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La Pedrera - Casa Mila

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La Pedrera also known as Casa Mila. A Gaudí Masterpiece. Experience this iconic building. Book your ticket and receive your Skip The Line Ticket by email. 

La Pedrera/ Casa Mila is located on the beautiful avenue Passeig de Gràcia and built during the years 1906 to 1912 and a very fine example of the legacy that Antoni Gaud í left to the city

Book your La Pedrera ticket and visit and explore this amazing building which has been declared UNESCO World Heritage and is a highlight in modernist techniques. La Pedrera - Casa Mila is curved and billowing so be sure to enjoy the outdoors as much as inside and finish the tour with the view from La Pedrera rooftop, where you get a wonderful view of Passeig de Gràcia or how about taking a refreshment in the cafe on the first floor where all your impressions can be digested.

La Pedrera/Casa Mila was originally commissioned by the wealthy, Pere Milà which hired Gaudí to build their family home - therefore the name, Casa Mila but due to the building's rough outward appearance it got quickly the nickname La Pedrera which means quarry. Casa Mila was built as two blocks linked by the two interior courtyards and even today there are parts of the building used as a private residential. The main floor which served as residence of the Milas (1.323 m2) and the rest distributed 20 apartments some of these as mentioned still in use. The basement of La Pedrera served as garage and the attic was laundry room and at the top the beautiful rooftop terrace. Book your La Pedrera ticket now and skip the line.


How to get to La Pedrera/ Casa Mila

  • Metro  Purple Line (L2) or  Green (L3) or  Yellow (L4)

Area: La Pedrera is located on Passeig de Gràcia which is one of the most beautiful avenues in Barcelona; a street with a lot of restaurants and shops with a majority of designer shops. In addition, little further down the avenue you may find another masterpiece of Antoni Gaudí, namely Caso Battlo.

Opening hours for La Pedrera - Casa Mila

  • 4 Jan to 2 March Mon- to Sunday, from 9 am to 6.30 pm (last admission: 6 pm)
  • 3 March to 1 Nov Mon- to Sunday, from 9 am to 8.30 pm (last admission: 8 pm)
  • 2 Nov to 24 Dec Mon to Sunday, from 9 am to 6.30 pm (last admission: 6 pm)
  • 26 Dec to 3 Jan Mon- to Sunday, from 9 am to 8.30 pm (last admission: 8 pm)
  • The visit is estimate to: 1h/1h 30min.
  • The start to close the upper floors 15 min before the closing time of the building.

If you want to experience La Pedrera - Casa Mila at night you can read more about a spectacular night time experience here  La Pedrera The Origins

Enjoy your visit to La Pedrera/ Casa Mila

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