Casa Mila, Barcelona
About Casa Mila, Barcelona
Casa Mila, Barcelona - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Provença, 261-265, 08008 Barcelona, Spain
Ticket Price: 21 EUR
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 09:00 am - 08:00 pm Details
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Historical Site, Family And Kids, Architecture , Heritage Building
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Constructed by Antonio Gaudi sometime between 1906 an 1912, Casa Mila is one of the best works by the celebrated artist that adorn the city of Barcelona. What makes this building special is the utilization of both stone and wrought iron. This unique twist in the medium has transformed it into one of the most beautiful buildings in the world. Quite like most other works of Gaudi you will find a contemporary and eclectic style in most areas of the building.
It isn’t surprising that this building like many others by Gaudi has been names as a World Heritage site. The unique architecture is responsible for it. The facade of the building is truly breathtaking, built in limestone it is definitely the one thing that makes this building so striking to look at.
There are various tours that enable you to explore this beautiful masterpiece of Gaudi. Except for the areas that are reserved as private spaces and offices, you can admire the work of the artist. The best way to explore the building is by taking a guide tour.
Casa Mila Information
- Guided tour is recommended to explore the building. Since this is one of the most visited attractions of the city, skip the line ticket is recommended if you want to save time!
- Online ticket booking is available
- Disable access is available.
Casa Mila Ticket Prices
- Casa Mila Ticket price mentioned is for La Pedrera by day.
- Student: 16.50 €
- Disabled: 16.50 €
- Children (six and under): free
- Children (seven to twelve): 10.25 €
- Audio guide is included in the entry fee.
- Premium, skip the line and special exhibit ticket prices are variable.
Casa Mila Opening and Closing Hours
- 27th February to 2nd October, last admission: 7.30 pm
- 3rd November to 24th December, last admission: 6 pm
- 26th December to 3rd January, last admission: 8 pm
- 4th January to 26th February, last admission: 6 pm
- Night time tours are available, check official website for the same.
How To reach Casa Mila by Public Transport
- Bus: 7,16,17, 22, 24 and V17
- Metro lines 3 and 5; station- Diagonal, FGC: Provence La Pedrera station, RENFE station Paseo de Gracia
Restaurants Near Casa Mila
- Hotel Omm
- Gallery Hotel
- Royal Passeig de Gracia
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Casa Mila, Barcelona Reviews - Write a Review
This is probably my second favorite tourist site in Barcelona. It is so fun and interesting and delightful. Book ahead for quick entry. Sit in the inside drive and enjoy the sights and sounds. Audio tour is pretty good. The art museum was weird. Not my favorite. DO NOT MISS THE ROOF! It is the best part!
Beautiful example of Gaudí architecture. The history is rich and you get some insight into how he designed his structures (eerily simple but incredible once you get it). It’s expensive, but in Barcelona there’s a certain lack of big “things” to see. This is definitely one of them. Come here, hang out on the roof, listen to the audio guide and pretend you’re a critic of architecture.
Pretty, as in the pictures. Nothing more than that. I didn't feel like a had to visit the place, to appreciate its artistic value. If you're visiting Barcelona for a few days, make sure you book your tickets in advance, nor worth waiting in a long queue.
Really interesting place to see the back story of Gaudi's architecture and design. Gives a nice over view of not just Casa Mila but also his other works around Barcelona and how they fitted in and were influenced by arts and culture at the time of their conception
Absolutely wonderful. Never thought that the Casa Mila would be so impressive. I can recommend the patio,the roof the roof storage and the historic penthouse.
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