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Torre Bellesguard with Audio Guide

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Torre Bellesguard: Guided Tour

  • Duration: 40mins
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Jason,  United States United States
21 Sep 2023
Fascinating tour of Bellesguard, with several languages available. Gaudi’s architectural work is magical.
Bellesguard Tower with audio guide
20 Aug 2023
Ottima bellissimo palazzo ottimo panorama servizio pubblico
Bellesguard Tower with audio guide
05 Sep 2023
Es pot anar amb nens a partir de 5 anys
Bellesguard Tower with audio guide

About: Torre Bellesguard

The Torre Bellesguard is a lesser-known Gaudi attraction, hidden up in the hills of Barcelona. This castle-inspired neo-Gothic house later went on to serve as a foundation for some of Gaudi's work on the Sagrada Familia. Plus, visiting Torre Bellesguard is a great excuse to visit the Sarrià-Sant Gervasi area of the city.

Torre Bellesguard
20,Carrer de Bellesguard, 08022, Barcelona
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