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Looking at Casa Milà from the outside, it looks like a house shaped by sea waves​. On the ground floor, there is a gate that made me wonder how someone made. Check out the best tours and activities to experience Milà House (Casa Milà). Don't miss out on great deals for things to do on your trip to Barcelona! Reserve. Casa Milà popularly known as La Pedrera or "The stone quarry", a reference to its unconventional rough-hewn appearance, is a modernist building in Barcelona​, Catalonia, In September, they commissioned Gaudí for building them a new house with the idea of living in the main floor and renting out the rest of the.

Write a review. Traveller rating. Traveller type. Time of year. Selected filters. All reviews apartment building night tour audio guide roof terrace light show gaudi masterpiece amazing building entrance fee in advance on line park guell attic chimney architecture casa tickets arches exhibition inspiration balconies shapes exterior.

Sayuri Yamamoto wrote a review 13 May. Sao Paulo, SP contributions 62 helpful votes. On the ground floor, there is a gate that made me wonder how someone made such a gate. In fact, everything there is impressive, because there are so many curves, that I wonder how everything was …. Read more. Date of experience: January Responded 2 weeks ago. We are very glad that you enjoyed your visit. We hope you can visit us in a near future. Thank you and take care,.

Shawneen21 wrote a review 11 May. Salt Lake City, Utah 93 contributions 10 helpful votes. More than meets the eye. All of the pics I've seen are of the outside of the building and the roof.

All of which is great. But it was what we saw in the attic that was impressive. I always wondered where Gaudi found inspiration and I learned it here, and more about the architect. Date of experience: February Helpful Share. We are really glad that you find it worth to visit. The route around the space is divided into seven areas, one of which is devoted entirely to La Pedrera.

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 San Diego, California 85 contributions 2 helpful votes. Enjoyed by entire family. Because of this, he was afforded lengthy periods of time resting at his summer house in Riudoms.

Here he spent a large portion of his time outdoors, allowing him to deeply study nature. In his work he followed impulses and turned creative plans into reality. His openness to embrace new styles combined with a vivid imagination helped mold new styles of architecture and consequently helped push the limits of construction. Today he is regarded as a pioneer of the modern architecture style.

He was an inconsistent student who showed flashes of brilliance. It took him eight years to graduate due to a mix of health complications, military service as well as other activities. After completion of his education he became a prolific architect as well as designing gardens, sculptures and all other decorative arts. A few weeks later he died in the hospital due to his injuries on June 10, at the age of To begin with, the name "La Pedrera" is in fact a nickname assigned by the citizens who disapproved of its unusualness.

Michael and St. Some of these two or three room apartments had a loft and were designed and furnished in a typical early s style using brick, ceramic and wood. The insurance company Northern took over the main floor in Josep Anton Comas made some emergency repairs, especially to the paintings in the courtyards, while respecting the original design. It had been painted a dreary brown and many of its interior color schemes had been abandoned or allowed to deteriorate, but it has been restored since and many of the original colors revived.

The Barcelonan city council tried to rent the main floor as an office for the Olympic bid. The floor became an exhibition room with an example of modernism in the Eixample. The building is 1, m 2 per floor on a plot of 1, m 2. He designed the house as a constant curve, both outside and inside, incorporating ruled geometry and naturalistic elements.

The resulting layout is shaped like an asymmetrical "8" because of the different shapes and sizes of the courtyards. The attic housed the laundry and drying areas, forming an insulating space for the building and simultaneously determining the levels of the roof. One of the most notable elements of the building is the roof, crowned with skylights, staircase exits, fans, and chimneys. All of these elements, constructed out of brick covered with lime, broken marble, or glass have a specific architectural function but are also real sculptures integrated into the building.

The apartments feature plastered ceilings with dynamic reliefs, handcrafted wooden doors, windows, and furniture, as well as hydraulic tiles and various ornamental elements. Therefore, there were only elevators on every other floor, so people on different floors would meet one another.

The facade connects to the internal structure of each floor by means of curved iron beams surrounding the perimeter of each floor. This construction system allows, on one hand, large openings in the facade which give light to the homes, and on the other, free structuring of the different levels, so that internal walls can be added and demolished without affecting the stability of the building.

This allows the owners to change their minds at will and to modify, without problems, the interior layout of the homes. The facade is composed of large blocks of limestone from the Garraf Massif on the first floor and from the Villefranche quarry for the higher levels. The blocks were cut to follow the plot of the projection of the model, then raised to their location and adjusted to align in a continuous curve to the pieces around them.

Viewed from the outside the building has three parts: the main body of the six-storey blocks with winding stone floors, two floors set a block back with a different curve, similar to waves, a smoother texture and whiter color, and with small holes that look like embrasures , and finally the body of the roof.

In , the tailor Mosella opened the first store in La Pedrera, and he eliminated the bars. This did not concern anyone, because in the middle of twentieth century, wrought ironwork had little importance. The tour will start at o'clock - this is before the regular opening hours of La Pedrera. Surroundings Find Hotels nearby. Opening times March - October: daily 9 - November - February: daily von 9 - Last Admission 30 minutes bevor closing time closed on January: open - La Pedrera is one of the most visited tourist attractions of Barcelona, which sometimes has longer waiting times at the checkout result.

With the pre-booked tickets , you can avoid the queues. Visitable are the roof, the museum in memory, which is typical for Burgoise middle of the modernist apartment on the fourth floor and courtyard. On the first floor there are temporary exhibitions, but an extra entry cost. A ticket for six of the most important museums. Free admission without queuing.

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Casa Milà, one of Barcelona's most famous modernistic building by Antoni Gaudí. The house is on the UNESCO World Heritage List, it is unique with its organic. Ms. Viladomiu lives in La Pedrera, the last house built by Antoni Gaudí officially called Casa Milà, became the talk of Barcelona even before it. Official website of Casa Mila, the work of Antoni Gaudí in Barcelona. Information on visits, activities, rates, discounts and events of La Pedrera.

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Time of year. Selected filters. All reviews apartment building night tour audio guide roof terrace light show gaudi masterpiece amazing building entrance fee in advance on line park guell attic chimney architecture casa tickets arches exhibition inspiration balconies shapes exterior. Sayuri Yamamoto wrote a review 13 May. Sao Paulo, SP contributions 62 helpful votes. On the ground floor, there is a gate that made me wonder how someone made such a gate.

In fact, everything there is impressive, because there are so many curves, that I wonder how everything was …. Read more. Date of experience: January Responded 2 weeks ago. We are very glad that you enjoyed your visit. We hope you can visit us in a near future. Thank you and take care,. Shawneen21 wrote a review 11 May.

Salt Lake City, Utah 93 contributions 10 helpful votes. More than meets the eye. All of the pics I've seen are of the outside of the building and the roof. All of which is great. But it was what we saw in the attic that was impressive. I always wondered where Gaudi found inspiration and I learned it here, and more about the architect.

Date of experience: February Helpful Share. We are really glad that you find it worth to visit. The route around the space is divided into seven areas, one of which is devoted entirely to La Pedrera. 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 San Diego, California 85 contributions 2 helpful votes.

Enjoyed by entire family. My husband and I were in Barcelona in and didn't make it here, so when we came back in we knew we had to go.

It definitely did not disappoint. Learn more during a sightseeing tour in English. Private or in a public group. New: Tickets directly by e-mail!

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Ms. Viladomiu lives in La Pedrera, the last house built by Antoni Gaudí officially called Casa Milà, became the talk of Barcelona even before it. Looking at Casa Milà from the outside, it looks like a house shaped by sea waves​. On the ground floor, there is a gate that made me wonder how someone made. Completed in in Barcelona, Spain. With its undulating façade and surrealist sculptural roof, Antoni Gaudi's Casa Milà appears more.

Date of experience: February Helpful Share. We are really glad that you find it worth to visit. The route around the space is divided into seven areas, one of which is devoted entirely to La Pedrera. 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 San Diego, California 85 contributions 2 helpful votes. Enjoyed by entire family.

