Accessible Barcelona and its World Heritage Sites

Barcelona seeks to bring access to the most emblematic places and to public transport, achieving the enjoyment of the city for all its visitors.
In addition, its accommodation offer is notable for having hotels with rooms adapted for persons with reduced mobility (PRM).
You can find some of them on our Omnirooms.com website.

Barcelona has nine architectural works declared World Heritage Sites, which are accessible for PRM:

MODERNIST ENCLOSURE OF SANT PAU
It was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1997.
The enclosure does not present architectural barriers and is totally accessible for persons in wheelchairs.
In addition, it has a wheelchair rental service.

 

CASA BATLLÓ
It is a masterpiece by Gaudí, cataloged in 2005 as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. PRM can access the different floors of the building through an elevator.
Casa Batlló offers its visitors a wheelchair rental service and adapted bathrooms.

 

CASA MILÀ – LA PEDRERA
Popularly known as La Pedrera, it is a modernist building designed by Gaudí, and it was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1984.
It has been recognized in the Responsible Tourism Awards for offering resources and accessibility services in its spaces and equipment. It is fully accessible for persons with reduced mobility.
In addition, it has a wheelchair rental service.

 

SAGRADA FAMILIA
It is the maximum exponent of Gaudí’s modernist architecture, and both the Nativity Facade and the Crypt of the Expiatory Temple were declared as World Heritage Sites by UNESCO.
The Basilica offers its visitors a wheelchair rental service.
It is recommended that wheelchair users be accompanied by someone who can help them if needed.

 

GÜELL PARK
This huge garden with peculiar architectural elements designed by Gaudí, was declared in 1984 a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
The Park makes available to PRM maps of the Monumental Axis with a specific adapted route.
In addition, they can access the ground floor and the garden where they are offered information about the first floor.
The site has adapted restrooms and a wheelchair rental service

 

PALAU DE LA MUSICA
The Palau de la Musica, one of the most special concert halls in the world, was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1997.
With an accessible entrance, the Palau offers a wheelchair rental service to its users.
It also has elevators that lead to all the adapted floors and bathrooms.

 

COLÒNIA GÜELL
Gaudí’s Crypt was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2005.
Much of the environment is paved and persons with reduced mobility can visit it correctly. It is recommended that they go with a companion so that they can help them if necessary.
To access the interior it has a mobile ramp that can be requested.

 

PALAU GÜELL
The Palau, one of the main works of Gaudí, was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1986.
PRM can visit the Noble Floor, the bedrooms and the attic through an elevator.
In addition, it has a wheelchair rental service and adapted bathrooms.

 

CASA VICENS
Casa Vicens, Gaudí’s first masterpiece, was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2005.
It has an accessible route, adapted restrooms and an elevator to access the different floors.

 

We hope you enjoy an unforgettable visit to this beautiful city by the hand of Omnirooms.com, booking your vacations in Accessible Barcelona.

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