Casa Milà - La Pedrera

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5 expert reviews

“More commonly known as "La Pedrera", this building, with its façade evoking the movement of the sea and its fantasy decor, is one of Gaudí's finest achievements. ”

– Michelin Guide

National Geographic National Geographic
"Exhibition space in Gaudí’s signature apartment building provides a comprehensive course on his visionary ideas of form and design." Full review
Time Out Time Out
"La Casa Milà, better known as La Pedrera, is the last of the buildings Antoni Gaudí finished, and since 1984 has also been on the list of UNESCO World Heritage sites." Full review
U.S. News & World Report U.S. News & World Report
"The nickname, La Pedrera (meaning "The Quarry") is appropriate for Antoni Gaudí's stately, fortress-like Casa Milà. Bobbing around the corner of Passeig de Gràcia and Carrer de Provença,..." Full review
Casa Milà was originally constructed as a home for the commissioners of the building (Pere Mila i Camps), who also requested the complex includes apartments be built for rent.
Frommer's Frommer's
"It took the neighbors a long time to warm up to Modernisme. When Gaudí’s last secular commission, Casa Milà, was finished in 1912, they took one look at the undulating lines of seemingly..." Full review
For a more intimate (and more expensive) nighttime visit, choose the “Origins” tour, which includes a glass of cava on the rooftop.