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Casa Milà

Barcelona, Spain
4.7 / 9
One of the most interesting sights of Barcelona, created by Antonio Gaudi. The house was built by order of the spouses Mila, who planned to rent out part of the rooms. Gaudi used the concept of a "moving mountain" during construction, so the lines of the building seem alive and "flowing". The house is considered one of the spiritual symbols of the city. Today, people live in one of its parts, and the upper floors are given over to the museum.
Casa Milà
Address:Provença, 261-265, Barcelona
Phone:+34 902 20 21 38
Hours:monday: 09:00–20:30, 21:00–23:00 tuesday: 09:00–20:30, 21:00–23:00 wednesday: 09:00–20:30, 21:00–23:00 thursday: 09:00–20:30, 21:00–23:00 friday: 09:00–20:30, 21:00–23:00 saturday: 09:00–20:30, 21:00–23:00 sunday: 09:00–20:30, 21:00–23:00

Alina Duran

A great audible tour. Perfect to do with the family or alone. Has a couple different languages to choose from. Beautiful architecture and history. Mus.. Read more »

Joao Batista de Oliveira

Amazing. Pure art. Or about how Gaudí's genius can be seen and felt in this architectural masterpiece. It is not cheap, but you will get to know three.. Read more »

Andrew Mackenzie

Visited the photographic exhibition on first floor. You don't get to see the whole building or inside the apartment but gives you a flavour for the pl.. Read more »

Sofia Del Rio

The audio guide is great! My husband thought it was too much, but it explains the thought process of how the design came to be. You get to visit the r.. Read more »

Yaseen Ali

Another one of Antoni Gaudi’s iconic building from 1906-1912. It was his last residence place. You can see the construction made from rocks and almost.. Read more »

Lala Loop

A very beautiful place to visit. A lot to learn, it was a great moment. But I'm quite confused because at the end of the visit, a photograph tell you .. Read more »


Amazing place with so much history. The Staff is a bit rude and snobby but I get it because of the grandeur of the place but I don't get it. Do recomm.. Read more »

Vinh Phuc

Casa Milà (Catalan pronunciation: [ˈkazə miˈla], [ˈkasa miˈla]), popularly known as La Pedrera (pronounced [ɫə pəˈðɾeɾə]) or "The stone quarry", a ref.. Read more »

Harriet Lamden

Did the night experience - €68 for two (cheaper for Catalunya/Barcelona residents). We were taken round by a lovely guide with only 4 other couples. R.. Read more »

H Hansford

Stunning piece of architecture, still yet to complete the tour (unsure if I will or not). This building used to help me figure out where I was when I .. Read more »

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