Until 30 April, participants can explore the work being carried our by architects, restorers and craftsmen.
Casa Batlló, one of the most iconic buildings designed by Antoni Gaudí, is currently undergoing restoration work, and, until 30 April, participants on an exclusive guided visit that is organized by Singular Houses will be able to immerse themselves in the project and discover what the work being done entails. Visitors will also be able to enjoy the unique experience of coming into close contact with the building’s façade from a catwalk 30 metres off the ground and taking in spectacular views of its unique roof.
Visits last one hour fifteen minutes and are scheduled until 30 April. There are four visits per week in Catalan and Spanish in which the guide will explain what the restorers have discovered about the house, especially with regard to the coating work of the Noble Floor, a discovery that will transform the appearance of the space. The restoration and its visibility contribute to the five strategic objectives of UNESCO for the implementation of the World Heritage Convention: Credibility, Conservation, Communication, Training and Communities. Casa Batlló has been a World Heritage Site since 2005.
Tickets for these exclusive visits can only be purchased online. Additional information is available at the following link.
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