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Let’s get to know Gaudí:
Antoni Gaudí i Cornet was a Catalan architect who has been internationally recognized as one of the most prodigious experts in his discipline, as well as one of the greatest exponents of modernism. His exceptionally groundbreaking genius was the architect of a unique, personal and incomparable architectural language that is difficult to label.
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We’ll start our tour at Casa Batlló, one of Gaudí’s masterpieces located in the heart of the city. Our guide will pick you up at the hotel and guide you to our first visit, with a brief introduction to the life and work of Gaudí.
We’ll discover Casa Batlló, a building that stands out for its impressive façade clad in brightly colored ceramics and undulating shapes. Inside, explore the uniquely designed rooms with their original furnishings, organically shaped windows, and a terrace with fireplaces that look like something out of a fairy tale. Don’t miss the opportunity to visit the impressive courtyard and terrace that offers views of Passeig de Gràcia.
Nearby, in a short 10-minute walk along Passeig de Gràcia, we reach Casa Milà, also known as La Pedrera.
Casa Milà, known as La Pedrera due to its façade reminiscent of a rock formation, is another stunning creation by Gaudí. In this building, you can explore the furnished rooms that show what life was like in Gaudí’s time, as well as an exhibition dedicated to Gaudí’s work. The highlight of the visit is the rooftop, with its unique chimneys and panoramic views of the city.
Finally, we’ll go to Casa Vicens. It can be reached by a pleasant 20-minute walk, along the Avenida Mayor de Gracia, and contemplate other modernist facades such as Casa Fuster or the Palau Robert. D
Casa Vicens was Gaudí’s first major work and shows a style that mixes neo-Gothic with Mudejar influences. On this tour, you will be able to appreciate Gaudí’s beginnings as an architect. Explore the vibrant rooms of the house, admire the detailed mosaics, and don’t forget to visit the garden to see more of the oriental and Mediterranean influences in its design.