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After the Sagrada Familia, Casa Milà or "la  Pedrera" as it is often called, is probably Gaudi's second most popular building in Barcelona.

 

Casa Milà covers an area of more than 100 square meters and includes two large circular patios, so that almost every part of the house gets its share of sunlight.

 

It is constructed entirely in natural stones, and lacking all the colors and ornamentation design. Maybe one of the most interesting places of the whole complex is the rooftop: here you can find a large ensemble of surrealistic chimneys all looking different and like sculptures standing there alone or in small groups, dominating the rooftop.

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La Casa Milà " La Pedrera"

C. Provença, 261-265., 08008 Barcelona, Spain

Area: Eixample right
Email: reservesSPAMFILTER@lapedrera.com
Website: La Pedrera - Barcelona
Opening hours: March to November. Monday to Sunday: from 9am to 8pm (last admission: 7.30pm) // November to February. Monday to Sunday: from 9am to 6.30pm (last admission: 6pm) // Closed: 25 December, and one week in January for maintenance, 1 January: special opening hours from 11am
Prices: 2017 rates for the visit: La Pedrera by day are: Adult: 20,50 € Student: 16,50 € Disabled: 16,50 € Children (six and under): free Children (seven to twelve): 10,25 € AUDIO GUIDE INCLUDED
Phone: +34 902 202 138
Metro/Bus: Bus: 7,16,17, 22, 24, 28 // Metro: lines 3 and 5, Diagonal.
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Barcelona center
Laura (1 Jan 2016 - 11:18)
Our holiday in Barcelona dedicated an entire day to the city center. Morning visit the Boqueria market and the Ramblas where we also ate. Then we were all afternoon store Paseo de Gracia and took advantage and had dinner there. We left the shop at the hotel and visited the quarry. I recommend going at night to this monument. It is amazing and well worth going.
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16 comments

  1. Barcelona center - Laura (1 Jan 2016 - 11:18)

    Our holiday in Barcelona dedicated an entire day to the city center. Morning visit the Boqueria market and the Ramblas where we also ate. Then we were all afternoon store Paseo de Gracia and took advantage and had dinner there. We left the shop at the hotel and visited the quarry. I recommend going at night to this monument. It is amazing and well worth going.

  2. La Casa Mila - Lupe M. Patron (22 Oct 2014 - 09:15)

    Realmente impresiionante. Su arquitectura tiene el sello indiscutible de Antonio Gaudi

  3. very expensive?? - harry (15 May 2014 - 08:15)

    of course it's just one of the most beautifull building of Gaudi - to visit absoluty while in bcn. but the ticket price is by far too expensive? Are they crazy?

  4. hey - MOHE J COMEDY (2 Apr 2014 - 08:30)

    WHERE ARE THE PRICES I WANT TO GO THERE

  5. place - Silvia (6 Sep 2013 - 11:00)

    its a must see tourist atraction.

  6. Prix de la visite - Jérôme Daquin (9 Aug 2012 - 09:15)

    Le prix de la visite (16,5 euros par personne) est scandaleusement élevé! Tarif réduit à 14 euros! De qui se moque-t-on?

  7. Barcelone - mama jolie (31 May 2012 - 08:45)

    c'était magnifique toute cette sculpture etc... avec les potes ont est resté un peu sur le " cul " de voir tout cette architecture!!! nous avons fait un séjour dans le sud de la France et nous avons été voir quelque monument avec la classe ! nous avons passer une super journée a barcelone!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :D

  8. s'il n'y avait qu'un seul monument à voir.. - barcelone (30 May 2011 - 00:00)

    Pour moi sans hésiter c'est la Casa Mila. Tout y est intéressant. Du toit magnifique aux anciens appartements et à son musée. Génial comme son concepteur.

  9. prices - ib andersen (24 Nov 2010 - 11:15)

    was ther today. No reductions at all. Persons, chil, retired or adult 11 euro!!

  10. casa mila - prof.de techno (23 Nov 2010 - 02:55)

    La Casa Milà et une oeuvre d'art qui a été construit par Antoni Gaudi.
    Il a fallut 6 ans pour la construire.
    Cette Casa Milà à été construite pour la famille mila d'ou son nom.
    Il y a 150 fenetres et 7 étages.
    A chaque étages il y a des balcons d'ou les barreaux sont construit a partir des tas de féraille.
    Cela ne se vesait d'alleuir pas a l'epoque à demains pour la suite.

  11. La casa Milà - inconnu (24 Jul 2010 - 14:39)

    je viens de faire un voyage a barcelone et j'ai visité pleins de choses fait par Gaudi et c'est le batiment qui ma le plus plu. C'est vraiment extraordinaire, le fait de pouvoir aller sur la terrasse pour admirer une superbe vue sur la ville. Si un jour vous aver l'occasion d'aller a Barcelone, c'est une visite a faire

  12. Casa Mila - Mary Cat (14 Apr 2009 - 10:44)

    I think its a really interesting place^^
    I would visit it..;]

  13. La Casa Mila - pierre (26 Mar 2009 - 20:53)

    ahhh: La Casa Mila d' Antoni Gaudi.. quel chef d'oeuvre... y aller absolument... et le soir en été on peut rester sur les toits... grandiose

  14. la pedrera casa mila - ravalement (4 Jul 2008 - 17:53)

    mon mari a participe au ravalement de la façade de la pedrera en 1987 ou 1988 c'est une entreprise française qui a ete choisie par le biais d'une boite catalane une sacre experience .....une grue ppm de 40 tonnes qui s'installe sur le trottoir apres avoir traverse la ville .....sablage a sec pour proteger la pierre pas d'echaffaudage pour la securite tout etait pense et bien pense

  15. CASA MILA' - SANDY (28 Mar 2007 - 14:46)

    Io sono stata a Barcellona 2 anni fa e quest anno finalmente ci ritorno!!

    Tra i luoghi che ho visitato rientra Casa Milà davvero notevole...anche all'interno..semplicemente geniale...come il suo autore: Antoni Gaudì!

    Se andate a Barcellona fermatevi a visitarla ne vale davvero la pena!

  16. Place - Jessica (20 Dec 2006 - 18:08)

    This sounds like a really nice place to visit. I would like to go to Barcelona someday, and I may just visit Casa Mila.

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