Not all of Gaudí's known to the public. For example, a house Torre Bellesguard not even know many of the local residents of Barcelona, not to mention tourists. Meanwhile, this jewel of Catalan modernism is in Sarah's area in the high part of the city and open to the public has been six months.
Gaudi built this house commissioned by the widow of Jaume Figueras, on the spot, where the ruins of the palace of the king of Aragon Martin first. Gaudí preserved part of the fortress wall and built a house like a fortress in neo-Gothic style, not forgetting the religious elements.
At first glance, the house may seem dull, too drab and did not like the style of Gaudi. But should pay attention to detail and go inside, you will feel the play of light, enjoy the bright palette of Spanish ceramics and will feel in a typical Andalusian patio in the south of Spain.
Around the house is a garden with a terrace, a typical Gaudi mosaic benches and a view of the whole of Barcelona and Tibidabo Mountain. To get here the easiest to train FGC (Ferrocarriles Catalanes) from Plaza Catalunya to the station Avenida Tibidabo minutes and go from her 5 on foot.
Entrance to the house and garden is worth € 9 with an audio guide in Russian. On summer evenings there are concerts of live music.