Bellesguard Tower – Gaudí

A ten minutes walk from Avinguda Tibidabo station, you’ll find Bellesguard, a singular building in Barcelona inhabited over two thousand years ago.
It was royal residence of the monarch Marti I L’Humà king of the Crown of Aragon, the last representative of the House of Barcelona, from 1408 to 1410. Today is still possible to find remnants of the medieval castle and walls around the building constructed by Antoni Gaudí.
The building’s history is so ancient that is only known a small part about it. The Gaudí’s involvement with Bellesguard is so complex and personal that there are still to be deciphered many details of its construction, its purpose and of its raison d’être.

The combined ticket includes the round trip with FGC from any station in Barcelona-Valles line to Avinguda Tibidabo station.

From 10,65 €(Price 1 zone)
16-20 Bellesguard street, Barcelona (Barcelonès)
All year

Tuesday to Sunday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. (last entrance at 2.30 p.m.)
Closed: January 1 and 6, December 25 and 26

Where to buy it

At ticket machines in all Barcelona-Vallès stations except in Av. Tibidabo station