exit to the backyard in exchange, to see the backside of the building (which by the way can be seen for free from the inside of the Servei Estacio hardware store around the corner). A few more empty rooms are also crossed at this level. I don't get to hear the audioguide very often (as I already know a lot about the building and I explain to my guests rather than giving them the audioguide), but I remember that the explanations of the main floor where pretty good and helped you imagining what it looked like when it was inhabited. Next you walk a few floors up (take your time and don't exhaust yourself: enjoy the progressive change of the colors of the wall ceramics as you go up. You'll eventually reach the attic, where they still preserve a couple of the original washing rooms (the display here is pretty good) - I must say that in Pedrera they were lost, but in its place they've created a whole exhibit area with models and other materials explaining everything about Gaudi's architecture. There is no such educational opportunity in Casa Batlló. In one of the rooms, they show a 2-minute version of the over 20-minute real-size mapping that took place a few years ago. Pretty cool... if you know what it is about (but they don't do any effort to explain it, unfortunately). Next you walk one more floor up to get to the rooftop. The chimneys are fun, and the "dragon belly" structure that used to hide the water tank is really cool, but I still prefer much better Casa Mila rooftop - much more magical, and bigger. Plus Casa Mila being higher, it offers you much better city views (in Casa Batllo you'll have to jump to see the top of the Sagrada Familia towers from afar...). When you are ready, a different staircase takes you down back to the attic, where you'll have the unique opportunity of having a picture taken posing in the Rose Balcony. Do you know those cheese pictures they take now in all tourist sites in front of a green screen? Well here it's not a screen, but the real thing! But yes, they charge you for it if you want to keep it, of course. And that's pretty much it. On your way to the exit, a (kind of creepy) hologram of Gaudi will wave goodbye to you, and you are done. Yes, I admit it: I'm a big fan of La Pedrera, and to me Casa Batllo is only worth it if you've already been to La Pedrera before and you want something different this time. Or if you are really into colors (this is definitely more colorful than La Pedrera). And I've also had some architect clients who preferred it because being empty it allows you to appreciate the naked structure of the building much better. But aside of these three cases, I believe that in general La Pedrera / Casa Milà is a better choice. But it's still beautiful anyway, the lines are usually shorter, and if you can't get inside La Pedrera for some reason, Casa Batllo won't disappoint you at all.
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Mario Malinconico
4 months ago
I enjoyed more than Sagrada Familia, this place is absolutely a worth!!! I suggest the 3D tour :) really nice!
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Neil Hopkins
6 months ago
Unique building being kept in superb condition. Audio guide is very informative and, strangely, the gift shop isn't a total rip off. An iconic architectural visit.
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Sam Dowgill
3 months ago
Absolutely brilliant. One of the most amazing places I have seen. Totally recommend
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Farouq Taj
7 months ago
This has to be the oddest building that I've ever seen and visited. The architect has avoided straight lines and square angles using curves throughout. Even the internal doors are curved. Good use of windows and skylights ensures an even distribution of natural lighting throughout the building. Wheelchair users can access all the floors apart from the roof terrace. Note however that the lift itself is very small and may not accommodate large wheelchairs. The staff were friendly and helpful making sure we didn't miss out on anything. The audio guide is excellent providing valuable information as you go through the building. I would recommend purchasing the tickets online to avoid time queuing.
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Aleix Cabrera
8 months ago
Would you like to see the back of Gaudi's Casa Batlló and for free? Then follow this advice: look for a shop called Servei Estació around the corner, at Aragó Street, go insided, walk ahead to the courtyard and… Surprise! ;)
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Jess Miller
5 months ago
Perhaps my favorite Gaudi structure in Barcelona. You will quickly pick up on the marine theme as you look through wavy glass at the beautiful blue ceramic masonry, jellyfish lights and driftwood inspired woodwork. Not nearly as cold or perhaps as crazy as Casa Milo, at least for me this seemed warmer and more livable, but then again both are not to be missed.
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Alice Černovská
5 months ago
One of the greatest places I´ve ever been. Fantastic place! Can´t miss it!!!!