Casa Batllo and Park Guell Tickets

Casa Batllo receives one million visitors annually, while Park Guell is visited by nine million.

There can be a long wait at the ticket counters at these popular sites, which can exceed 30 to 45 minutes on a good day.

What if we say you can visit both together and avoid the hassle of purchasing separate tickets?

Purchase the Casa Batllo and Park Guell tickets in a combo offer and save your valuable time and money.

Moreover, you can get a discount of 10% and have the same experience by paying less.

This article will tell you all about the Casa Batllo and Park Guell tickets and how they work.

Ticket Highlights: 

  • You can handpick your preferred time by purchasing this combo, lending you enough leverage to plan your itinerary perfectly.
  • You don’t have to print the ticket; you can show the booking on your smartphone to enter the attractions.
  • At Casa Batllo, you get an audio guide in 15 languages to help improve your experience.
  • You can have a self-guided tour of one of the best Gaudi creations at your own pace.
  • Unlike at the ticket counter, you can pay in your currency when buying tickets online.

What’s Included:

  • Entry tickets to Casa Batllo
  • Audio guide in 15 languages at Casa Batllo
  • Access to the Gaudi Cube
  • Entry to Park Guell’s Monumental area

❌ Exclusion

Combo Price

By booking the combo of Park Guell and Casa Batllo, visitors can save an average of €8 per ticket.

Select your preferred time slot at each attraction and plan your day in Barcelona.

Per Participant€45

Important Information

  • Children under 12 get free admission, but you will still need to select a ticket for them.
  • Reduced or discounted tickets for disabled visitors are available at the ticket counter.
  • Senior citizens and students will only get entry with valid IDs.
  • Spanish residents with DNI or certificate of residence get a discounted price. However, they can avail of this offer in sets (two people).
  • You will also need to buy a car ticket with the Park Guell ticket.
  • You must show your smartphone ticket before entering the monumental area of Park Guell at your selected time slot.
  • Keep the ticket open on your phone during the visit, as the staff can ask you to see them anytime.
  • At Casa Batllo, enter through the Blue & Agencies lane and show your ticket from your smartphone.
  • Be early before your time slot, as late entries are not guaranteed.

What to Expect

Here’s a detailed itinerary of what you can expect at Barcelona’s famous sites, Park Guell and Casa Batllo

Park Guell

Park Guell

Park Guell is divided into the Monumental Zone and the Forest Zone.

The Monumental Zone is the most exciting part of the park, as it features Gaudi’s works and covers 5% of the park.

It includes popular highlights: the entrance pavilion, staircase, serpentine bench, Gaudi house, and more.

You discover the Porter’s Lodge Pavillion and the Dragon Stairway as you enter the park.

The Pavillion has a beautiful roof with stunning Catalan clay trencadís, while the stairway has a mosaic dragon fountain.

Your next stop will be the Hypostyle room, with stone columns loosely resembling trees.

After this, head to Nature Square, a vast space surrounded by a long, colorful bench named Trencadís Bench.

The next stop will be the Austria Gardens, a peaceful green landscape escape from the chaotic world.

Lastly, visit the infamous Gaudi House Museum, the former residence of Antoni Gaudi.

Casa Batllo

Casa Battlo

As you pass Casa Batllo after verifying your tickets at the entrance, you are welcomed into a sensational world created by Antoni Gaudi.

Its unique facade, colors and nature-inspiring structures will keep all its visitors in awe.

Upon entering, you will notice different floors adorned with lean stone columns decorated with floral elements.

Moreover, its key highlights are mask-shaped balconies and roofs with large, vibrant scales.

With your admission, you will be given smart guides to make your exploration of Casa Batllo a unique experience.

An innovative way to visit, these nifty gadgets blend audio guides and augmented reality technology.

So, as you are on your Casa journey, you can hear exciting stories while watching the residents come to life around you.

Opening Hours 

Park Guell

  • July to August– 9 am to 7.30 pm
  • September to 29 October -9.30 AM to 7.30 pm
  • 30 October to 31 December– 9.30 am to 5.30 pm

Casa Batllo

  • Monday to Sunday – 9 am to 6.30 pm
  • Last admission- 5.30 pm

Tips to Visit 

Book your tickets in advance and arrive early: Being early for attractions where you can expect many crowds is the best decision.

By booking in advance, you save yourself from any last-minute disappointments, and coming early can help you have a peaceful experience.

Wear comfortable clothes and shoes: As Park Guell and Casa Batllo are two vast attractions, there will be a lot of walking involved.

At Park Guell, you will need to walk uphill to reach its entrance; at Casa Batllo, you will need to walk many stairs.

So wearing comfortable shoes and clothes will ensure you have a smooth experience.

Enter through the correct entrance: At Park Guell, the Monumental Zone is the only exclusive space you can visit via admission tickets.

So make sure to visit this zone at the correct entrance.

Keep yourself hydrated: A long duration of exploration can make you dehydrated, so always keep a water bottle with you.

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