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La Pedrera-Casa Milà Skip the Line Admission Ticket with Audioguide
$14.43 per adult
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La Pedrera Night Experience: Visit + Audiovisual Display on the Roof Terrace
$40.89 per adult
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Go Barcelona All-Inclusive Pass: Entry to Over 20 Attractions
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$24.05 per adult
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Sagrada Familia & Gaudí Private Tour - Skip the Line Tickets
$95.02 per adult
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La Pedrera Early Access Small-Group Tour
$46.91 per adult
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Fast Track Sagrada Familia Guided Tour
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Fast Track Sagrada Familia Guided Tour

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Exploring La Sagrada Familia without a guide means you may miss out on the UNESCO World Heritage Site's hidden details and secret symbols. Make the most of Antoni Gaudí’s masterpiece and beat lines often in excess of three hours on a skip-the-line tour. A choice of entry times allows you to be flexible with your vacation schedule: Opt for the earliest time slot for a less-crowded experience at the Barcelona icon.
$57.53 per adult
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Mairwen1 wrote a review Aug 12
Sydney, Australia2,086 contributions403 helpful votes
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So many Gaudis, so little time. Unless you have unlimited time, most people have to bite the bullet and narrow down which of Gaudi’s incredible works to visit. This was our first trip to Barcelona and we decided to get tickets for Parc Guell and Sagrada Familia and see Casa Mila
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Response from Xavier_Bas, Director General at Casa Milà - La Pedrera
Responded 2 days ago
Thanks for taking the time to share your opinion about Casa Milà. The next time you come to Barcelona don’t miss this building, as you will be able to appreciate every area and detail of the last civil work of Gaudí, and also to understand and gain a deep knowledge of the work of the architect. For future visits we recommend you to buy your tickets online on the official website of La Pedrera. With the online ticket you will avoid queuing and processing fees. A total of 4,500 m2 can be visited, spread over five floors: Butterfly and Flower Courtyard, Whale Attic (Gaudí Exhibition), Tenants’ Apartment, Warrior Rooftop and the Milà Family’s Apartment (Art Exhibition). The only areas that cannot be visited are the private homes and offices that remain in the building. Sincerely,
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William_Awa wrote a review Jul 2020
London, United Kingdom7 contributions22 helpful votes
My partner and I enjoyed this experience especially with the audio that allows you to learn more about Gaudi and his creations. Casa Mila itself was interesting to see up and close!
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Response from Xavier_Bas, Director General at Casa Milà - La Pedrera
Responded 2 weeks ago
Thanks for your recommendation, William. A visit to La Pedrera Essential includes an audio guide, which provides information to the visitor about the visitable areas and the main features of the building and the architect Antoni Gaudí. Now that you have seen it with light we encourage you to discover it with the magic of dark, doing the night-time experience “La Pedrera Night Experience”, where you will be able to see multiple projections in the badalots as well as good views to Passeig de Gràcia. Thank you for taking the time to comment about Casa Milà. Sincerely,
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Retired_Gentleman wrote a review Jul 2020
Southampton, United Kingdom247 contributions106 helpful votes
We found this building to be the most disappointing of the Barcelona sights that we visited. I didn’t find anything attractive about the outside of the building. Essentially we paid our money, got the audio guide, took a lift up to the roof, which was pretty small and very
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Response from Xavier_Bas, Director General at Casa Milà - La Pedrera
Responded 3 weeks ago
We regret that the visit to Casa Milà has not lived up your expectations. We want to inform you that La Pedrera is the only exhibition space in Barcelona devoted to all Gaudí’s work. In total you can visit 4,500 m2 divided between five floors of the building, including the Warrior Rooftop, the Whale Attic, The Tenants’ Apartment, the Flower and the Butterfly Courtyards and the Milà Family’s Apartment (former residence of the Milà family and now a temporary Exhibition Hall). About the crowds, we want to inform you that we are prepared with all the necessary security measures to ensure that you can enjoy the visit with maximum safety. We have reduced the capacity of the building to avoid crowds and ensure a safe distance between people, and with the installation of plastic screens in places where necessary. You can check all the security measures in the official website of La Pedrera. Sincerely,
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rdfone wrote a review Jul 2020
41 contributions10 helpful votes
I liked this better than Casa Batillo but still found it kind of interesting and boring at the same time. You only need to go to one of these (either Batillo or Mila). Seems kind of repetitive and boring to go to both. No line in February.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Response from Xavier_Bas, Director General at Casa Milà - La Pedrera
Responded Jul 2, 2020
Dear visitor, thanks for your comments, we’re glad that you enjoyed your experience at Casa Milà. La Pedrera is the only exhibition space in Barcelona devoted to all Gaudí’s work. In total you can visit 4,500 m2 divided between five floors of the building, including the Warrior Rooftop, the Whale Attic, The Tenants’ Apartment, the Flower and the Butterfly Courtyards and the Milà Family’s Apartment (former residence of the Milà family and now a temporary Exhibition Hall). Thanks for your ratings.
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Finds_posts wrote a review Jun 2020
Jakarta, Indonesia151 contributions21 helpful votes
Casa Mila is beautiful, one of my favourite architecture in Barcelona. It is very worth checking out. The view from the top is gorgeous
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Date of experience: June 2020
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Response from Xavier_Bas, Director General at Casa Milà - La Pedrera
Responded Jun 16, 2020
Thanks for your comment! La Pedrera is the culmination of Antoni Gaudí’s work, as it is the building in which he concentrated all his knowledge of form in its purest and most coherent state. It is a total work of art. We hope to see you again in La Pedrera- Casa Milà! Kind regards
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