Torre Bellesguard

Commissioned in 1900 by the widow of Jaume Figueras, Gaudi had the whole place done and dusted by 1909, ably assisted by Juan Rubio and Domènec Sugrañes i Gras.

Famously the site of medieval king, Martin the Humane’s summer residence. Gaudi drew inspiration from the original form of the 15th century structure, some of which still survives in the grounds. If you want to see what happens when Gaudi and straight lines meet, then Bellesguard is the spot!

Top Tip

It really is a bit off the beaten track this one, so it is still possible to stroll around without hoards of other tourists. Sneak up there towards the end of the day as the sun is dropping for great pics and some peace and quiet.

General Info

Panoramic Visit with Audio Guide – Self-guided tour around the outside of Bellesguard

Adults 7€ – U18 & OAP 5.60€ – U8s Free

Full Guided Tour – 11.00 DAILY (in English)

Adults 16€ – U18 & OAP 12.80€ – U8s FREE

BUY TICKETS ONLINE

Winter Opening Hours: From 1st November to 31st March: Monday to Saturday, 10am – 3pm (last entry at 2.30pm).
Summer Opening Hours: From 1st April to 31st October: Monday to Saturday, 10am – 7pm (last entry at 6.30pm).
Closed: 1st and 6th January, 25th & 26th December.

Contact

www.bellesguardgaudi.com

c/ Bellesguard 16-20 08022 Barcelona

Email: reserva@bellesguardgaudi.com (we do not direct link email addresses to avoid spam)

Telephone (+34) 93- 250 40 93

How to get there

Tourist Bus, GoCar & Taxi

Location

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