NileGuide Expert Says:
Take note of the exceptionally narrow bed in the Casa Museu Gaudi, it's a wonder he was able to sleep on it.
Parc Güell (up hill to right of main entrance)
08001 Barcelona, Spain
tel: +34 93 219 3811
fax: +34 93 284 6446
NileGuide Expert tip:
Often a line up to get into Casa Museu Gaudi, if it's busy take a stroll around the park and come back about 30 minutes later, the lines don't last very long.
Nestled in a ceramic mosaic wonderland, Antonio Gaudi spent most of his life with his niece, living in Casa Museu Gaudi,a building designed by his colleague Francesc Berenguer and situated in the mesmerizing Park Guell. From 1906-1926, Gaudi lived in this modernist building which is equipped with half a dozen rooms that are split between two floors. Casa Museum Gaudi is right in the middle of the park and today it has been converted into a museum. If you have an extra 4 Euros it's definitely worth a look inside as the entire place (on the inside) was furnished and designed by Gaudi himself. Gaudi's Casa is open daily from 10am-8pm and closed on Catalan holidays.