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One of Gaudí’s lesser known buildings, though it’s just as beautiful as the others. La Casa Milà was declared World Heritage by UNESCO in 1984, and no wonder—this massive piece of art portrays what Gaudí’s modernisme was all about. It’s home to its own foundation, museum, and a showroom with interesting programming on the first floor. Expect to spend some time here. A total of 4,500 square meters of space can be visited, spread over five floors. It’s a good idea to check out the free virtual tour from their website to make the most of your visit.
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Also, known as La Pedrera, this building was designed by Gaudi in the early 1900s and is a prime example of not just Gaudi’s famed work but of prime modernist architecture. If you’re a fan of architecture or indeed, just a fan of Gaudi, this is hands down of the best things to do in Barcelona.
Casa Mila (1906-1912) is a building designed by the architect Antoni Gaudi and commissioned by Pere Milà and Roser Segimon. The name, ‘Casa Milà’ comes from the fact that it was the new home of the Milà family. The couple occupied the main floor and rented out the other apartments. Casa Mila…
In the central Barcelona's Passeig de Gràcia, we find the Casa Milà or La Pedrera, a blend of fantasy and functionality make this architectural landmark a must-see visitor attraction. The Casa Milá was declared a Unesco World Heritage Site in 1984 and this is the culmination of Antoni Gaudí's…