Discover Antoni Gaudí’s Works with The Barcelona Pass
EXPLORE ANTONI GAUDI'S ICONIC BUILDINGS AND LEARN ABOUT HIS LIFE
One of Barcelona’s most famous names, Spanish Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí’s distinctive style and influence can be seen all over the city. One of the best-known practitioners of “Catalan Modernism”, Gaudí’s works and buildings have continued to enjoy global recognition and admiration over the decades. Seven of his works have been declared UNESCO World Heritage Sites, with his masterpiece, the still-incomplete Sagrada Família, being one of the most-visited landmarks in Spain. With the Barcelona Pass, you can learn about the life of "God's Architect" as well as visit some of his most iconic buildings for free!
The last civic work designed by Antoni Gaudí, Casa Milá (also known as La Pedrera) was built between 1906 and 1912. The building is famous for its unique shape, rough limestone façade, twisting iron balconies and quirky-looking chimneys. Declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1984, La Pedrera has featured in books, music videos and international films; such as Vicky Christina Barcelona, directed by Woody Allen. With The Barcelona Pass, you can enjoy free entry to this architectural masterpiece, don't miss the roof terrace with its unique collection of chimneys, La Pedrera Apartment and Gaudí's specially-designed furniture.
Located in the centre of Barcelona, Gaudí’s renowned Casa Batlló building is one of his crowning masterpieces. One of the city's most popular landmarks, Casa Batlló is locally known as Casa dels Ossos or "House of Bones" because of its skeletal-inspired façade. Decorated with a colourful mosaic of broken tiles, the roof is said to resemble a dragon. This historic building was designed by Gaudí in 1904 and declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2005. Show your Barcelona Pass to enjoy free entry to this world- renowned building.
Enjoy a free Barcelona Walking Tour with your Barcelona Pass - explore Gaudí’s influence on the city and learn about the master from an expert guide when you journey among Gaudí’s most famous buildings and monuments. This tour offers great insight into his major works and stories from his life in Barcelona. Visit the famous La Pedrera; Casa Battlo and the still unfinished, Sagrada Família and El Eixample district, which is synonymous with the Modernist style.
The first museum dedicated exclusively to the life and work of Antoni Gaudí, the Gaudí Exhibition Cetre is centrally located right next to The Cathedral Pia Almoina. Enjoy free entry with your Barcelona Pass and discover the life and legacy of one of the world's best architects through interactive displays, original works and models as well as a spectacular 180º video, virtual reality displays and multimedia holograms.
Pay homage to the great man himself at his beautifully designed crypt at Colonia Güell. Declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2005, Gaudí’s crypt perfectly represents his iconic modernist style, featuring vibrant colours, leaning pillars and catenary arches. Show your Barcelona Pass to enjoy free entry to this aesthetically stunning resting place.
See all the sights of Barcelona, including Gaudí’s famous landmarks from the comfort of a Hop On Hop Off Bus tour! With the choice of three different routes and expert audio commentary, you'll be able to get up close with Gaudí’s buildings and examples of Catalan Modernism such as Casa Batlló, Casa Milá, Park Güell, La Sagrada Família and more.