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Decide whether you love it or hate it on a Casa Milà tour. The unorthodox architecture of Antoni Gaudí’s Casa Milà evokes strong opinions from those who visit. Admittedly, the building has drawn some rather harsh criticism over the decades. But, many critics also love Casa Milà, exhorting Gaudí’s genius creativity. Regardless of what you think during your Casa Milà, UNESCO has already recognized the building as a World Heritage Site. Built for the wealthy Milà family over one hundred years ago, Casa Milà represents one of Gaudí’s most visited private residences. So, pick up a Casa Milà ticket and join the debate! To get you started with you the options, you can get priority access with our Skip The Line tickets or save money with The Barcelona Card with various bundled offers! 

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Casa Mila (La Pedrera)


OUR TIPS FOR Casa Mila (La Pedrera)

  • Rain check. If you see rain on the forecast, try to reschedule your Casa Milà trip. The rooftop closes on rainy days.
  • Hey neighbor. Casa Milà and Casa Batlló sit within a 5-minute walk of each other. Consider booking your Casa Batlló and Casa Milà tours for the same day.
  • Listen closely. You won’t find much information to read in Casa Milà. So, make proper use of the free audio guide. It’s what to do on a Casa Milà tour!


Best Time To Visit Looking out over the Mediterranean Sea, Barcelona experiences pleasant weather throughout most of the year. If you want to avoid the heat and humidity, you may want to stay home in July and August. Most Barcelona residents agree that the best weather for a Casa Milà trip occurs in the months of May, June, September, and October. It occasionally snows during the winter; and, you’ll enjoy days full of sunshine and cool, crisp nights from November to March. Like most Mediterranean cities, random storms can form without notice throughout the year.
Getting Around With multiple transit options available in Barcelona, you should have little difficulty reaching Casa Milà. And, unless you find yourself already in the area, you will likely have to use Barcelona’s mass transportation system rather than walking. By Metro, take line 3 or 5 to estació Diagonal. Or, take the FGC to Provença-La Pedrera. If you use the RENFE system, take it to Passeig de Gràcia. Otherwise, bus lines 7, 16, 17, 22, 24, and V17 all stop nearby Casa Milà.
Money Saving Tips Are your dogs barkin’? Don’t worry! We’ll save your tootsies with an insider’s tip. When you first enter Casa Milà, take the elevator to the top and work your way back down. This will save you a lot of energy and maybe even some time, as well. When you’re tired, it’s one of the best things to do on a Casa Milà tour.
Did you know? Quick Trivia – Impress your whole group with these Casa Milà factoids.
  • Because of its appearance, locals lovingly refer to Casa Milà as La Pedrera, which means “stone quarry”.
  • Casa Milà enjoys a significant amount of fame as the final private residence designed by Antoni Gaudí, Barcelona’s most noteworthy architect.
  • Gaudí originally planned statues of Our Lady of the Rosary and Archangels Michael and Gabriel. But, due to a contemporaneous spate of anti-clericalism, he scrapped the plans.
  • UNESCO declared Casa Milà a World Heritage Site in 1984.


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