This park was completely designed by Gaudí. Witness the amazing connection of architecture and nature inside it. The park was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1984. There are two zones. One is accessible to visitors free of charge, the other (Monumental Zone) requires a ticket, which is assigned per time-band. You can enter up to 30 minutes after the assigned start time. Beware of long lines, reserve your ticket beforehand or come early.
This long pedestrian street is lined with cafés, bars and shops and always bustling. Performances of street artists are common here. When you stroll down the street, you will also see many sights, such as the oldest theatre in the city or the Palace of the Virreina. Do not miss Joan Miró’s colourful pavement mosaic in the centre of the boulevard.
The fountain was designed for the Barcelona International Exhibition in 1929. It is colorfully illuminated at night and it also plays various sounds and music. The music, added in the 1980s, is always different. 2,600 liters of water go through this fountain per second.
This building's facade will certainly catch your eye while walking around. Being one of Gaudí's masterpieces, it is definitely worth the visit! The house was awarded the Europa Nostra prize for the best conservation of architectural heritage in 2004. It is open to public since 2002. You can visit the former residence of the Batlló family (Noble Floor), the former store rooms and laundry rooms (The Loft), and the Roof Terrace. Audio guides are available in 10 different languages.