My husband and I were in Barcelona in and didn't make it here, so when we came back in we knew we had to go. It definitely did not disappoint. Our 8 year old son also loved it. Responded 4 weeks ago. Jovana wrote a review Apr Very interesting and beautiful building, one of the most famous architectural construction. Positioned near the center. Date of experience: November We are glad that you share your positive comments about La Pedrera.

The only areas that cannot be visited are the private homes and offices that remain in the building. Anastacia DeLaPera wrote a review Apr Boise, Idaho 42 contributions 4 helpful votes. Another Gaudi Masterpiece. It was wonderful to finally get a look inside this famous building. It is a unique look at a different side of Gaudi. The real show stopper is the roof, it is gorgeous!

We had the opportunity to visit at night for a light show and then the following day. Gaudi's rooftop …. Date of experience: December Responded 5 weeks ago. Thanks for your comment. It is a total work of art. La Pedrera is the central offices and the main amenity managed by the Catalunya La Pedrera Foundation, an independent private foundation that allocates all the revenue raised by its activities to social, environmental, educational and cultural initiatives. Access is protected by a massive iron gate with a design attributed to Jujol.

It was originally used by both people and cars, as access to the garage is in the basement, now an auditorium. The two halls are fully polychrome with oil paintings on the plaster surfaces, with eclectic references to mythology and flowers. During construction there was a problem including a basement as a garage for cars, the new invention that was thrilling the bourgeois at the time.

The roof resembles both the ribs of a huge animal and a palm, giving the roof-deck a very unconventional shape similar to a landscape of hills and valleys. The shape and location of the courtyards makes the arches higher when the space is narrowed and lower when the space expands.

From these nails was dangled a chain so that the lowest point coincided with the deflection of the arch. Then the profile displayed on the wall by the chain was drawn and on this profile the carpenter marked and placed the corresponding centering, and the timbrel vault was started with three rows of plane bricks. The staircases also house the water tanks; some of which are snail-shaped. The restoration brought back the splendor to the chimneys and the skylights that were covered with fragments of marble and broken Valencia tiles.

It was restored with the bases of champagne bottles from the early twentieth century. The repair work has enabled the restoration of the original impact of the overhangs made of stone from Ulldecona with fragments of tiles. This whole set is more colorful than the facade, although here the creamy tones are dominant. This was part of the concept artwork itself integral to modernism in which the architect assumed responsibility for global issues such as the structure and the facade, as well as every detail of the decor, designing furniture and accessories such as lamps, planters, floors or ceilings.

This was another point of friction with Segimon, who complained that there was no straight wall to place her Steinway piano. Some remain in private collections, including a curtain made of oak 4 m.

It was a predecessor of some buildings with a similar biomorphic appearance:. Free exhibitions often are held on the first floor, which also provides some opportunity to see the interior design. There is a charge for entrance to the apartment on the fourth floor and the roof. The other floors are not open to visitors.

Joan Matamala thought that the model could have been St. Miquel del Fai, while the sculptor Vicente Vilarubias believed it was inspired by the cliffs Torrent Pareis in Menorca. This image is reinforced by the seeming appearance of the rooftop chimneys as "sentinels" with great helmets. Rather, it evokes bubbles of soap that are formed between the hands or the structures of a plant cell.

The building's unconventional style made it the subject of much criticism. It was given the nickname "La Pedrera", meaning "the quarry". Joan Junceda presented it as a traditional "Easter cake" by means of cartoons in Patufet. Joaquim Garcia made a joke about the difficulty of setting the damask wrought iron balconies in his magazine. In December the City Hall stopped work on the building because of a pillar which occupied part of the sidewalk, not respecting the alignment of facades.

The dispute was resolved a year and a half later, December 28, , when the Commission certified that it was a monumental building and thus not required to have a 'strict compliance' with the bylaws. Other entries in the competition included two works by Sagnier Calle Mallorca , and one on Corsica and Av.

The statue was not made although the words " Ave gratia M plena Dominus tecum " were written at the top of the facade. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The curved facade is a unique example of organic architecture. The construction of the interior was groundbreaking as well.

The house has a natural ventilation system, which makes an air conditioner unnecessary. Colors and natural, round shapes decorate the courtyards. The stairs that lead to the entrances of the apartments wind along the walls.

The attic of the house is unusually large. Not only the outstanding view over the city attracts the attention of the visitors. Rather, the chimneys, ventilation shafts and staircases do it with their imaginative colors and shapes.

Some chimneys look like medieval knights guarding the roof. To build a special house, you need a special architect. The construction of the house began in and was completed four years later.

With its many groundbreaking details, it is certainly one of the most important modernistic buildings. Surely you will agree that it is one of the most extraordinary buildings in Barcelona. Tickets should therefore be booked in advance, as the waiting time at the ticket office is usually very long. The roof with its ventilation chambers in the shape of soldiers is impressive.

The tour will start at o'clock - this is before the regular opening hours of La Pedrera. Surroundings Find Hotels nearby. Opening times March - October: daily 9 - November - February: daily von 9 - Last Admission 30 minutes bevor closing time closed on

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Ms. Viladomiu lives in La Pedrera, the last house built by Antoni Gaudí officially called Casa Milà, became the talk of Barcelona even before it. Completed in in Barcelona, Spain. With its undulating façade and surrealist sculptural roof, Antoni Gaudi's Casa Milà appears more. Looking at Casa Milà from the outside, it looks like a house shaped by sea waves​. On the ground floor, there is a gate that made me wonder how someone made.

The tour will start at o'clock - this is before the regular opening hours of La Pedrera. Surroundings Find Hotels nearby. Opening times March - October: daily 9 - November - February: daily von 9 - Last Admission 30 minutes bevor closing time closed on January: open - La Pedrera is one of the most visited tourist attractions of Barcelona, which sometimes has longer waiting times at the checkout result.

With the pre-booked tickets , you can avoid the queues. Visitable are the roof, the museum in memory, which is typical for Burgoise middle of the modernist apartment on the fourth floor and courtyard. On the first floor there are temporary exhibitions, but an extra entry cost. A ticket for six of the most important museums. Free admission without queuing. Save money: Free and discounted admission, free use of public transport.

Book a guided tour through Sagrada Familia. Inclusive tickets and admission without queuing. Discover Barcelona with the double-decker bus. Hop on and off whenever you want. Learn more during a sightseeing tour in English.

Private or in a public group. New: Tickets directly by e-mail! Book here tickets for the Camp Nou Tour. Take a look behind the scenes of Europe's largest football stadium.

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Casa Milà, one of Barcelona's most famous modernistic building by Antoni Gaudí. The house is on the UNESCO World Heritage List, it is unique with its organic. The Milà House by architect Antoni Gaudí was built in Barcelona, Spain in ​ Official website of Casa Mila, the work of Antoni Gaudí in Barcelona. Information on visits, activities, rates, discounts and events of La Pedrera.

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Openings seem dug into the undulating mass of stone from the facade and are adorned with a magnificent piece wrought iron with vegetable forms for the balconies and gates, surprising for the portals of the building, simulating climbing plants. These arches support for the side walls of the inner and outer walls and above the deck staggered. We understand the quality of this translation is not excellent and we are working to replace these with high quality human translations.

Related books. Barcelona Retro. Architecture is better explained in images Follow us on Instagram! Date of experience: February Helpful Share. We are really glad that you find it worth to visit.

The route around the space is divided into seven areas, one of which is devoted entirely to La Pedrera. 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 San Diego, California 85 contributions 2 helpful votes.

Enjoyed by entire family. My husband and I were in Barcelona in and didn't make it here, so when we came back in we knew we had to go. It definitely did not disappoint. Our 8 year old son also loved it. Responded 4 weeks ago. Jovana wrote a review Apr Very interesting and beautiful building, one of the most famous architectural construction.

Positioned near the center. Date of experience: November We are glad that you share your positive comments about La Pedrera. The only areas that cannot be visited are the private homes and offices that remain in the building. Anastacia DeLaPera wrote a review Apr Boise, Idaho 42 contributions 4 helpful votes. Another Gaudi Masterpiece. It was wonderful to finally get a look inside this famous building. It is a unique look at a different side of Gaudi.

The real show stopper is the roof, it is gorgeous! We had the opportunity to visit at night for a light show and then the following day. Gaudi's rooftop …. Date of experience: December Responded 5 weeks ago. Thanks for your comment. It is a total work of art. La Pedrera is the central offices and the main amenity managed by the Catalunya La Pedrera Foundation, an independent private foundation that allocates all the revenue raised by its activities to social, environmental, educational and cultural initiatives.

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Official website of Casa Mila, the work of Antoni Gaudí in Barcelona. Information on visits, activities, rates, discounts and events of La Pedrera. Casa Mila () is Antoni Gaudi's most iconic work of civic architecture due to both its constructional and functional innovations, as well as. Check out the best tours and activities to experience Milà House (Casa Milà). Don't miss out on great deals for things to do on your trip to Barcelona! Reserve.

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All areas of Casa Mila are wheelchair accessible with the exception of the roof terrace, because of its uneven surfaces. The different spaces are defined by dividing non-structural partitions, which provides great flexibility to modify the spaces instead of changing the partitions or deleted altogether.

On the terrace, the outputs of the stairs were surprising sculptures helical lined with marble and ceramics stuck. Chimneys reminiscent warriors covered with a helmet. The whole area is fantastic and futuristic. The marine elements are in the interior decoration: roofs with movements, carved stone columns and furniture created by Gaudi very modern.

Openings seem dug into the undulating mass of stone from the facade and are adorned with a magnificent piece wrought iron with vegetable forms for the balconies and gates, surprising for the portals of the building, simulating climbing plants. These arches support for the side walls of the inner and outer walls and above the deck staggered.

We understand the quality of this translation is not excellent and we are working to replace these with high quality human translations. Related books. Barcelona Retro.

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The Milà House by architect Antoni Gaudí was built in Barcelona, Spain in ​ Completed in in Barcelona, Spain. With its undulating façade and surrealist sculptural roof, Antoni Gaudi's Casa Milà appears more. Looking at Casa Milà from the outside, it looks like a house shaped by sea waves​. On the ground floor, there is a gate that made me wonder how someone made.

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The restoration brought back the splendor to the chimneys and the skylights that were covered with fragments of marble and broken Valencia tiles. It was restored with the bases of champagne bottles from the early twentieth century. The repair work has enabled the restoration of the original impact of the overhangs made of stone from Ulldecona with fragments of tiles. This whole set is more colorful than the facade, although here the creamy tones are dominant.

This was part of the concept artwork itself integral to modernism in which the architect assumed responsibility for global issues such as the structure and the facade, as well as every detail of the decor, designing furniture and accessories such as lamps, planters, floors or ceilings. This was another point of friction with Segimon, who complained that there was no straight wall to place her Steinway piano.

Some remain in private collections, including a curtain made of oak 4 m. It was a predecessor of some buildings with a similar biomorphic appearance:. Free exhibitions often are held on the first floor, which also provides some opportunity to see the interior design.

There is a charge for entrance to the apartment on the fourth floor and the roof. The other floors are not open to visitors. Joan Matamala thought that the model could have been St. Miquel del Fai, while the sculptor Vicente Vilarubias believed it was inspired by the cliffs Torrent Pareis in Menorca. This image is reinforced by the seeming appearance of the rooftop chimneys as "sentinels" with great helmets.

Rather, it evokes bubbles of soap that are formed between the hands or the structures of a plant cell. The building's unconventional style made it the subject of much criticism. It was given the nickname "La Pedrera", meaning "the quarry". Joan Junceda presented it as a traditional "Easter cake" by means of cartoons in Patufet. Joaquim Garcia made a joke about the difficulty of setting the damask wrought iron balconies in his magazine.

In December the City Hall stopped work on the building because of a pillar which occupied part of the sidewalk, not respecting the alignment of facades. The dispute was resolved a year and a half later, December 28, , when the Commission certified that it was a monumental building and thus not required to have a 'strict compliance' with the bylaws.

Other entries in the competition included two works by Sagnier Calle Mallorca , and one on Corsica and Av. The statue was not made although the words " Ave gratia M plena Dominus tecum " were written at the top of the facade. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. La pedrera. Retrieved Encyclopedia Britannica. Archived from the original on La Pedrera. Architecture and History.

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Casa Mila () is Antoni Gaudi's most iconic work of civic architecture due to both its constructional and functional innovations, as well as. Ms. Viladomiu lives in La Pedrera, the last house built by Antoni Gaudí officially called Casa Milà, became the talk of Barcelona even before it. Completed in in Barcelona, Spain. With its undulating façade and surrealist sculptural roof, Antoni Gaudi's Casa Milà appears more.

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All areas of Casa Mila are wheelchair accessible with the exception of the roof terrace, because of its uneven surfaces. When to Get There Casa Mila is open daily year-round from 9am to pm and from 9 to 11pm. Hours: Mon-Sun 9am - pm and 9pm - 11pm.

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This 1. Another perk: This tour is limited to 15 people. See the Espai Gaudi, a life and architecture inspiration exhibition dedicated to Gaudi. Take a look at the Espai Gaudi show Go to the roof to see the whimsical chimneys in close proximity. Skip the lines into one of the iconic buildings in Barcelona and enjoy an impressive audiovisual experience on the roof terrace. See a glass of cava for the end of your tour, light and sound projection.

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Secure your must-do activities without being locked in. Immerse yourself in the unique majesty of an experience known as the 'La Pedrera Night Experience' and meander through the iconic landmark until you reach the rooftop, upon which a mesmerizing display of projections transform the architectural features into surreal and spectacular objects. Conclude your hypnotic evening with a chilled glass of cava as you admire the glittering lights of the city by night.

Experience the best of Barcelona in a single day. End your tour with a 1-hour coastal cruise and a welcome drink on board the sailboat. Discover the best of Barcelona on this convenient City Sightseeing hop-on hop-off tour.

Choose from a 1- or 2-day pass, relax on the open-top, double-decker bus, and enjoy your own sightseeing itinerary as you travel multiple routes and learn about the landmarks via the onboard commentary. Stay aboard to enjoy degree views of the sights, and hop on and off at any of the stops at leisure to explore top Barcelona attractions such as La Sagrada Familia, the medieval Gothic Quarter, the colorful Las Ramblas and more.

See the architectural legacy of Modernist architect, Antoni Gaudi, with this half-day, guided tour through Barcelona. Stop at the ornate, colourful and unmistakably Gaudian Casa Batllo and learn how this residence came to be. At Casa Mila, take in the rounded and rough edges and iron gates. Accompanied by a knowledgeable guide, sail past the long lines at the entrance of La Sagrada Familia with a priority access pass and marvel at the inspiring interior of the famously unfinished church.

Leave Barcelona behind, and head for the medieval city of Girona and the scenic Costa Brava. This day tour through the Catalonian villages of northeastern Spain includes guided tours of Pals and Calella de Palafrugell. Take in the breathtaking Mediterranean Sea from viewpoints along the way and enjoy the intimacy of travel with a small group. Hotel pickup and drop-off are included. Get a taste for the top attractions in Barcelona during this small-group excursion covering the many highlights of the Catalan capital.

Ideal for first-time visitors who want to squeeze all the highlights into one day, traveling with a personal guide lets you maximize your time and discover parts of the city you would likely miss on your own. See the historical and natural highlights of Barcelona and its scenic surroundings on an exhilarating full-day excursion. Save money with the Barcelona Pass that grants you access to more than 20 top attractions around the popular Spanish city.

Plus, you can also upgrade to include unlimited access to the public transport system if you wish. Please note: Enjoy the extra flexibility in case your travel plans need to change: All passes are valid for one year from purchase date and only become activated with your first attraction visit.

If you wish, upgrade to a private tour. Discover Catalonia beyond Barcelona on this full-day tour to the intriguing cities of Girona and Figueres. Cover the best of Barcelona on this full-day tour. This comprehensive tour also includes skip-the-line access to three popular attractions: Sagrada Familia, Park Guell, and La Pedrera.

Enjoy a light breakfast and an Iberian ham tasting as an additional treat. Private Guided Barcelona tour: customize the tour, skip-the-lines, enjoy pickup star-5 This tour includes air-conditioned transportation, pickup from your hotel or cruise port, and the option to choose skip-the-line entry to select attractions when booking. Get personalized attention from your guide as you skip the lines at the iconic La Sagrada Familia cathedral.

Discover the iconic works of Antoni Gaudi, including the Sagrada Familia, during this half-day private tour of Barcelona. Embark on a walking tour of the architect's most important buildings including La Pedrera and Casa Batllo. Then, breeze past the infamously long lines for a private tour of the unfinished church.

A private tour lets travelers go at their own pace, making it ideal for families or elderly visitors. Stroll around the Gothic Quarter and relax with a light breakfast plus lunch Iberian ham paired with wine. Enjoy the best of Barcelona at night on an evening tour by open-top Mercedes Cabrio minibus. Admire views over the illuminated city from Montjuic Hill, watch the sound, light, and water show at the Magic Fountain, and finish with a bar stop in the popular Old Town.

Enjoy the ease of riding a smooth and speedy electric bike as your guide takes you to legendary landmarks such as La Sagrada Familia. Enjoy an intimate atmosphere and personalized attention on this small-group tour, where the number of participants is limited. Take private Barcelona tour with this easily-customized, half-day excursion led by an expert guide.

Pick the time of day and Barcelona sights that you find most interesting, as your guide helps arrange a personalized experience based on your request. Move easily through the city via vehicle and by walking with your guide. This private tour of Barcelona also includes round-trip transportation from your hotel. Frequently Asked Questions. Buy tickets in advance on Viator.

If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund. More Tours in Barcelona. Best nearby. Don Kilo Restaurant. Bella Italia. La Terraza del Claris. Casa Batllo. Passeig de Gracia. Bloody Mary Cocktail Lounge. Get to know the area.

The Sagrada Familia, as one of Barcelona's most-important landmarks, draws large crowds of visitors every day. Avoid those crowds and save time with this ticket that includes fast-track, skip-the-line admission. Once inside you'll be free to explore the cathedral at your own pace with an included audio guide. Write a review. Traveller rating. Traveller type. Time of year. Selected filters.

All reviews apartment building night tour audio guide roof terrace light show gaudi masterpiece amazing building entrance fee in advance on line park guell attic chimney architecture casa tickets arches exhibition inspiration balconies shapes exterior. Sayuri Yamamoto wrote a review 13 May.

Sao Paulo, SP contributions 62 helpful votes. On the ground floor, there is a gate that made me wonder how someone made such a gate. In fact, everything there is impressive, because there are so many curves, that I wonder how everything was …. Read more. Date of experience: January Responded 2 weeks ago. We are very glad that you enjoyed your visit. We hope you can visit us in a near future. Thank you and take care,. Shawneen21 wrote a review 11 May. Salt Lake City, Utah 93 contributions 10 helpful votes.

More than meets the eye. All of the pics I've seen are of the outside of the building and the roof. All of which is great. But it was what we saw in the attic that was impressive.

I always wondered where Gaudi found inspiration and I learned it here, and more about the architect. Date of experience: February Helpful Share. We are really glad that you find it worth to visit. The route around the space is divided into seven areas, one of which is devoted entirely to La Pedrera. 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 San Diego, California 85 contributions 2 helpful votes.

Enjoyed by entire family. My husband and I were in Barcelona in and didn't make it here, so when we came back in we knew we had to go. It definitely did not disappoint. Our 8 year old son also loved it. Responded 4 weeks ago. Jovana wrote a review Apr

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Looking at Casa Milà from the outside, it looks like a house shaped by sea waves​. On the ground floor, there is a gate that made me wonder how someone made. Completed in in Barcelona, Spain. With its undulating façade and surrealist sculptural roof, Antoni Gaudi's Casa Milà appears more. Casa Milà, one of Barcelona's most famous modernistic building by Antoni Gaudí. The house is on the UNESCO World Heritage List, it is unique with its organic.

La Pedrera is currently owned by the financial institution Caixa Catalunya that keeps open the cover and the attic where you can view an exhibition on Gaudi and his works. Some apartments are private individuals and is dedicated to the main exhibition hall of the Cultural Center Caixa Catalunya. This was the last major civil works done before Gaudi devoted entirely to works of the Sagrada Familia. It is located in downtown Barcelona, in an area 1. It has a total of five floors, plus a storage room made clear in its entirety with catenary arches and the roof, as well as two large internal courtyards and several smaller ones.

Gaudi designed a house with undulating forms and alive, alluding to the sea and vegetable motifs. The sine wave confers a unique movement to the stone facade absolutely continuous circumventing the corners, representing the sea.

Free exhibitions often are held on the first floor, which also provides some opportunity to see the interior design. There is a charge for entrance to the apartment on the fourth floor and the roof. The other floors are not open to visitors. Joan Matamala thought that the model could have been St. Miquel del Fai, while the sculptor Vicente Vilarubias believed it was inspired by the cliffs Torrent Pareis in Menorca. This image is reinforced by the seeming appearance of the rooftop chimneys as "sentinels" with great helmets.

Rather, it evokes bubbles of soap that are formed between the hands or the structures of a plant cell. The building's unconventional style made it the subject of much criticism. It was given the nickname "La Pedrera", meaning "the quarry". Joan Junceda presented it as a traditional "Easter cake" by means of cartoons in Patufet.

Joaquim Garcia made a joke about the difficulty of setting the damask wrought iron balconies in his magazine. In December the City Hall stopped work on the building because of a pillar which occupied part of the sidewalk, not respecting the alignment of facades.

The dispute was resolved a year and a half later, December 28, , when the Commission certified that it was a monumental building and thus not required to have a 'strict compliance' with the bylaws.

Other entries in the competition included two works by Sagnier Calle Mallorca , and one on Corsica and Av. The statue was not made although the words " Ave gratia M plena Dominus tecum " were written at the top of the facade. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

La pedrera. Retrieved Encyclopedia Britannica. Archived from the original on La Pedrera. Architecture and History. Spain: Caixa Catalunya.

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Visitable are the roof, the museum in memory, which is typical for Burgoise middle of the modernist apartment on the fourth floor and courtyard. On the first floor there are temporary exhibitions, but an extra entry cost. A ticket for six of the most important museums. Free admission without queuing. Save money: Free and discounted admission, free use of public transport. Book a guided tour through Sagrada Familia. Inclusive tickets and admission without queuing.

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Completed in in Barcelona, Spain. With its undulating façade and surrealist sculptural roof, Antoni Gaudi's Casa Milà appears more. Looking at Casa Milà from the outside, it looks like a house shaped by sea waves​. On the ground floor, there is a gate that made me wonder how someone made. The Milà House by architect Antoni Gaudí was built in Barcelona, Spain in ​

We were mesmerized by his The origins evening your is definitely worth doing, you meet outside before going into one of the courtyards for a talk about Gaudi and the history of the house. I think this is where the tour can be Full view. Passeig de Gracia, 92, Barcelona Spain. Getting there. Diagonal Barcelona Metro 4 min. Can Serra Barcelona Metro 5 min. Best nearby. Don Kilo Restaurant. Bella Italia. La Terraza del Claris.

Casa Batllo. Passeig de Gracia. Bloody Mary Cocktail Lounge. Get to know the area. The Sagrada Familia, as one of Barcelona's most-important landmarks, draws large crowds of visitors every day.

Avoid those crowds and save time with this ticket that includes fast-track, skip-the-line admission. Once inside you'll be free to explore the cathedral at your own pace with an included audio guide.

Write a review. Traveller rating. Traveller type. Time of year. Selected filters. All reviews apartment building night tour audio guide roof terrace light show gaudi masterpiece amazing building entrance fee in advance on line park guell attic chimney architecture casa tickets arches exhibition inspiration balconies shapes exterior.

Sayuri Yamamoto wrote a review 13 May. Sao Paulo, SP contributions 62 helpful votes. On the ground floor, there is a gate that made me wonder how someone made such a gate.

In fact, everything there is impressive, because there are so many curves, that I wonder how everything was ….

Read more. Date of experience: January Responded 2 weeks ago. We are very glad that you enjoyed your visit. We hope you can visit us in a near future. Thank you and take care,. Shawneen21 wrote a review 11 May. Salt Lake City, Utah 93 contributions 10 helpful votes. More than meets the eye. All of the pics I've seen are of the outside of the building and the roof. All of which is great. But it was what we saw in the attic that was impressive. I always wondered where Gaudi found inspiration and I learned it here, and more about the architect.

Date of experience: February Helpful Share. We are really glad that you find it worth to visit. The route around the space is divided into seven areas, one of which is devoted entirely to La Pedrera. It had been painted a dreary brown and many of its interior color schemes had been abandoned or allowed to deteriorate, but it has been restored since and many of the original colors revived.

The Barcelonan city council tried to rent the main floor as an office for the Olympic bid. The floor became an exhibition room with an example of modernism in the Eixample. The building is 1, m 2 per floor on a plot of 1, m 2. He designed the house as a constant curve, both outside and inside, incorporating ruled geometry and naturalistic elements.

The resulting layout is shaped like an asymmetrical "8" because of the different shapes and sizes of the courtyards. The attic housed the laundry and drying areas, forming an insulating space for the building and simultaneously determining the levels of the roof.

One of the most notable elements of the building is the roof, crowned with skylights, staircase exits, fans, and chimneys. All of these elements, constructed out of brick covered with lime, broken marble, or glass have a specific architectural function but are also real sculptures integrated into the building. The apartments feature plastered ceilings with dynamic reliefs, handcrafted wooden doors, windows, and furniture, as well as hydraulic tiles and various ornamental elements.

Therefore, there were only elevators on every other floor, so people on different floors would meet one another. The facade connects to the internal structure of each floor by means of curved iron beams surrounding the perimeter of each floor.

This construction system allows, on one hand, large openings in the facade which give light to the homes, and on the other, free structuring of the different levels, so that internal walls can be added and demolished without affecting the stability of the building. This allows the owners to change their minds at will and to modify, without problems, the interior layout of the homes.

The facade is composed of large blocks of limestone from the Garraf Massif on the first floor and from the Villefranche quarry for the higher levels. The blocks were cut to follow the plot of the projection of the model, then raised to their location and adjusted to align in a continuous curve to the pieces around them. Viewed from the outside the building has three parts: the main body of the six-storey blocks with winding stone floors, two floors set a block back with a different curve, similar to waves, a smoother texture and whiter color, and with small holes that look like embrasures , and finally the body of the roof.

In , the tailor Mosella opened the first store in La Pedrera, and he eliminated the bars. This did not concern anyone, because in the middle of twentieth century, wrought ironwork had little importance. The ironwork was lost until a few years later, when Americans donated one of them to the MoMa , where it is on display. With restoration initiatives launched in , the facade was rejoined to some pieces of stone that had fallen.

In order to respect the fidelity of the original, material was obtained from the Villefranche quarry, even though by then it was no longer operating. The building uses a completely original solution to solve the issue of a lobby being too closed and dark. Its open and airy courtyards provide a place of transit and are directly visible to those accessing the building.

There are two patios on the side of the Passeig de Gracia and of the street Provence. Patios, structurally, are key as supporting loads of interior facades. The floor of the courtyard is supported by pillars of cast iron. They form a point outside of the beam to two points above and below, making the function of the central girder a keystone and working in tension and compression simultaneously.

This supported structure is twelve feet in diameter and is considered "the soul of the building" with a clear resemblance to Gothic crypts. Access is protected by a massive iron gate with a design attributed to Jujol. It was originally used by both people and cars, as access to the garage is in the basement, now an auditorium. The two halls are fully polychrome with oil paintings on the plaster surfaces, with eclectic references to mythology and flowers.

During construction there was a problem including a basement as a garage for cars, the new invention that was thrilling the bourgeois at the time. The roof resembles both the ribs of a huge animal and a palm, giving the roof-deck a very unconventional shape similar to a landscape of hills and valleys. The shape and location of the courtyards makes the arches higher when the space is narrowed and lower when the space expands.

From these nails was dangled a chain so that the lowest point coincided with the deflection of the arch. Then the profile displayed on the wall by the chain was drawn and on this profile the carpenter marked and placed the corresponding centering, and the timbrel vault was started with three rows of plane bricks.

The staircases also house the water tanks; some of which are snail-shaped. The restoration brought back the splendor to the chimneys and the skylights that were covered with fragments of marble and broken Valencia tiles. It was restored with the bases of champagne bottles from the early twentieth century. The repair work has enabled the restoration of the original impact of the overhangs made of stone from Ulldecona with fragments of tiles.

This whole set is more colorful than the facade, although here the creamy tones are dominant. This was part of the concept artwork itself integral to modernism in which the architect assumed responsibility for global issues such as the structure and the facade, as well as every detail of the decor, designing furniture and accessories such as lamps, planters, floors or ceilings.

This was another point of friction with Segimon, who complained that there was no straight wall to place her Steinway piano. Some remain in private collections, including a curtain made of oak 4 m.

It was a predecessor of some buildings with a similar biomorphic appearance:. Free exhibitions often are held on the first floor, which also provides some opportunity to see the interior design. There is a charge for entrance to the apartment on the fourth floor and the roof. The other floors are not open to visitors.

Joan Matamala thought that the model could have been St.

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Ms. Viladomiu lives in La Pedrera, the last house built by Antoni Gaudí officially called Casa Milà, became the talk of Barcelona even before it. Completed in in Barcelona, Spain. With its undulating façade and surrealist sculptural roof, Antoni Gaudi's Casa Milà appears more. Official website of Casa Mila, the work of Antoni Gaudí in Barcelona. Information on visits, activities, rates, discounts and events of La Pedrera.

This was the last major civil works done before Gaudi devoted entirely to works of the Sagrada Familia. It is located in downtown Barcelona, in an area 1. It has a total of five floors, plus a storage room made clear in its entirety with catenary arches and the roof, as well as two large internal courtyards and several smaller ones.

Gaudi designed a house with undulating forms and alive, alluding to the sea and vegetable motifs. The sine wave confers a unique movement to the stone facade absolutely continuous circumventing the corners, representing the sea. The different spaces are defined by dividing non-structural partitions, which provides great flexibility to modify the spaces instead of changing the partitions or deleted altogether.

On the terrace, the outputs of the stairs were surprising sculptures helical lined with marble and ceramics stuck. The repair work has enabled the restoration of the original impact of the overhangs made of stone from Ulldecona with fragments of tiles. This whole set is more colorful than the facade, although here the creamy tones are dominant.

This was part of the concept artwork itself integral to modernism in which the architect assumed responsibility for global issues such as the structure and the facade, as well as every detail of the decor, designing furniture and accessories such as lamps, planters, floors or ceilings.

This was another point of friction with Segimon, who complained that there was no straight wall to place her Steinway piano. Some remain in private collections, including a curtain made of oak 4 m.

It was a predecessor of some buildings with a similar biomorphic appearance:. Free exhibitions often are held on the first floor, which also provides some opportunity to see the interior design. There is a charge for entrance to the apartment on the fourth floor and the roof. The other floors are not open to visitors. Joan Matamala thought that the model could have been St. Miquel del Fai, while the sculptor Vicente Vilarubias believed it was inspired by the cliffs Torrent Pareis in Menorca.

This image is reinforced by the seeming appearance of the rooftop chimneys as "sentinels" with great helmets. Rather, it evokes bubbles of soap that are formed between the hands or the structures of a plant cell. The building's unconventional style made it the subject of much criticism. It was given the nickname "La Pedrera", meaning "the quarry". Joan Junceda presented it as a traditional "Easter cake" by means of cartoons in Patufet. Joaquim Garcia made a joke about the difficulty of setting the damask wrought iron balconies in his magazine.

In December the City Hall stopped work on the building because of a pillar which occupied part of the sidewalk, not respecting the alignment of facades. The dispute was resolved a year and a half later, December 28, , when the Commission certified that it was a monumental building and thus not required to have a 'strict compliance' with the bylaws.

Other entries in the competition included two works by Sagnier Calle Mallorca , and one on Corsica and Av. The statue was not made although the words " Ave gratia M plena Dominus tecum " were written at the top of the facade.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. La pedrera. Retrieved Encyclopedia Britannica. Archived from the original on La Pedrera. Architecture and History. Spain: Caixa Catalunya. Encyclopedia of 20th-century architecture: A-F. Fitzroy Dearborn. Fodor's Barcelona, 2nd Edition. Fodor's Travel Publications. January: open - La Pedrera is one of the most visited tourist attractions of Barcelona, which sometimes has longer waiting times at the checkout result.

With the pre-booked tickets , you can avoid the queues. Visitable are the roof, the museum in memory, which is typical for Burgoise middle of the modernist apartment on the fourth floor and courtyard. On the first floor there are temporary exhibitions, but an extra entry cost. A ticket for six of the most important museums.

Free admission without queuing. Save money: Free and discounted admission, free use of public transport. Book a guided tour through Sagrada Familia. Inclusive tickets and admission without queuing. Discover Barcelona with the double-decker bus.

Hop on and off whenever you want. Learn more during a sightseeing tour in English. Private or in a public group. New: Tickets directly by e-mail! Book here tickets for the Camp Nou Tour. Take a look behind the scenes of Europe's largest football stadium.

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Top 5 Places to Grab a Drink in Barcelona. Balearic Islands. For the ultimate crowd-free experience, opt for an early-access, small-group, guided tour that gets you in before the doors open to the public.

All areas of Casa Mila are wheelchair accessible with the exception of the roof terrace, because of its uneven surfaces. When to Get There Casa Mila is open daily year-round from 9am to pm and from 9 to 11pm.

Hours: Mon-Sun 9am - pm and 9pm - 11pm. Admission Tickets 4. Sail past long lines with your priority access pass and enjoy leisurely exploration of the modernist masterpiece with an informative audio guide.

Check Availability. This 1. Another perk: This tour is limited to 15 people. See the Espai Gaudi, a life and architecture inspiration exhibition dedicated to Gaudi. Take a look at the Espai Gaudi show Go to the roof to see the whimsical chimneys in close proximity. Skip the lines into one of the iconic buildings in Barcelona and enjoy an impressive audiovisual experience on the roof terrace.

See a glass of cava for the end of your tour, light and sound projection. View More Ticket Options. What an experience! This place is beautiful. If you're into art or architecture, this is a must-see if you're in Barcelona. More Less. On top of the roof you need nice wheater, than it is beautifull.

The flat is very interssting. Nice shop. Great experience. Well worth it. Staff helpful and friendly. A must if visiting Barcelona. Would go back. Filter Close. Back Close. Time of Day Morning. Duration Up to 1 hour 2. Customer Rating star More Free Cancellation Likely to Sell Out 0. Skip-The-Line Private Tour Viator Exclusive 0. New on Viator Sort Featured. Traveler Rating. Price Low to High. Price High to Low. Duration Short to Long.

Duration Long to Short. New on Viator. Clear all. Select Dates. Up to 1 hour 2. Free Cancellation Did you know? You can reserve your spot today and pay when you're ready. Learn more. Secure your spot with ease, stay flexible, and never miss out. Sort by: Featured Featured. Secure your must-do activities without being locked in. Immerse yourself in the unique majesty of an experience known as the 'La Pedrera Night Experience' and meander through the iconic landmark until you reach the rooftop, upon which a mesmerizing display of projections transform the architectural features into surreal and spectacular objects.

Conclude your hypnotic evening with a chilled glass of cava as you admire the glittering lights of the city by night. Experience the best of Barcelona in a single day. End your tour with a 1-hour coastal cruise and a welcome drink on board the sailboat.

Discover the best of Barcelona on this convenient City Sightseeing hop-on hop-off tour. Choose from a 1- or 2-day pass, relax on the open-top, double-decker bus, and enjoy your own sightseeing itinerary as you travel multiple routes and learn about the landmarks via the onboard commentary. Stay aboard to enjoy degree views of the sights, and hop on and off at any of the stops at leisure to explore top Barcelona attractions such as La Sagrada Familia, the medieval Gothic Quarter, the colorful Las Ramblas and more.

See the architectural legacy of Modernist architect, Antoni Gaudi, with this half-day, guided tour through Barcelona. It is located in downtown Barcelona, in an area 1. It has a total of five floors, plus a storage room made clear in its entirety with catenary arches and the roof, as well as two large internal courtyards and several smaller ones. Gaudi designed a house with undulating forms and alive, alluding to the sea and vegetable motifs.

The sine wave confers a unique movement to the stone facade absolutely continuous circumventing the corners, representing the sea. The different spaces are defined by dividing non-structural partitions, which provides great flexibility to modify the spaces instead of changing the partitions or deleted altogether.

On the terrace, the outputs of the stairs were surprising sculptures helical lined with marble and ceramics stuck. Chimneys reminiscent warriors covered with a helmet. Surely you will agree that it is one of the most extraordinary buildings in Barcelona. Tickets should therefore be booked in advance, as the waiting time at the ticket office is usually very long.

The roof with its ventilation chambers in the shape of soldiers is impressive. The tour will start at o'clock - this is before the regular opening hours of La Pedrera.

Surroundings Find Hotels nearby. Opening times March - October: daily 9 - November - February: daily von 9 - Last Admission 30 minutes bevor closing time closed on January: open - La Pedrera is one of the most visited tourist attractions of Barcelona, which sometimes has longer waiting times at the checkout result.

With the pre-booked tickets , you can avoid the queues. Visitable are the roof, the museum in memory, which is typical for Burgoise middle of the modernist apartment on the fourth floor and courtyard. On the first floor there are temporary exhibitions, but an extra entry cost. A ticket for six of the most important museums. Free admission without queuing. Save money: Free and discounted admission, free use of public transport.

Book a guided tour through Sagrada Familia. Inclusive tickets and admission without queuing. Discover Barcelona with the double-decker bus. Hop on and off whenever you want.

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Casa Mila () is Antoni Gaudi's most iconic work of civic architecture due to both its constructional and functional innovations, as well as. Completed in in Barcelona, Spain. With its undulating façade and surrealist sculptural roof, Antoni Gaudi's Casa Milà appears more. Official website of Casa Mila, the work of Antoni Gaudí in Barcelona. Information on visits, activities, rates, discounts and events of La Pedrera.

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I think this is where the tour can be Full view. Passeig de Gracia, 92, Barcelona Spain. Getting there. Diagonal Barcelona Metro 4 min. Can Serra Barcelona Metro 5 min. Best nearby. Don Kilo Restaurant. Bella Italia. La Terraza del Claris. Casa Batllo. Passeig de Gracia. Bloody Mary Cocktail Lounge. Get to know the area. The Sagrada Familia, as one of Barcelona's most-important landmarks, draws large crowds of visitors every day.

Avoid those crowds and save time with this ticket that includes fast-track, skip-the-line admission. Once inside you'll be free to explore the cathedral at your own pace with an included audio guide. Write a review. Traveller rating.

Traveller type. Time of year. Selected filters. All reviews apartment building night tour audio guide roof terrace light show gaudi masterpiece amazing building entrance fee in advance on line park guell attic chimney architecture casa tickets arches exhibition inspiration balconies shapes exterior. Sayuri Yamamoto wrote a review 13 May. Sao Paulo, SP contributions 62 helpful votes.

On the ground floor, there is a gate that made me wonder how someone made such a gate. In fact, everything there is impressive, because there are so many curves, that I wonder how everything was …. Read more. Date of experience: January Responded 2 weeks ago.

We are very glad that you enjoyed your visit. We hope you can visit us in a near future. Here he spent a large portion of his time outdoors, allowing him to deeply study nature. In his work he followed impulses and turned creative plans into reality.

His openness to embrace new styles combined with a vivid imagination helped mold new styles of architecture and consequently helped push the limits of construction.

Today he is regarded as a pioneer of the modern architecture style. He was an inconsistent student who showed flashes of brilliance. It took him eight years to graduate due to a mix of health complications, military service as well as other activities.

After completion of his education he became a prolific architect as well as designing gardens, sculptures and all other decorative arts. A few weeks later he died in the hospital due to his injuries on June 10, at the age of To begin with, the name "La Pedrera" is in fact a nickname assigned by the citizens who disapproved of its unusualness.

Michael and St. Some of these two or three room apartments had a loft and were designed and furnished in a typical early s style using brick, ceramic and wood. The insurance company Northern took over the main floor in Josep Anton Comas made some emergency repairs, especially to the paintings in the courtyards, while respecting the original design. It had been painted a dreary brown and many of its interior color schemes had been abandoned or allowed to deteriorate, but it has been restored since and many of the original colors revived.

The Barcelonan city council tried to rent the main floor as an office for the Olympic bid. The floor became an exhibition room with an example of modernism in the Eixample. The building is 1, m 2 per floor on a plot of 1, m 2. He designed the house as a constant curve, both outside and inside, incorporating ruled geometry and naturalistic elements. The resulting layout is shaped like an asymmetrical "8" because of the different shapes and sizes of the courtyards.

The attic housed the laundry and drying areas, forming an insulating space for the building and simultaneously determining the levels of the roof. One of the most notable elements of the building is the roof, crowned with skylights, staircase exits, fans, and chimneys.

All of these elements, constructed out of brick covered with lime, broken marble, or glass have a specific architectural function but are also real sculptures integrated into the building.

The apartments feature plastered ceilings with dynamic reliefs, handcrafted wooden doors, windows, and furniture, as well as hydraulic tiles and various ornamental elements.

Therefore, there were only elevators on every other floor, so people on different floors would meet one another. The facade connects to the internal structure of each floor by means of curved iron beams surrounding the perimeter of each floor.

This construction system allows, on one hand, large openings in the facade which give light to the homes, and on the other, free structuring of the different levels, so that internal walls can be added and demolished without affecting the stability of the building.

This allows the owners to change their minds at will and to modify, without problems, the interior layout of the homes. The facade is composed of large blocks of limestone from the Garraf Massif on the first floor and from the Villefranche quarry for the higher levels.

The blocks were cut to follow the plot of the projection of the model, then raised to their location and adjusted to align in a continuous curve to the pieces around them. Viewed from the outside the building has three parts: the main body of the six-storey blocks with winding stone floors, two floors set a block back with a different curve, similar to waves, a smoother texture and whiter color, and with small holes that look like embrasures , and finally the body of the roof.

In , the tailor Mosella opened the first store in La Pedrera, and he eliminated the bars. This did not concern anyone, because in the middle of twentieth century, wrought ironwork had little importance. The ironwork was lost until a few years later, when Americans donated one of them to the MoMa , where it is on display. With restoration initiatives launched in , the facade was rejoined to some pieces of stone that had fallen. In order to respect the fidelity of the original, material was obtained from the Villefranche quarry, even though by then it was no longer operating.

The building uses a completely original solution to solve the issue of a lobby being too closed and dark. Its open and airy courtyards provide a place of transit and are directly visible to those accessing the building. There are two patios on the side of the Passeig de Gracia and of the street Provence.

Patios, structurally, are key as supporting loads of interior facades. The floor of the courtyard is supported by pillars of cast iron.

They form a point outside of the beam to two points above and below, making the function of the central girder a keystone and working in tension and compression simultaneously. This supported structure is twelve feet in diameter and is considered "the soul of the building" with a clear resemblance to Gothic crypts. Access is protected by a massive iron gate with a design attributed to Jujol.

It was originally used by both people and cars, as access to the garage is in the basement, now an auditorium. The two halls are fully polychrome with oil paintings on the plaster surfaces, with eclectic references to mythology and flowers. During construction there was a problem including a basement as a garage for cars, the new invention that was thrilling the bourgeois at the time. The roof resembles both the ribs of a huge animal and a palm, giving the roof-deck a very unconventional shape similar to a landscape of hills and valleys.

The shape and location of the courtyards makes the arches higher when the space is narrowed and lower when the space expands. From these nails was dangled a chain so that the lowest point coincided with the deflection of the arch.

Then the profile displayed on the wall by the chain was drawn and on this profile the carpenter marked and placed the corresponding centering, and the timbrel vault was started with three rows of plane bricks.

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Ms. Viladomiu lives in La Pedrera, the last house built by Antoni Gaudí officially called Casa Milà, became the talk of Barcelona even before it. Looking at Casa Milà from the outside, it looks like a house shaped by sea waves​. On the ground floor, there is a gate that made me wonder how someone made. Completed in in Barcelona, Spain. With its undulating façade and surrealist sculptural roof, Antoni Gaudi's Casa Milà appears more.

Opening times March - October: daily 9 - November - February: daily von 9 - Last Admission 30 minutes bevor closing time closed on January: open - La Pedrera is one of the most visited tourist attractions of Barcelona, which sometimes has longer waiting times at the checkout result.

With the pre-booked tickets , you can avoid the queues. Visitable are the roof, the museum in memory, which is typical for Burgoise middle of the modernist apartment on the fourth floor and courtyard.

On the first floor there are temporary exhibitions, but an extra entry cost. A ticket for six of the most important museums. Free admission without queuing. Save money: Free and discounted admission, free use of public transport. Book a guided tour through Sagrada Familia. Inclusive tickets and admission without queuing. Discover Barcelona with the double-decker bus.

Hop on and off whenever you want. Learn more during a sightseeing tour in English. Private or in a public group. New: Tickets directly by e-mail! Book here tickets for the Camp Nou Tour. Take a look behind the scenes of Europe's largest football stadium. This was the last major civil works done before Gaudi devoted entirely to works of the Sagrada Familia. It is located in downtown Barcelona, in an area 1. It has a total of five floors, plus a storage room made clear in its entirety with catenary arches and the roof, as well as two large internal courtyards and several smaller ones.

Gaudi designed a house with undulating forms and alive, alluding to the sea and vegetable motifs. The sine wave confers a unique movement to the stone facade absolutely continuous circumventing the corners, representing the sea.

The different spaces are defined by dividing non-structural partitions, which provides great flexibility to modify the spaces instead of changing the partitions or deleted altogether. On the terrace, the outputs of the stairs were surprising sculptures helical lined with marble and ceramics stuck. It took him eight years to graduate due to a mix of health complications, military service as well as other activities. After completion of his education he became a prolific architect as well as designing gardens, sculptures and all other decorative arts.

A few weeks later he died in the hospital due to his injuries on June 10, at the age of To begin with, the name "La Pedrera" is in fact a nickname assigned by the citizens who disapproved of its unusualness.

Michael and St. Some of these two or three room apartments had a loft and were designed and furnished in a typical early s style using brick, ceramic and wood. The insurance company Northern took over the main floor in Josep Anton Comas made some emergency repairs, especially to the paintings in the courtyards, while respecting the original design.

It had been painted a dreary brown and many of its interior color schemes had been abandoned or allowed to deteriorate, but it has been restored since and many of the original colors revived.

The Barcelonan city council tried to rent the main floor as an office for the Olympic bid. The floor became an exhibition room with an example of modernism in the Eixample. The building is 1, m 2 per floor on a plot of 1, m 2. He designed the house as a constant curve, both outside and inside, incorporating ruled geometry and naturalistic elements.

The resulting layout is shaped like an asymmetrical "8" because of the different shapes and sizes of the courtyards. The attic housed the laundry and drying areas, forming an insulating space for the building and simultaneously determining the levels of the roof. One of the most notable elements of the building is the roof, crowned with skylights, staircase exits, fans, and chimneys.

All of these elements, constructed out of brick covered with lime, broken marble, or glass have a specific architectural function but are also real sculptures integrated into the building. The apartments feature plastered ceilings with dynamic reliefs, handcrafted wooden doors, windows, and furniture, as well as hydraulic tiles and various ornamental elements. Therefore, there were only elevators on every other floor, so people on different floors would meet one another.

The facade connects to the internal structure of each floor by means of curved iron beams surrounding the perimeter of each floor. This construction system allows, on one hand, large openings in the facade which give light to the homes, and on the other, free structuring of the different levels, so that internal walls can be added and demolished without affecting the stability of the building.

This allows the owners to change their minds at will and to modify, without problems, the interior layout of the homes. The facade is composed of large blocks of limestone from the Garraf Massif on the first floor and from the Villefranche quarry for the higher levels. The blocks were cut to follow the plot of the projection of the model, then raised to their location and adjusted to align in a continuous curve to the pieces around them.

Viewed from the outside the building has three parts: the main body of the six-storey blocks with winding stone floors, two floors set a block back with a different curve, similar to waves, a smoother texture and whiter color, and with small holes that look like embrasures , and finally the body of the roof. In , the tailor Mosella opened the first store in La Pedrera, and he eliminated the bars. This did not concern anyone, because in the middle of twentieth century, wrought ironwork had little importance.

The ironwork was lost until a few years later, when Americans donated one of them to the MoMa , where it is on display. With restoration initiatives launched in , the facade was rejoined to some pieces of stone that had fallen.

In order to respect the fidelity of the original, material was obtained from the Villefranche quarry, even though by then it was no longer operating. The building uses a completely original solution to solve the issue of a lobby being too closed and dark. Its open and airy courtyards provide a place of transit and are directly visible to those accessing the building. There are two patios on the side of the Passeig de Gracia and of the street Provence.

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Casa Milà, one of Barcelona's most famous modernistic building by Antoni Gaudí. The house is on the UNESCO World Heritage List, it is unique with its organic. The Milà House by architect Antoni Gaudí was built in Barcelona, Spain in ​ Official website of Casa Mila, the work of Antoni Gaudí in Barcelona. Information on visits, activities, rates, discounts and events of La Pedrera.

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All areas of Casa Mila are wheelchair accessible with the exception of the roof terrace, because of its uneven surfaces. When to Get There Casa Mila is open daily year-round from 9am to pm and from 9 to 11pm. Hours: Mon-Sun 9am - pm and 9pm - 11pm. Admission Tickets 4. Sail past long lines with your priority access pass and enjoy leisurely exploration of the modernist masterpiece with an informative audio guide. Check Availability. This 1. Another perk: This tour is limited to 15 people.

See the Espai Gaudi, a life and architecture inspiration exhibition dedicated to Gaudi. Take a look at the Espai Gaudi show Go to the roof to see the whimsical chimneys in close proximity. Skip the lines into one of the iconic buildings in Barcelona and enjoy an impressive audiovisual experience on the roof terrace. See a glass of cava for the end of your tour, light and sound projection.

View More Ticket Options. What an experience! This place is beautiful. If you're into art or architecture, this is a must-see if you're in Barcelona. More Less. On top of the roof you need nice wheater, than it is beautifull.

The flat is very interssting. Nice shop. Great experience. Well worth it. Staff helpful and friendly. A must if visiting Barcelona. Would go back. Filter Close. Back Close. Time of Day Morning. Duration Up to 1 hour 2. Customer Rating star More Free Cancellation Likely to Sell Out 0. Skip-The-Line Private Tour Viator Exclusive 0.

New on Viator Sort Featured. Traveler Rating. Price Low to High. Price High to Low. Duration Short to Long. Duration Long to Short. New on Viator. Clear all. Select Dates. Up to 1 hour 2. Free Cancellation Did you know? You can reserve your spot today and pay when you're ready. Learn more. Secure your spot with ease, stay flexible, and never miss out.

Sort by: Featured Featured. Secure your must-do activities without being locked in. Immerse yourself in the unique majesty of an experience known as the 'La Pedrera Night Experience' and meander through the iconic landmark until you reach the rooftop, upon which a mesmerizing display of projections transform the architectural features into surreal and spectacular objects.

Conclude your hypnotic evening with a chilled glass of cava as you admire the glittering lights of the city by night. Experience the best of Barcelona in a single day. End your tour with a 1-hour coastal cruise and a welcome drink on board the sailboat.

Discover the best of Barcelona on this convenient City Sightseeing hop-on hop-off tour. Choose from a 1- or 2-day pass, relax on the open-top, double-decker bus, and enjoy your own sightseeing itinerary as you travel multiple routes and learn about the landmarks via the onboard commentary.

Stay aboard to enjoy degree views of the sights, and hop on and off at any of the stops at leisure to explore top Barcelona attractions such as La Sagrada Familia, the medieval Gothic Quarter, the colorful Las Ramblas and more. See the architectural legacy of Modernist architect, Antoni Gaudi, with this half-day, guided tour through Barcelona.

Stop at the ornate, colourful and unmistakably Gaudian Casa Batllo and learn how this residence came to be. At Casa Mila, take in the rounded and rough edges and iron gates. Accompanied by a knowledgeable guide, sail past the long lines at the entrance of La Sagrada Familia with a priority access pass and marvel at the inspiring interior of the famously unfinished church.

La Pedrera is currently owned by the financial institution Caixa Catalunya that keeps open the cover and the attic where you can view an exhibition on Gaudi and his works. Some apartments are private individuals and is dedicated to the main exhibition hall of the Cultural Center Caixa Catalunya. This was the last major civil works done before Gaudi devoted entirely to works of the Sagrada Familia.

It is located in downtown Barcelona, in an area 1. It has a total of five floors, plus a storage room made clear in its entirety with catenary arches and the roof, as well as two large internal courtyards and several smaller ones. Gaudi designed a house with undulating forms and alive, alluding to the sea and vegetable motifs.

The sine wave confers a unique movement to the stone facade absolutely continuous circumventing the corners, representing the sea. La Terraza del Claris. Casa Batllo. Passeig de Gracia. Bloody Mary Cocktail Lounge. Get to know the area. The Sagrada Familia, as one of Barcelona's most-important landmarks, draws large crowds of visitors every day. Avoid those crowds and save time with this ticket that includes fast-track, skip-the-line admission.

Once inside you'll be free to explore the cathedral at your own pace with an included audio guide. Write a review.

Traveller rating. Traveller type. Time of year. Selected filters. All reviews apartment building night tour audio guide roof terrace light show gaudi masterpiece amazing building entrance fee in advance on line park guell attic chimney architecture casa tickets arches exhibition inspiration balconies shapes exterior.

Sayuri Yamamoto wrote a review 13 May. Sao Paulo, SP contributions 62 helpful votes. On the ground floor, there is a gate that made me wonder how someone made such a gate. In fact, everything there is impressive, because there are so many curves, that I wonder how everything was …. Read more. Date of experience: January Responded 2 weeks ago. We are very glad that you enjoyed your visit. We hope you can visit us in a near future. Thank you and take care,.

Shawneen21 wrote a review 11 May. Salt Lake City, Utah 93 contributions 10 helpful votes. More than meets the eye. All of the pics I've seen are of the outside of the building and the roof.

All of which is great. But it was what we saw in the attic that was impressive.

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