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Visit the Casa Mila "La Pedrera" on the Passeig de Gracia Barcelona

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Gaudí’s unique Casa Milà was finished in 1910 and because of its inconsistent façade, it is also called la Pedrera which means stone pit. The building is nowadays a World Heritage Site and famous for its unmistakable style. On your visit you can see the extraordinary roof deck with a breathtaking view, as well as the inner court yards and exhibitions inside the house.
The Barcelona City Pass already includes entry to Casa Milà - La Pedrera.

Discover the last building by the brilliant architect Antoni Gaudí

The impressive façade

Even from the outside, Casa Mila catches the eye with its undulating façade and curved balconies made of wrought iron. The organic shapes and structures that characterise the building are inspired by nature and give Casa Mila its unique character.

The fascinating interiors

Inside Casa Mila, a world of surprises awaits you. The unique rooms are characterised by curved lines, impressive staircases and refined decorations. Discover the colourful mosaics, magnificent ceilings and the many loving details that bring Gaudí's vision to life.

The breathtaking roof terrace

An absolute highlight of Casa Mila is the spectacular roof terrace. Surreal chimney figures, organic shapes and a breathtaking view over Barcelona await you here. Enjoy the unique atmosphere and let yourself be enchanted by the beauty of this special location.

Exciting exhibitions and events

Casa Mila also hosts a number of exciting exhibitions and events that take a closer look at the work and life of Antoni Gaudí. Explore the different rooms that host temporary and permanent exhibitions and immerse yourself in the history and art of the era. In addition, Casa Mila regularly hosts cultural events such as concerts and lectures for a varied and inspiring experience.


Highlights of the Casa Milà – La Pedrera

  • Impressive façade: The undulating façade and curved balconies made of wrought iron make Casa Mila a distinctive landmark in Barcelona. 
  • Fascinating interiors: The unique rooms, characterised by curved lines, colourful mosaics and magnificent ceilings, offer a deep insight into Gaudí's artistic vision. 
  • Breathtaking roof terrace: The spectacular roof terrace with its surreal chimney figures and breathtaking views over Barcelona is an unforgettable experience for visitors. 
  • Exciting exhibitions and events: Casa Mila hosts both temporary and permanent exhibitions that take a closer look at the work and life of Antoni Gaudí, as well as cultural events such as concerts and lectures. 
  • Practical information for visitors: Casa Mila is easily accessible by public transport and has barrier-free access, although it is advisable to book tickets in advance and find out about current opening times and special events. 


Opening hours Casa Milà – La Pedrera

March-November Daily: 9am-8:30pm
From November Daily: 9am-6:30pm


Prices Casa Milà – La Pedrera

25 €


Restrictions of Casa Milà – La Pedrera

  • Security checks: Casa Mila may conduct security checks for visitors. It is advisable not to bring large bags or backpacks as these may have to be handed in at the security check. 
  • Accessibility: Casa Mila is largely barrier-free, but some areas, such as the roof terrace, may be difficult to access for people with limited mobility. Lifts and ramps are available to facilitate access. 


Ticket Casa Milà – La Pedrera

The Barcelona City Pass gives you free entry. Show your City Pass with the QR code at the cash desk.


How to get to Casa Milà – La Pedrera by Public Transport

Casa Mila, also known as La Pedrera, is centrally located in Barcelona and easily accessible by public transport. Here are some options to reach Casa Mila by public transport: 

• Metro: The closest metro station is Diagonal (L3, green line and L5, blue line). From Diagonal station it is only a few minutes' walk to Casa Mila. 

• Bus: There are several bus lines that stop near Casa Mila. Lines 7, 22, 24, V15 and H10 are some of the buses that stop nearby. The exact stop can vary depending on the line, but Passeig de Gràcia and Avinguda Diagonal are usually the closest stops. 

• FGC (Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat de Catalunya): The FGC station Provença is also close to Casa Mila. The L6, L7, S1, S2, S5 and S55 lines run here. From Provença station it is about a 5-10 minute walk to Casa Mila. 


Address Casa Milà – La Pedrera

Passeig de Gràcia, 92
08008 Barcelona

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Discover the fascinating world of Casa Mila and immerse yourself in Antoni Gaudí's breathtaking masterpiece. Let yourself be enchanted by the unique shapes, colours and details of the modernist architecture and experience an unforgettable adventure in the heart of Barcelona. What are you waiting for? Plan your visit to Casa Mila now, secure your ticket online and prepare to immerse yourself in the world of Gaudí's visionary art!

Book your Barcelona City Pass now and get free entry to Casa Milà – La Pedrera.

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