Foundation Caixa Catalunya La Pedrera

  • La Pedrera - Gaudi

The Fundación Caixa Catalunya is a well known exhibition space in Gaudí's La Pedrera building. Good occasion to visit this building.

Foundation Caixa Catalunya La Pedrera

Passeig de Gràcia, 92 (La Pedrera), 08008 Barcelona, Spain

Area: Eixample right
Website: Foundation Caixa La Pedrera
Opening hours: Tuesday to Saturday: 10am - 2pm & 4pm - 8pm; Sunday: 10am - 2pm.
Phone: 93 484 5979
Metro/Bus: Metro: L3 Diagonal / Bus: 22, 24, 28, 100, 101
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thank you Barcelona
math (22 Jul 2014 - 09:00)
Thank you for this beautiful monument, a pefect day for a perfect visit. Gaudi was a genious, and the guy buying this building a great man. Both were crazy at their time but thank to them. To visit
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Last comments

Barthélemy - 14 Jun 2024 - 16:00
super cool
Vous pouvez aussi citer le W Barcelone avec son WetDeck mais effectivement il est au rdc et non en rooftop. Merci en tous les cas. B
Barcelona.com - 5 Jun 2024 - 10:16
@Jennie
Hi Jennie, Fifteen days before finding an entrance ticket for the Sagrada Familia or Park Güell is quite normal at this time of year, as we are entering the high season. To ensure that visits are enjoyable for all, the overall number of visitors is limited. Our tip : opt for tickets with guided tour, often available during peak periods Best, .
Jennie - 5 Jun 2024 - 10:06
city pass availability
For the city pass we are on 5 June but the tickets for the sagrada familia and park guell are only available from the 20th? is this normal?
andrew - 5 Jun 2024 - 10:00
vaccine
I am travelling to Spain this summer - 2024 and would like to know if I need covid vaccine
Barcelona.com - 4 Jun 2024 - 13:50
@Daniella
Hello Daniella, to find the guided tour of Sagrada Familia with english guide: > click on the block Sagrada Familia Tour > on the next page choose "Go With A Local: Skip-The-Line Sagrada Família Tour in English" choose number of visitors and date... and that's it! Have a good day,
Daniella - 4 Jun 2024 - 12:30
can't find guided tour english
Hello, I can't find guided tour of sagrada familia in english. Could you help? best,
Barcelona.com - 28 May 2024 - 08:24
@Manuela P
Hello Manuela P, To navigate from Gate D84 to S24 in Barcelona's Terminal 2, it typically takes around 15-20 minutes. However, the exact time can vary depending on the walking speed and the crowd levels at the airport. >> Assistance: If you have mobility issues or need assistance, airport staff are available to help.
Manuela P - 28 May 2024 - 08:22
terminal 2 gates
Hello, How long is taking to get in Terminal 2, from Gate D84 to S24?

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3 comments

  1. thank you Barcelona - math (22 Jul 2014 - 09:00)

    Thank you for this beautiful monument, a pefect day for a perfect visit. Gaudi was a genious, and the guy buying this building a great man. Both were crazy at their time but thank to them. To visit

  2. Photo of La Pedrera - Blakley 42 (23 Apr 2014 - 08:30)

    The (second?) photo identified as La Pedrera (Casa Mila) is actually a photo of Casa Batllo, another Gaudi building, on the Gracia. While I'm at it, here are some hopefully useful facts about these buildings:
    .1) La Pedrara is undergoing some kind of renovation, and accordingly, the entire exterior is draped with a fabric which completely obscures the exterior. A tour of the interior is still available, including an apartment on the upper-most floor, the roof, and the attic, etc., but a better tour if you only visit one Gaudi building, i.e., other than Sagrada Familia and Park Guell, is Casa Batllo.
    2) The tour through Casa Batllo, utilizing a self-guided audio machine with headphones, was way more interesting and way more insightful into the genuis of Gaudi. I also found the building itself, with its nature-inspired decorations and Mosaic structures on the roof more appealing--beautiful even. Lastly, if memory serves, this tour is run by a dedicated foundation, who seem to really enjoy what they are doing, and want you to come away from the tour with an insight to this great man. I think that's what we did...

  3. Fondation Caixa Catalunya - Nathan in Barcelona!!! (17 Feb 2010 - 17:45)

    Fondation Caixa Catalunya.. is just great..

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