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We were in the area so popped in for a late afternoon visit. The audio tour was very good. The home is incredible. Gaudi had such an incredible mind to be able to envision such a wonderful design. Enjoyed hearing the organ play and the...More
I think the price is too expensive for the place. It does have great architecture though. I love that there are many rooms to see. Nothing to see underground. Don't miss the chance to go to the rooftop and see the city view. With that...More
A must for lovers of Gaudí. Good audio tour included in the admission cost. Ven if you visit casa Milla and Casa Barillio bec,Sue’s th.e others are appartmments an.d this is Güell’s home for his family
Located in el raval just steps from the rambla this is a must visit for all visitors. Entrance fee is only €12 and it includes the audio guide which is excellent. This was Gaudi’a first major project and you can see him playing with materials...More
This gem is very important to understand the close relationship between A.Gaudi and his patron and close friend the wealthy aristocrat E.Guell who commissioned Gaudí to design and build this small scale palace near La Rambla- sparing no expense. You can visit it and see...More
The Palau Guell shows what happens when creativity meets a financial backer. This house is a tour de force of engineering masterpiece. From the lower level stables to the rooftop. Such thought. Such quality materials.
A must see, as is everything Gaudi..
This isn't a massive house (like Casa Mila for example) but it is VERY beautiful. Superb detailing - if you were to visit only one Gaudi house apart from the Sagrada, then this would be my choice. Although why visit only one more? Casa Mila...More
Palau Guell was ten minutes' walk from our hotel so we saved it for our final morning in Barcelona. We were lucky to get there in time to visit the roof before the rain made it too slippery, so go on a sunny day if...More
Once a downtrodden corner of downtown Barcelona, this gritty area has seen a cultural resurgence boasting an excellent nightlife and one of the most multi ethnic spots in the entire city. A sense of humble authenticity protrudes from the many independent record stores, second hand shops, and student bars that seem to light up the streets day and night. The rocking epicenter, the MACBA Plaça, is a modern day
forum for bohemian youth, abuzz with the sights and sounds of late-night gatherings and talented skateboarders showing off their latest tricks.
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Well, the base of the stone parabolas must be 10 or 12 feet wide. But there’s elaborate grillwork covering the openings. The actual human entry gates are pretty standard size. The grillwork probably swings open though to... More
Well, the base of the stone parabolas must be 10 or 12 feet wide. But there’s elaborate grillwork covering the openings. The actual human entry gates are pretty standard size. The grillwork probably swings open though to allow carriage passage since the carriages came up from the basement to ground level to exit out the front. The whole design is amazingly beautiful and functional.
It was busy at sporadic times. I went past there 3 times (one of which I went in) and the one time I did go in i didn’t pre-book and it was basically empty. But I’d recommend pre-booking as the line can be 30-40min long... More
It was busy at sporadic times. I went past there 3 times (one of which I went in) and the one time I did go in i didn’t pre-book and it was basically empty. But I’d recommend pre-booking as the line can be 30-40min long waiting time