Antoni Gaudí was Barcelona's most famous architect and he created three houses, Casa Batlló, Casa Mila and Casa Vicens that are open to the public for visits.
The 3 houses of Gaudí is a combined ticket that enables you to visit 3 of the most important houses that Gaudí created in Barcelona.
You can find more information about each Gaudí house below.
Casa Batlló by Gaudí
|Casa Batlló by Antoni Gaudí|
The Casa Batlló was built in Catalonia’s Modernist style and is recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You will see the nature inspired design of the Casa Batlló and its facades that are shaped like natural corals, earning it the name ‘House of Bones’. You can also see Gaudí’s use of colours and the chimney pots with the Trencadis artwork. This technique, pioneered by Gaudí, uses a mosaic of colourful ceramic tiles.
Casa Mila by Gaudí
La Pedrera (1905), also known as Casa Mila, can be found at No 92 Passeig de Gràcia at the junction with Carrer Provenca. The word "Pedrera" means "Quarry" however the original name of the house was Casa Milà. This is another masterpiece by Antoni Gaudí and was designed as a fashionable home to the wealthy Milà family. The name Pedrera was used locally to describe the building because of its stone like appearance and the name stuck.
Casa Vicens by Gaudí
|Casa Vicens by Gaudí|
Casa Vicens is one of the early important works of Antoni Gaudí that was constructed during 1883 to 1889. The structure was built as a family home for Manuel Vicens who owned a tile business in Barcelona. Casa Vicens is recognized by UNESCO as the “Works of Antoni Gaudí”.
The three houses of Gaudí in Barcelona offer you a fascinating insight into Gaudí's greatest creations. Many people visit the Sagrada Família but these three houses enable you to enjoy Gaudí's creations close up without all the queues.