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Dali Museum-House

Portlligat, Cadaques, Spain
+34 972 25 10 15
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Built in the 1930s, this was the summer home of the famous artist Salvador Dalí.
  • Excellent67%
  • Very good25%
  • Average6%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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“guided tour” (31 reviews)
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Portlligat, Cadaques, Spain
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+34 972 25 10 15
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Odd place. Mildly interesting but not sure it was worth the drive. Like Dali but are not avid fans of Dali.

Thank Christine B
Reviewed 3 days ago

You will definitely want to go here and the only think you need to remember is to book in advance as it sells out. Allow a few hours as hanging in the gardens gives you a glimpse into Dali's life

Thank Carla O
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

I love Spain one of my favorite destinations. The home of Dali is eccentric and whimsical, from the beautiful costal setting to the fairytale story. Great for couples, families, singles. May need to make reservations it can be busy at times. We stood by and...More

Thank Daniel B
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We enjoyed our visit, only criticism is we were a little rushed by the guide. The house has been left exactly as Dali had it when he left (and did not return)

Thank NTheo102
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We got inside in a small group of 8 or 9 people, the guide explained us basic info in three different languages (EN, FR, Catalan). The space inside is huge, but it's all well organised, so we didn't bump into each other neither were bothered...More

Thank IvanaCM2013
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

If you are planning on going to Figueres, and especially if you are a fan of Salvador Dali, you also need to visit the Dali Museum House in Portlligat, Cadaques. About on hour by car, or there is a public bus which takes a couple...More

Thank Andrew K
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

What an absolutely fantastic house, Dali and his wife had. It was full of weird and wonderful things, just as you would expect. It was so lovely to hear they lived together in this house for 50 years and that Dali left the house when...More

Thank Tirre
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Very beautiful village, great nature and view. To visit Dali house you need to purchase tickets in advance as there is only 10 people allowed at a time!!! In the house you will spend around 30 minutes plus you have access to the garden where...More

Thank Aleksandra M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Where the actual Dali museum fell short, this place did it right, small groups of 8 people at a time, are led through the house, and provided a fixed amount of time in each room to take in the environment, while being provided relevant information...More

Thank OutOfMyElement
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

A few days before we arrived in Cadaques I searched for information on the Dali House and was able to get the last two tickets available for one of the days we would be there. Several days were already sold out. Groups are limited to...More

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BiserD
Dear All, we plan to visit the Dali Museum house in early May. How can we get to it from Barcelona by public transport and how long does it take to reach the museum? We shall look forward for your answers as to plan our trip. B/r Bisser
2 April 2017|
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Response from LLRBWH | Reviewed this property |
You can take the AVE high speed train to Figueres (1 hour) then a 20 minute walk to the Dali Museum. You can then hire a cab to take you to the Dali House in Port Ligat (see my review). Be sure you have reservations for the... More
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Kristin S
Does anyone have experience of purchasing tickets to the Museum-House from the the Dali website directly? Is there any sort of tour guide there to explain things from the museum for those that do not come with a tour group? (I would like to purchase a ticket for the Dali Triangle tour but since I would be going solo, I see that is not possible as there is a minimum of 2). I have read other answers about transporation/car rentals from Figueres (where I will be staying) to Portlligat...is there a location to rent a car other than Barcelona for the day?
23 January 2017|
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Response from Lars414 | Reviewed this property |
For car rental, there are several in Figueras (Europcar, Budget, etc) and in Girona. Driving should be straight forward, but make sure you have a good GPS if you want to make the Dali triangel.
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Kyujin S
I am planning to stay overnight in Figueres and visit Port Lligat the next day for the House of Dali. But I am having problem with ticket purchasing in advance as I am not sure when I can arrive in Port Lligat by bus from Figueres. Does anyone know the time table of bus from Figueres to Cadaques? And how long would it take? Thank you.
1 December 2016|
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Response from Louis B | Reviewed this property |
I think you have the answers to your question above. I would add that I believe it would be a mistake not to give Cadaques a bit more time. Consider spending a night or two there.
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