La Pedrera

La Pedrera as you’ve never seen it before

A guided tour around Gaudí’s emblematic building on Passeig de Gràcia, visiting spaces that are not normally open to the public.

Casa Milà, which is better known as La Pedrera, is one of Barcelona’s most famous buildings, and one of Gaudí’s greatest architectural creations. Inside and out, it’s a distillation of the essence of Catalan modernism and a prodigious example of the wealth of the human imagination. But even those who think that they know all about La Pedrera have probably never visited the spaces that are usually closed to the public. That’s going to change now with a schedule of specially priced guided visits every Saturday at 12.15pm.

These one-and-a-half hour guided visits to La Pedrera offer you the chance to explore little-known aspects of the building, including the basement garage that was used at the beginning of the 20th century and the lifts that helped its residents to reach the upper floors. Many of the buildings rooms hide secrets and are able to tell some surprising stories. So, don’t miss this opportunity to visit La Pedrera in a new way.

Additional information and tickets sales are available from the La Pedrera website.

Publication date: Thursday, 06 April 2017
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