Visiting All Gaudí Buildings in a Single Trip

Tourists acquainted with architecture know Antoni Gaudí's master­pieces scattered all over Barcelona, such as Sagrada Família, Park Güell, Casa Batlló, and La Pedrera. But where is the rest? Check out this list of Gaudí's buildings, follow the itinerary and see them all in 5 days.

Spend two days in the city of Barcelona and explore Park Güell, Güell Pavilions, the newly opened Casa Vicens, La Pedrera (also known as Casa Milà) and much more. Of course, a tour of Gaudí's masterpieces would not be complete without seeing the Sagrada Familia.

The next day, set off for Mataró and see Nau Gaudí, a factory which Gaudí built as one of his first works. Then, take a trip to Artigas Gardens. The following day is reserved for the Güell Palace, Church of Colònia Güell, Bodegas Güell (which now houses a restaurant), and Gaudí Centre in Reus. The final day will take you to the north of Spain.

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Day 1: Visiting All Gaudí Buildings in a Single Trip

Park Guell

This wonderful park was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1984.

Casa Vicens

One of the modernist buildings designed by Gaudí. The residence was constructed between 1883 and 1889 for Manel Vicens i Montaner and later…

Plaça Molina

Plaça Molina is a station of the Barcelona Metro on the FGC-operated line L7.

Avinguda Tibidabo

Avinguda Tibidabo is a station of the Barcelona Metro and is the terminus of FGC-operated line L7.

Bellesguard Tower

Also known as Casa Figueres, this impressive building was constructed by Gaudí between 1900 and 1909.

College of Saint Teresa

The construction of the college was taken over by Gaudí in 1889, who was originally hired to design just the facade.

Güell Pavilions

A complex of buildings built by Gaudí in the mid-1880s consisting of a stable, longeing ring and gatehouses.

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Day 2: Visiting All Gaudí Buildings in a Single Trip

Sagrada Família Church

This stunning church is unfinished but nonetheless remains one of Gaudí's masterpieces.

Sagrada Família

Sagrada Família is a metro station in Barcelona Metro network. It is named after the famous, and adjacent, Basílica i Temple Expiatori de la…

Casa Milà

Also known as La Pedrera, Casa Milà is yet another masterpiece by Gaudí - a stunning modernist building that attracts many visitors.

Casa Batlló

This building's facade will certainly catch your eye while walking around.

Casa Calvet

This fascinating building designed by Gaudí is definitely worth stopping by for its neat facade.

La Cascada

This beautifully embellished waterfall is located opposite the lake. It was built between 1875 and 1881 for the 1888 Universal exhibition by…

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Day 3: Visiting All Gaudí Buildings in a Single Trip

Nau Gaudí

Built between 1878 and 1883 by Antonio Gaudí. Highlight is the structure of the whitening room with parabolic arches.

Artigas Gardens

The Artigas Gardens are a park in La Pobla de Lillet, Barcelona. Built between 1905 and 1906, and were designed by the modernist architect…

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Day 4: Visiting All Gaudí Buildings in a Single Trip

Güell Palace

This major mansion designed by Antoni Gaudí in Modernista style is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Paral·lel

Paral·lel is a Barcelona metro station, located under Avinguda del Paral·lel, between Ronda de Sant Pau and Carrer Nou de la Rambla.

Church of Colònia Güell

The church was commissioned by Gaudí's patron Eusebi Güell, but unfortunately, there was not enough money to finish it in the end.

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Day 5: Visiting All Gaudí Buildings in a Single Trip

Bodegas Güell

The famous architect Antoni Gaudí was commissioned to build this complex by his patron Eusebi Güell, a wealthy Spanish entrepreneur, whose…

Gaudí Centre

Gaudí Centre is a museum in Reus, Catalonia, Spain, dedicated to the architect Antoni Gaudí i Cornet, who was born in the city in 1852.

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Day 6: Visiting All Gaudí Buildings in a Single Trip

Gaudí’s "Capricho"

El Capricho is a villa in Comillas, Cantabria, Spain, designed by Antoni Gaudí.

Casa de los Botines

The Casa Botines is a Modernist building in León, Spain designed by Antoni Gaudí.

Bishops Palace

The Episcopal Palace of Astorga is a building by Spanish Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí. It was built between 1889 and 1913.

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