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Gaudí’s first home in Barcelona will soon open to the public


Planning a trip to Barcelona any time soon or still looking for a weekend getaway? We’ve got a new architecture delight that will make you want to go to Barcelona asap. As one of the world’s most famous architects, it’s safe to say that Gaudí’s work is a must when visiting the Spanish capital. Even though the Sagrada Familia has changed every time we’re back in Barcelona, we’re glad there’s a new Gaudí wonder in town. Technically, it’s not completely new, but it has been restored for over the last three years. We’re talking about Gaudí’s first house in Barcelona ‘Casa Vicens‘ and after 130 years since it was built, it’s finally opens to the public this fall.

You can find more information on the website. Looking for a place to stay? You better check out this amazing hotel in Barcelona.

El sostre de la sala de fumar de #CasaVicens / El techo de la sala de fumar de Casa Vicens / Smoking room ceiling at Casa Vicens

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Casa Vicens, Gaudí’s first house, will open its doors in autumn 2017

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    October 4, 2017 at 15:27

    […] but sightseeing is too. Make sure to check out Barcelona’s ‘new’ must-see: Gaudí’s first house in Barcelona ‘Casa Vicens‘, which has opened to the public again after 130 years of renovation […]

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    October 11, 2017 at 12:29

    […] moet verlaten, zouden wij zeker ook de ‘nieuwe’ must-see van de stad aanraden: Gaudí’s eerste huis in Barcelona ‘Casa Vicens‘, dat na 130 (!) jaar renoveren nu open is voor […]

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