Antoni Gaudí's Bellesguard Tower

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Updated: 11/22/2023

C/ Bellesguard, 20
08022 Barcelona



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In Torre Bellesguard, Antoni Gaudí leaves us a modernist castle of Gothic appearance, to pay homage to the Palace of King Martín I the Human, the last king of the House of Barcelona, who lived the last years of his life at Bellesguard (1408-1410).

The Torre Bellesguard by Antoni Gaudí (1900-1909), declared an Asset of Cultural Interest on July 24, 1969, is a jewel of Catalan modernism and one of his most unknown, symbolic and personal works. It is a new and unprecedented Gaudinian space in Barcelona, surrounded by beautiful gardens, which offers indoor and outdoor environments halfway through the modernist and medieval aesthetics.

Bellesguard is a comfortable and safe location, with logistical facilities for parking, loading and unloading, an environment of absolute privacy and all kinds of amenities, without having to leave Barcelona.