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La Pedrera-Casa Milà Skip the Line Admission Ticket with Audioguide
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Best of Barcelona Live Virtual Tour

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Discover the highlights of Barcelona from the comfort of your own home on a virtual tour of the city’s architecture and culture. Led by a professional tour guide, you can get to know the city while exploring landmarks like the Sagrada Familia and Park Güell. The interactive experience provides ample opportunities to ask questions and converse with the guide, ensuring you get the most out of the virtual excursion.
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AJ S wrote a review Nov 2020
Ann Arbor, Michigan381 contributions227 helpful votes
La Pedrera-Casa Mila- another jaw-dropping work of Antoni Gaudi. All his masterpieces are so different, you cannot pick just one or two...
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Response from Xavier_Bas, Director General at Casa Milà - La Pedrera
Responded 4 Dec 2020
Thanks for your comment!! we expect to see you again soon!!
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Vadim wrote a review Nov 2020
Murmansk, Russia19,538 contributions2,401 helpful votes
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We must pay tribute to the Museum dealers of Barcelona and the bankers of Caixa de Catalunya. They do not suffer from Christian love for tourists. Tourists are sheep and they need to be sheared. And their great compatriot, Antonio Gaudi, who died in a hospital for beggars, helps them in this. The UNESCO world heritage status increases the tax. To get to Mila's House, you have to pay 27 euros! Two tickets to the Orsay! Or 1.5 tickets to the Louvre or the Vatican museums. What is one and a half times more expensive than the world's best art collection led by Gioconda and twice the world's best impressionist collection? The most beautiful ventilation in the world! It is she who flashes in all guidebooks as a work of art. The chimneys and ventilation shafts look like fairy-tale warriors. These biomorphic warriors were supposed to guard the 12-meter statue of the virgin, the pedestal for which Gaudi, who had fallen into Catholicism, saw the entire building. The virgin didn`t appear (due to the anarchic protests of 1909), the army was left alone. For completeness of the impression. Antonioni, a classic of Italian neorealism, shot his film "Profession: reporter"on the roof. Nothing else outstanding. Photos from the roof on the Eixample, the Museum of Gaudi models (interesting, but available on the Internet), a fake apartment of the early XX century, a patio in the form of an oval well. Wrought-iron balcony grilles made by Jujol are free to view. For all of 27 euros.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Response from Xavier_Bas, Director General at Casa Milà - La Pedrera
Responded 30 Nov 2020
Thanks for your comments. La Pedrera is the only exhibition space in Barcelona devoted to all Gaudí’s work. In total you can visit 4,500 m2 divided between five floors of the building, including the Warrior Rooftop, the Whale Attic (Gaudí Exhibition) Tenants’ Apartment, the Courtyards and the Milà Family’s Apartment (Art Exhibition). We also want to inform you that La Pedrera, as part of Catalunya La Pedrera Foundation, assigns the proceeds of the ticket entrance to social, environmental, educational and cultural projects which benefited directly more than 500.000 people in 2019.
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Kelleygirl2 wrote a review Oct 2020
Sarasota, Florida6,509 contributions701 helpful votes
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Our Viator guide brought us in to see the fun house architectural designs of Casa Mila or La Pedrera, which literally means ‘the quarry’ also referred to as “the building that embodies nature”. To me it looks like a series of giant waves. From the outside we could see metal terraces with interweaving leaves and flowers, a strong contrast to the hard stone structure. Each of the windows and terrace doors looked to me like numerous eyes peering out from the giant stone “monster”. As we moved inside through the organic, undulating rooms (there wasn’t a right angle inside the building) we could see the period furniture of a bourgeois family in the early 20th century. The chandelier, lace curtains and even a fruit bowl on a kitchen table gave us the ability to get a feel for what it was actually like to live in such a unique space designed by “one of the greatest architects to ever live”. On the top floor, or attic, we were able to explore Gaudi's organic collection of materials that so influenced his designs. You could easily see how a nautilus or skeleton could become the ribs or arches of a roof. Fossilized sea beds, or scallop shells became textural elements while the smoothness of a gourd or knotty meandering branch might provide a fluid connection to the earth and the world around us, to be part of, not separate from. We climbed up to the roof terrace where we saw the masterpieces of his outdoor sculptures. Each chimney was sculpted into a different sentinel-like totem, giving the space a feeling of a protected, if not mystical, outdoor art gallery, with a fabulous view that connected us to the birds eye perspective of the architecture on the Passeig de Gracia below. We turned away from the street and looked down to the heavily lidded, sleepy interior windows facing inward making me wonder if the building weren’t alive.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Response from Xavier_Bas, Director General at Casa Milà - La Pedrera
Responded 18 Oct 2020
Thanks for taking the time to share your opinion about Casa Milà and for your extended comment. We are really glad that you find it worth to visit. This building, considered as a “petrified wave” or a “giant sculpture” is interesting for those who are into architecture, art, Modernisme or Gaudí, as well as for those who are not. As you say, the Whale Attic with the Gaudí exhibition offers a broad view of his work, showing the most basic traits of his clearly visual and empirical way of understanding architecture through models, audiovisuals and objects. The route around the space is divided into seven areas, one of which is devoted entirely to La Pedrera. If you liked the views from the Warrior Rooftop we encourage you to discover it now with the magic of dark, doing the night-time experience “La Pedrera Night Experience”, where you will be able to see multiple projections in the badalots as well as good views to Passeig de Gràcia. Sincerely,
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Joe P wrote a review Oct 2020
4 contributions2 helpful votes
Taking you to the most touristic points of Barcelona, you will see Casa Mila for sure. Its beautiful!!
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Response from Xavier_Bas, Director General at Casa Milà - La Pedrera
Responded 4 Oct 2020
Thanks for sharing your useful comments about the visit to La Pedrera. A visit to this building is interesting for those who are into architecture, art, Modernisme or Gaudí, as well as for those who are not. As you said, with La Pedrera by day visit you do a freely visit with an audio guide (included in the ticket price) so you can spend as much time as you want in each area, depending on your interests. A total of 4,500 m2 can be visited, spread over five floors: Butterfly and Flower Courtyard, Whale Attic (Gaudí Exhibition), Tenants’ Apartment, Warrior Rooftop and the Milà Family’s Apartment (Art Exhibition). The only areas that cannot be visited are the private homes and offices that remain in the building. Sincerely,
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AixTex wrote a review Sep 2020
Texas84 contributions23 helpful votes
Because of price, I had intended to just view the building from the outside. But when I went in the gift shop and looked into the interior, I wisely decided to spend the money on the tour. Wow. I am an architecture buff and this is one of the few jaw-dropping structures I have toured. So very different from La Sagrada Familia. I was astonished that there are no interior load-bearing walls! Worth every penny, in my opinion.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Response from Xavier_Bas, Director General at Casa Milà - La Pedrera
Responded 17 Sep 2020
Thanks for your comments and visit, as you said you can’t lose the visit at Casa Milà. La Pedrera is the only exhibition space in Barcelona devoted to all Gaudí’s work. Moreover, you can see the Roof-Terrace, one of the most beautiful of the city. We also want to inform you that La Pedrera, as part of Catalunya La Pedrera Foundation, assigns the proceeds of the ticket entrance to social, environmental, educational and cultural projects which benefited directly more than 500.000 people in 2019. Sincerely,
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