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Do you imagine yourself living in a former castle, an orphanage, a summer house, a medical center, and a family home, among many other places? Probably we will not be able to do all of that in our entire lives, but you could be at all those locations at once…
I invite you to visit one of the most unknown and personal works of Antoni Gaudí, a commission for his close friend and businessman Jaume Figueras; the incredible and unique Bellesguard Tower, a summer house honoring the remains of a medieval castle inhabited by the last Catalan King and located at the same property. Such a shocking combination!
Legends, myths, and real characters combined are ready to show you the history of this area; a hidden treasure that was not open to the public until late 2013. Come and get ready for the adventure!
The tour will start on the outside facing the castle and the remarkable gardens from the summer house. Once finished with this part you´ll go inside to continue with the visit while our guide leads you through the time it was built and all the marvels Gaudi was inspired by.
The tour finishes at the rooftop where you can meet the Dragon!
C/Bellesguard 20 08022 Barcelona
To make the most of the time it’s important to be at the meeting point 10 minutes before we start. The house is not equipped with wheelchair accessibility. The ticket is only for one time entry, that’s why you should take all the pictures you like and enjoy every part of it, while you´re inside, because once outside, you cannot reenter.
This place was the residence of Martí I “The Human”, King of the Aragon Crown and the last representative figure of Casal de Barcelona, from 1408 and 1410. Nowadays it is still possible to find in the vicinity of the tower built by Gaudi, medieval remains from the castle and the walls.
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Due to the Covid-19 outbreak, some attractions in Barcelona have restricted their capacity to visitors. Even though we have our website updated with all this information, some changes are most likely to occur. We´ll keep you posted via email!
See you soon!