On the Passeig de Gràcia, the most modernista street in the city, in the heart of Barcelona,

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Explore the city from its centre and start walking its streets from one of its most iconic avenues, the Passeig de Gràcia, home to the main icons of Barcelona’s modernista architecture, as well as major fashion brands, jewellers, restaurants, terraces… Gràcia is a genuine, authentic neighbourhood, full of artists and bohemians. Strolling its narrow streets and discovering its squares is a true delight.

Hotel Casa Fuster is located at number 132 Passeig de Gràcia, the perfect location to experience Barcelona and its essence.

Location - Casa Fuster

This elegant and unique avenue, the address of choice for the bourgeoisie of the 19th century to establish their stately homes, connects Plaça Catalunya, in the middle of the city, with Avinguda Diagonal, along approximately 1.5 km.

Passeig de Gràcia

Location - Casa Fuster

Hexagonal tiles and benches/lampposts designed by Antoni Gaudí adorn and illuminate the surroundings of one of his most famous works, La Pedrera, located at number 92 Passeig de Gràcia. A short distance away, at number 43, La Casa Batlló will set your imagination on fire with its sinuous dragon-like curves.

Be moved by Gaudí and learn more about this genius with our immersive Gaudí Emotions experience, which combines an interactive audiovisual experience and the best of our cuisine.


Location - Casa Fuster

The Hotel Casa Fuster, a modernista gem designed by Catalan architect Lluís Domènech i Montaner, will be the perfect starting point for you to discover the work of other renowned architects, such as Gaudí and Puig i Cadafalch. If you want to fully immerse yourself in modernista Barcelona, you can't miss our From Master to Genius package, which allows you to embark on a modernist tour through the district of Gràcia accompanied by an expert architect. This engaing and innovative tour begins with a visit to Casa Fuster (Domènech i Montaner's last great work in Barcelona), and ends with a visit to Casa Vicens (Gaudí's first great work in Barcelona).

Modernista Tour