We had no intention of visiting, but Gaudi's Caso Batlo down the street was closed for the day, so we walked back and stood in line for a good 45 minutes to enter. If you plan on touring, buy tickets online as those with tickets were allowed inside immediately. One good thing about the line is they wait for people to exit, insuring you will not be overcrowded inside. We went straight to the roof since it was cloudy and a sigh stated they would close the roof without refund if it rained. It was amazing, but I did resent crowds of young adults that seemed to camp out in areas while playing video games. It seemed as though they had camped there all day. It ruined picture opportunities and though there were staff in place throughout, they did nothing to move these kids along. Keep in mind there was a long line of people waiting to get in. The views from the roof were amazing of the city and the cooling breeze was welcome. Next was the attic. More of a museum and the building features were amazing. You could spend a lot of time there, reading and watching film footage of Gaudi.
Next was the furnished apartment to visit. It was a great building, but the entrance fee was high in my opinion at 16 euro without headset. Though I did spend money is worse ways while in Europe. Like 6.50 euro to enter a museum only to use the bathroom.
Casa Milla is easy to find from the metro or HOHO bus, and in an area you will want to spend some time walking around.
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