Casa Vicens a Barcelona sightseen you’ll love!
Casa Vicens a Barcelona sightseen you’ll love!
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A tour in Barcelona can’t be completed if you don’t visit the most important places in the city. There are many sites worth visiting, and you will probably feel attracted to while looking at what to do in Barcelona. Casa Vicens is one of those places that you, as a tourist in Barcelona, need to visit before completing your adventure in what might be the most magical city in Spain.

In case you want to know more about Casa Vicens, then you have come to the right place.

What is Casa Vicens and a bit of history about it

People can’t just go on a tour and not know about the places they are about to visit. If you are a tourist in Barcelona, you will probably want to know all about the places you will visit. 

That’s why we will tell you more about this magic and important site that has become a must-visit for those looking for activities in Barcelona. The first thing you need to know about Casa Vicens is Antoni Gaudí built it and is considered one of his most important works in Barcelona.

But the true history of the house begins in the year 1883. Back then, Antoni Gaudí received his construction permit, and in case you want to know more about this, you can find more information in the files of Las Corts de Sarriá

Something pretty impressive is the fact that Casa Vicens is a building that was made at the beginning of Gaudí’s career, and that let people see the potential the architect had back then. In case you were wondering, Gaudí graduated in 1878, so he started Casa Vicens five years after his graduation.

The building was a request from Manuel Vicens i Montaner, but compared to other personalities from those years, there’s not a lot of information about him. It is known that he was a broker and exchanger, and he had a close connection with Pujol i Bausis, who owned an important ceramic company back then.

Until 2014, Casa Vicens was a private residence. After that year, it became a museum, and therefore, a place for people who visit Barcelona to go.

A sneak peek of Casa Vicens style

Something that Barcelona tourists might recognize is the fact that a lot of the buildings in the city have a modern style, which was pretty common back in the days. That same style remained intact in Casa Vicens, which is also considered to be one of the first Art Nouveau buildings in history

But taking a deeper look at the style of the building, people can see that Gaudí used a variety of colors and materials. Most of the building has bricks, tiles, and iron, the materials were somehow unique. Gaudí also added a combination of painting, sculptures, and some of the essential art features of his own style.

Also, as Casa Vicens is considered an Art Noveau building, people can see that there is some Neo-Mudéjar architecture on it, which is a combination of Muslim-Christian style.

On the inside, Casa Vicens is pretty colorful. Also, thanks to Gaudí’s work people feel like they are inside a glass dome. 

Planning a visit to Casa Vicens?

Casa Vicens is one of the places you can’t miss while visiting Barcelona. Just like other similar sites in Barcelona, the new museum has a magic feeling that people will never forget. So, if you want to tour in Barcelona, now you have another activity on your list that you must do!

Thanks so much for your time.

See you in my next post.

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