Casa Milà, popularly known as La Pedrera, is a unique building designed by Antoni Gaudí and built between 1906 and 1912. This UNESCO World Heritage Site was the last residential building designed by the great architect and is one of the finest examples of the legacy he left to the city of Barcelona as well as one of the most important buildings of the 20th century. With this ticket you skip the long lines outside and have more time to explore this popular building.
This visit includes four of the building's most significant areas: The rooftop, the attic, the appartments and the courtyards. The rooftop is one of Gaudí’s most groundbreaking spaces. The stairwells and magically shaped chimneys are the most eye-catching features. From here you also have a 360º view over the city. You also get to see the attic in Casa Milà La Pedrera. It houses the only exhibition dedicated to Gaudí's life and works which showcases the architect's creations through models, plans, photographs, videos and much more.
Then there is the recreation of an early-20th-century bourgeois family apartment. This gives you an insight into the way they lived, with period furniture and household equipment of the period and decorative elements designed by Gaudí. Finally, you see the courtyards which showcase Gaudí's innovations. By looking around the courtyards you also see how nature inspired the entire building in the first place.