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Skip the Line: Gaudi’s La Pedrera Audio Tour in Barcelona
"Designed between 1906 and 1912 UNESCO-listed La Pedrera is one of Barcelona's icons and was the last building that Gaudí worked on before he devoted his attention to La Sagrada Familia. Often called Casa Milà after the family who commissioned Gaudi to create it the building’s official name translates as ‘the quarry’ in Spanish and some of its most beautiful spaces are open to the public.Armed with your skip-the-line ticket head to Passeig de Gracia avenue where La Pedrera is located. Admire its striking exterior
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Barcelona Private Walking Tour including La Pedrera and Casa Batllo
"Take the opportunity to enjoy this 4-hour private walking tour with your own private official tour guide. The price includes the entrance fee of La Pedrera and Casa Batllo. The tour will start off on Paseo de Gracia with Diagonal unless your hotel is close by. If that is the case you will be picked up from your hotel then begin your walk towards the first part of the tour La Pedrera and Casa Batllo. After that the walking tour will continue towards Plaza Cataluña and the Gothic Quarter and Las Ramblas. The tour will finish off in Plaza Cataluña unless it is organized differently with your guide."
From EUR110.00
 
Barcelona: Private Gaudi Tour and Sagrada Familia Ticket
"Your tour starts at the Sagrada Familia the symbol of Barcelona and the prinicpal example of the Modernism Movement. Here you will meet your private guide and enter with skip-the-line tickets. Antoni Gaudi started the cathedral in 1882 and the works continued even after Gaudì’s death. Nowadays the cathedral is still a work in progress and is supposed to be finished in 2026. With your private dedicated guide you will learn the fascinating history and hidden meanings behind this famous all over the world. Your tour will proceed to the Casa Batlò another of Gaudi’s unique architectural works. The façade is truly unforgettable its balconies appear to be like large face masks and the pillars look like bones.From outside your guide will explain to you this masterpiece and will tell you interesting anecdotes about it! No Gaudi tour is complete without a stop outside Casa Milà
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Casa Milà - La Pedrera Tips (188)

Casa Milà

Casa Milà is one of Antoni Gaudi's architectural wonders of which it is located along the intersection of Passig De Gracia and Carrer De Provenca. It is also known as La Pedrera of which it was built...
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machomikemd
Sep 08, 2016

A very desirable address..

La Pedrera (Casa Mila), is one of Gaudi’s iconic commissions. It can be reached via a slow stroll through the streets of Eixample, each lined with grand modernist buildings, eventually reaching the...
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Orchid
Sep 06, 2016

CASA MILA

The thing that the building is best know for is that its not meant to have any straight lines in it, its all curved. You can go inside and see a reconstruction of an apartment from the 1920s and an...
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hevbell
Jul 06, 2016

CASA MILA

This apartment block, just up the road from the Manzana de la Discordia, was also designed by Antoni Gaudi. Its named after the politician who originally commissioned the building but is also known as...
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hevbell
Jul 06, 2016

La Pedrera.

Casa Mila, or La Pedrera is a huge ondulating apartment block built between 1906 and 1912. Pedrera literally means "stone quarry".It was Gaudì' s last work before he dedicated all his time to the...
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Maurizioago
Jan 16, 2016

Casa Milà

Casa Milà, better known as La Pedrera (Catalan for 'The Stone Quarry') due to its stone like appearance, was built in 1905-10 originally for house apartments and offices however the owner had...
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grayfo
Dec 23, 2015

An architectural gem.

If you are a fan of Gaudi then no visit to Barcelona would be complete without a visit to La Pedrera. This was Gaudi's last civil project and arguably one of his most original. A visit here consists...
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CEP1863
Dec 28, 2014

Casa Mila

Casa Milà, also known as La Pedrera, is a a modernist building designed and built by architect Antoni Gaudi between 1906-10, located at 92, Passeig de Gràcia in Barcelona. Remarkable features of this...
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MichaelFalk1969
Jun 05, 2014

Chimneys withh faces

Casa Mila was intended as a family home and as apartments to rent and, indeed, there are still people using the apartments today!This is a UNESCO World Heritage Site (since 1984). Gaudi designed this...
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smirnofforiginal
May 29, 2014

Mila's House - Pedrera

Casa Milà, better known as La Pedrera, meaning the 'The Quarry', is a famous building designed by Antoni Gaudí.The Mila's house is the main sight of parkway Passeig de Gracia. This Gaudi's building...
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Kuznetsov_Sergey
Nov 22, 2013

Amazing building by Gaudi

This innovative modernist building which is another remarkable masterpiece of Gaudi has become UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1984. Casa Mila is also known as La Pedrera which means stone quarry due to...
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muratkorman
Jul 21, 2012

Casa Mila and some other modernism buildings

We had a big discussion if we would like to live in a building like Casa Mila, one of the most famous buildings of Gaudi also known as La Pedrera (pic 1). We spend a lot of time checking the different...
mindcrime
Jun 11, 2012
 
 
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Things to Do Near Casa Milà - La Pedrera

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Casa Comalat

One of the most interesting Modernista buildings in Barcelona, Casa Comalat has two entirely different façades. The main side, located on Avinguda Diagonal (seen in the attached photos), is topped by...
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Museu Egipci - Egyptian Museum

Egyptian Museum of Barcelona - The Clos Archaeological Foundation The Egyptian Museum is a private collection with almost 1000 items on display. The artefacts are related to daily life in ancient...
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Casa Lleó Morera

this will be my tips on Casa Lleó Morera. I will have separate tips for the other Casas along the Illa de la Discòrdia ("Block of Discord") area of Passig De Gracia. The one block along Passeig De...
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Passeig De Gracia

the Passeig De Gracia is not only the most expensive part of Barcelona (like Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills or Fifth Avenue in New York) but is where many of the attractions of Barcelona such as Casa...
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Fundacio Antoni Tapies

The Fundació Antòni Tàpies is immediately noticeable along Aragó because it is apparently the only fortified building along the street. In fact, the barbed wire up top is only for artistic flavour and...
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Casa Batlló

this will be my tips on Casa Batllo' which is the most famous of the four Casas along the Illa de la Discòrdia part of Passig De Gracia as it was made by the Barcelona Top Dog and Icon of Modernist...
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Getting to Casa Milà - La Pedrera

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Passeig de Gràcia 92, Carrer Provenca 261

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  • Sunday 09:00 to 20:30
  • Monday 09:00 to 20:30
  • Tuesday 09:00 to 20:30
  • Wednesday 09:00 to 20:30
  • Thursday 09:00 to 20:30
  • Friday 09:00 to 20:30
  • Saturday 09:00 to 20:30

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