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Top sights in Barcelona
Designed for the wealthy businessman Pere Milà, Antoni Gaudí's modernist oddity in the center of Barcelona has become one of the city's most famous buildings. Rich with phantasmagorical features to explore, here are five interesting tidbits to start your tour!
Casa Milà's nickname – La Pedrera – arose from its similarity to a single limestone precipice. A controversial building in its time, the term wasn't always used so affectionately!
The design was heavily inspired by Gaudí's Catholic faith. He almost walked off the project when a planned statuary of the Virgin Mary was blocked by local building codes!
The rooftop terrace offers spectacular views over Barcelona and Gaudí's famous as-yet-unfinished Sagrada Familia. In summer, an open-air bar provides drinks and live music too!
The roof terrace offers plenty more to quell your curiosity than the views alone. The Medieval knights among its surreal sculptures keep cool air flowing through the building.
Gaudí wanted the building's residents to know each other. Elevators serve just every second floor, encouraging friendly encounters in the stairwells and landing!
Casa Milà's opening times are 9:00AM to 8:00PM daily from March 1st to November 3rd, and 9:00AM to 6.30PM the rest of the year (closed December 25th and January 13th to 19th). La Predrera is also worth seeing at night, though. The rooftop bar is open until midnight throughout the summer months, and there are also occasional nighttime tours and exhibitions worth keeping an eye out for.
Book tickets in advance to beat the queues, especially during peak season. Standard tickets cost upwards of €20 (audio guide included), with some special exhibitions costing more. Note that concessions are incredibly generous so bring anything that might qualify you! Children under six can go for free.
Casa Milà can be accessed by buses 7,16,17, 22, 24 and V17, or by taking the Metro lines 3 or 5 to the station Diagonal.
- When to visitMarch 1st to November 3rd, 9:00AM to 8:00PM, 9:00AM to 6:30PM the rest of the year.
- What is the price?Ticket prices start at €20, audio guide included.
- Will I need a guide?La Pedrera offers group tours in several languages, or check out our best-selling tours.
- How to get thereTake the 7, 16, 17, 22, 24 or V17 bus or Metro line 3 or 5 to the Diagonal station.
- Additional tips
- Tickets can be printed in advance or validated on your smartphone!
- Between 9:00AM and 10:00AM and after 4:00PM there are fewer crowds.
What People Are Saying About Casa Mila
Buying a ticket in advance really helps. The queue to buy a ticket was very long (aug 2017). The Casa Mila has only one apartment one can visit plus you can see an exhibition over Gaudi in the attic. The roof top is however open for visits and it is a thrilling walk, up and down. Nothing for people that are scared of hights though.
It was very easy to get around and pick the only stops you wish to see. Buses really come about 10mins from each other so no need to worry about running after the bus thats about to leave. Make sure to pre-book tickets to attractions way in advance, sagrada familia and park guell were sold out and only way to get in is through expensive group tours.
Staff were very helpful, especially since we had a 20 month old. Tour was very informative and a great way to see a lot of the sights in a short time.
On Buses always had enough available seats and they drive very often. Bus stops at the mayority of attractions exept at Park Guell where you need to walk at least 10 minut from bus stop to parc entrance. Some headphones are not working properly.
We did the one day east tour, we parked the car near the east route. The busses stops frequently and nearby the attractions