Bellesguard Tower - Barcelona
In the Bellesguard Tower, Antoni Gaudí projected a castle halfway between modernism and gothic, to pay tribute to the palace of King Martí the Humane, who spent the last years of his life in Bellesguard (1408-1410).
Bellesguard of Antoni Gaudí (1900-1909), was declared of Cultural Interest on July 24, 1969, is a gem of Catalan modernism and one of its most unknown, symbolic and personal works, which just recently opened its doors to public.
This is a new and unprecedented gaudinian space in Barcelona, surrounded by beautiful gardens, offering indoor and outdoor environments, halfway between modernist aesthetics and medieval.
Bellesguard is a convenient and secure location, with logistical parking facilities, an atmosphere of absolute privacy and with every comfort, without having to leave Barcelona.