I had read lots of reviews stating that if you only have time for one Gaudi experience to go to Casa Batllo instead - rubbish! Don't listen to those reviews. I visited Casa Batllo last time I was in Barcelona and it was great but...More
About Casa Mila "La Pedrera"
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Built in 1906-12. 8 stories with 2 circular courtyards. Intricate iron work balconies. Wavy like walls - no straight walls in the building. The Mila family had a apartment on the first floor. The top floor now houses the GAUDI MUSEUM. There are guided tours.....More
This is a cool building--we did a night tour to see the light show at the end. It ended up pouring, but once it stopped we went out to the roof for the show. The light show isn't as impressive as we imagined. They play...More
If you have time to visit only one of the buildings designed by Antoni Gaudi, don't look any further. This is it! Great to wander through this beautiful building!More
Thanks for taking the time to share your opinion about La Pedrera. We are really glad that you find it worth to visit. In total you can wander through 4,500 m2 divided between five floors of the building, including the Roof-Terrace, the Espai Gaudí (the...More
You should go for the roof and stay there until the light fades. The rest of the building is beautiful as well but it fades compared to the roof. The open hallway downstairs is also beautiful with the lights on so go at the end...More
We spent 22 EUR each and deeply regretted it. You're paying 22 EUR to go up some stairs to a windy rooftop. The rooftop is crowded and your photos won't pick up the Sagrada Familia unless you zoom in until they're grainy.
Was here with family not an art fan found it boring but the roofs good . Not great for families kids will get bored easliy
Even if you are not a fan of Gaudi’s work you cannot fail to be impressed by the roof top chimneys and the view of Barcelona! We loved the building and attention to detail. Visited late afternoon so it wasn’t too busy.Go!More
Thanks for taking the time to share your opinion about La Pedrera. We are really glad that you find it worth to visit. As yiu said, this building, considered as a “petrified wave” or a “giant sculpture” is interesting for those who are into architecture,...More
Get your tickets online to avoid the crowds. Come early or near sunset. The place is incredible and use the audio-visual guide (included in the price) which has some AI effects that make things move on the screen at designated locations in the building. Gaudi's...More
We are very glad that you find your visit to La Pedrera so interesting. As you said, we always recommend to buy your tickets online in advance at the official website of La Pedrera in order to go straight in without queuing and to avoid...More
Start your stroll down Passeic graca from Avenida Diagonal in direction of Placa Catalunya and the first of Gaudi's architechtoral masterpieces on your left about one block down will be La Pedrera. Gaudi's imagination is very clear! Even if you do not see inside, it...More