Casa Vicens, built between 1883 and 1889 is a mix of Mudejar and Spanish style and is spaciously covered with ceramic tiles and many ornaments. It was built as a summer house by order of Manuel Vicens i Montaner, a rich stock and currency broker.
Since 2018, Casa Vicens Barcelona can be visited again after a thorough renovation. The house is furnished as a museum, has a permanent exhibition that tells you more about the history of Casa Vicens and you can take a look at all the special areas of the building as well as the garden and the terrace.
(1906 - 1910) This apartment complex on the Passeig de Gràcia is one of Gaudi's most famous buildings and is on the UNESCO list. Because of its appearance without any straight lines, the building is also referred to as 'La Pedrera', or the stone quarry. It's roof terrace is a particularly popular photo op.
(1904 - 1906) Josep Battló i Casanovas commissioned Gaudi to build an apartment complex on the Passeig de Gràcia. Nothing in the building is angular; it's all flowing lines. The roof full of mosaics represents the back of a dragon. One of Gaudi's most beautiful UNESCO buildings to visit.