Great tour loved it. Audio reccommended for tour which is 6Euro per audio pack if you don't mind taking turns to listen at each part 1 would be OK for a couple. If you want the virtual experience as well best to buy the package before as that is another 6 euro inside. Definately saved money booking through Klook.
Easy to gain entry using the KLOOK voucher.
A must to visit when in Spain. You will get to learn about the design and architectural construction of this building which is very interesting. Guadi’s attention to the tiniest details is really impressive and the sculptures on the rooftop is really stunning and beautiful.
The spot is really amazing. It has audio guide in many languages, accompanied with several augmented reality effect. There is something that I would like to say, there are few chairs inside the building, and thus we can hardly find a place to relax a bit. (Only 2 chairs near the yard)
To sum up, this was a really nice experience. And if you are not a huge fan of Gaudi, I think that you need to visit this building, instead of Casa Mila, since the concept and architecture are similar.
We are glad to purchase our tickets online from klook which allows us to skip the queue without problem. Among the other Gaudi's buildings,i think Casa Batllo in my opinion should top the list after Sagrada Familia. An amazing blend of artistry & stunning craftsmanship in details. Gaudi is indeed a genius. The virtual reality tour is also fabulous. It's too fascinating and creative.
After reading all reviews, I took my 10y old son for his birthday. The zoo is reasonable size, we miss the aquarium which last entrance at 3:30pm, you probably need 3.5h to explore everything. They offer lot of animals and indeed they have been well lookaftered, we enjoy seeing peacock wondering around park along with pigeons, so peaceful! Definitely recommend if you are an animal lover.
Well worth making time to see this Gaudi designed house. All swoops, curves, wood and iron. A cacophony of experiences in every room, even the attic!
The SmartGuide is a bit twee but the audio helps navigate around the many features.
It’s was extra fun watching the “snow” falling down the central air well. Artifice, but a lovely imaginative touch given its winter.