Casa Vicens has announced today its reopening controlling the capacity and following the appropriate measures to guarantee a safe and unforgettable visit.
In the heart of Barcelona, in the Gracia district, behind an iron grille in the shape of a palm leaf, the best kept secret: Casa Vicens, Gaudi's first masterpiece.
Casa Vicens was built between 1883 and 1885 and has been used as a private home for 130 years.
This is the eighth and last Unesco World Heritage Site to open to the public in Barcelona and precedes the Sagrada Familia; Casa Batlló; La Pedrera; Park Güell; Palau Güell; Palau de la Música and the Hospital de Sant Pau. A surprising fusion of styles that highlights the project and the spaces designed by Antoni Gaudí and, at the same time, offers the essential services and comforts of a museum and cultural space of our times.
In addition, throughout the summer you can enjoy the "Summer Vicens" experience which includes the exclusive Hofmann aperitive to enjoy in the garden of the house.
The established schedule will be from 10:00h to 20:00h from Monday to Sunday and the last entrance will be at 18:40h.
Find out more about Hofmann's Summer Vicens experience by double clicking here: