La Pedrera (Casa Mila) a Modernist Building in Barcelona
Casa Mila or also known as La Pedrera or is a modernist building in Barcelona, Spain. Several structural innovations include a self-supporting stone façade, and an free-plan floor, underground garage and the spectacular on the roof-terrace. UNESCO declared it as World Heritage Site in 1984. Here are some quick facts and figure about the building below.
Why is the La Pedrera famous for?
|Opening Hours:||9am to 8.30pm|
|Architect||Antoni Gaudí, Josep Maria Jujol|
|Land Area||4,000 m2|
|Address||Provença, 261-265, 08008 Barcelona, Spain|
How to Get There?
Best Time to visit La Pedrera?
This place is open all the year, you may visit it any time all around the year. Although if you don’t want face a huge crowd than come in the morning from 9 to 10 Am, or in afternoon after 4Pm. That’s the time when this building is least crowded.
What To See at Casa Mila La Pedrera ?
Entry Fees of the La Pedrera
There is an entry fees for entering inside the building. The fees vary with starting from $25 to $47. There are also special discount rates for students, disables, and old age. You may buy the ticket online, for more detail visit the official site of La Pedrera.
Where to Stay At La Pedrera
- H10 Metropolitan
- BH10 Casa Mimosa
- Monument Hotel
- Gallery Hotel
- Hotel Omm
- Hotel Royal Passeig de Gracia
- Condes De Barcelona
- Sixtytwo Hotel