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How to Get to Casa Batlló: Fastest Ways by Metro & Bus


For those wondering how to get to Casa Batllo I’ve got good news for you.

It’s right along the famous Passeig de Gracia and you’re bound to almost bump into it by accident.

That said, it might not be easy to get to Casa Batllo from all areas of Barcelona, so let’s take a deeper look.

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How to Reach Casa Batlló

Near this famous work from Antoni Gaudí you’ll find the Passeig de Gracia stop of the Barcelona metro.

From pretty much all locations this will be the easiest way to get to Casa Batllo for most travellers.

This Casa Batllo metro stop is serviced by three lines: the green L3, the yellow L4 and the purple L2 (the green one is the closest).

The popular Barcelona Hop on Hop off Bus also stops right in front of the house, in addition to various public bus lines: V15, V17, H10, H8, 7, 22, 24, 6, 33, 34.

If you decide to reach Casa Batlló by public transport, we recommend buying a Barcelona discount transport pass:

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Also, know that Casa Batlló is also very close to Casa Milà (aka La Pedrera), reachable on foot in just 5 minutes.

Finally, Casa Batllo tickets are sold in hourly time slots and they sell out quickly, especially in high season.

⚠️  2023 Warning ⚠️: It is strongly suggested to book your Casa Batllo tickets in advance.

Sell outs are very common and lines on site can take 20-30 minutes.

Doing so also helps us get one step closer to our dream – doing Barcelona Hacks for a living! 🙏

It’s mandatory to book your smartphone tickets online in advance to ensure you don’t get turned away.

You can do so with the following link:

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If you have any other additional questions on how to get to Casa Batlló, Barcelona public transport, or your trip to Catalonia in general, don’t be afraid to hit me up in the comments below.

Related: How Much Do Casa Batllo Tickets Cost?

🚌 Coming to Casa Batllo? Make sure you know how to get around Barcelona on public transport first.

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