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★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Based on 262 Reviews

★ ★ ★ ★ ★ 5-Excellent
Very informative

Informative and enlightening tour that at every turn reveals the genius of Gaudi.

2019-05-15

★ ★ ★ ★ ★ 5-Excellent
Best way to see all the sights

We bought the one day pass and did the green route first, which takes about 2 hours as we didn't jump on and off the bus, just getting idea of what and where we wanted to visit in the city. Then off bus for tapas and wine then, we did the orange route, a lot in one day, but felt we got know know about the city and relaxing in sunshine on the top of the bus was a bonus. Ear sets are comfortable to use and you learn a lot, not sure if we can remember it all!

2019-03-04

★ ★ ★ ★ ★ 5-Excellent
Great tour

Our guide Isaac was great. He made the tour fun and was very excited about his job! He was very knowledgeable and we enjoyed the tour of park Güell

2019-08-31

★ ★ ★ ★ ★ 5-Excellent
Amazing experience

We arrived in Barcelona and had not booked tickets in advance to La Sagrada Familia but went first thing in the morning to the ticket office only to find out that they were sold out until Monday, it was Saturday. We were so disappointed! After a 45 minute internet search I came upon the Dotravel site and was able to purchase a tour for that day. The tour guide was great ,he was knowledgeable and adaptable to the interests of the group, I would highly recommend this company!

2018-10-16

★ ★ ★ ★ ★ 5-Excellent
Very insightful tour!

We had a wonderful time learning about Gaudi and the history of La Sagrada Familia. Our guide was very knowledgeable and made a great experience. We even booked a few other tours with the same company afterwards!

2019-08-18

★ ★ ★ ★ ★ 5-Excellent
Sagrada is a building not a drink!

I must have got this mixed up with sangria but I tried to order it in a bar and after having a good old laugh, he told me what it was. I jumped on google, found tickets with DoTravel and bam I went to see the actual Sagrada (Familia)! If you don't know your sangria from your sagrada, I can tell you they're both great!! I'm not sure which I prefer haha!

2019-03-02


Casa Mila Tours & Tickets

Located on the famous street Passeig de Gracia, Casa Milà is a gem you cannot miss when in Barcelona!


Popularly known as La Pedrera, the building is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is Antoni Gaudi’s most iconic work. Visit the house to marvel at its stunning myths-inspired interior! With an audio guide, travel back in time and immerse yourself in the Modernist beauty!


Book your Casa Mila tickets;

Enjoy a one-of-a-kind experience in Gaudi’s legendary creation!


Nowadays, the house is full of life. During the day, it opens its doors to curious visitors. At night, Casa Mila runs exclusive magical tours. Whenever you decide to visit, you are sure to have a wonderful time of aesthetic pleasures and inspirational discoveries!


Don’t miss out on the famous landmark; reserve your tickets online in advance!

Casa Mila Inside: Highlights

Casa Mila Tickets: Tips

#PicturePerfect #Casa Pedrera

Casa Mila Barcelona: Know Before You Go

Quick Facts

City

Barcelona

Known for

Gaudi Architecture

Activity Type

Casa Mila Visit

Yearly Visitors

970.000 +

High Season

June - August

Currency Required

European Euro

Time Zone

GMT +2:00

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Casa Mila Inside: Highlights

  • Enjoy skip the line entrance to one of Gaudi’s famous modernista masterpieces! Explore the legendary house without the hustle and bustle.

  • Learn about the Pedrera Gaudi house’s history from a multilingual audio guide (included in the tour).

  • Once you have admired the awe-inspiring beauty of the Casa Mila interior, climb up to the rooftop. Get a closer look at the building’s whimsical chimneys!

  • Enjoy Barcelona’s only exhibition dedicated to the architect’s life and work at the Espai Gaudi.

  • Visit the early-20th-century apartment with authentic furniture and decorative elements designed by Gaudi!

  • Enjoy the city views from the building’s marvelous roof terrace!

Casa Mila Tickets: Tips

  • Tickets to Casa Mila sell out fast; it is one of Barcelona's most visited sights! To make sure you get to see La Pedrera inside, book tickets in advance.

  • For discounted rates, buy Casa Mila tickets online. Here, find money-saving offers and tour packages for additional sights around Barcelona.

  • Do you plan to see all the principal works by Gaudi? In this case, go for a Gaudi Masterpieces tour. Casa Milà, Casa Batlló, Sagrada Familia, Park Guell; soak in as much Modernist beauty as you can!

  • If searching for more than a guided tour, check out the spectacular La Pedrera night experience. In the mood for magical moments with shows at the house’s rooftop? Book these La Pedrera tickets, and you will have no regrets.

  • To see all Barcelona has to offer, reserve a Barcelona Card Express. Enjoy free public transport and more than 100 discounts! With the Barcelona Card, the Casa Mila tickets price decreases by 20%.

#PicturePerfect #Casa Pedrera


Are you about to visit the majestic La Pedrera Barcelona is so proud of? Great! Then it’s time to get ready for your top IG posts! Here are some unmissable spots for you to consider:

  • Outside La Pedrera, take a snap of the impressive balconies. Their iron railings resembling seaweed are already IG stars!  

  • Visit the Garden of Warriors. Climb La Pedrera’s rooftop and capture the fascinating warrior-like chimneys! 

  • Once inside the patio, look up! Take a picture of the Barcelonian skies framed by the house’s beautifully shaped walls.  

Got a winner and want to be featured? Choose your best snap from the spots listed above, post it on your IG, and tag #dotravelgram for a chance to be featured.  


Casa Mila Barcelona: Know Before You Go

  • Are you visiting Barcelona in the summer? Prepare yourself for the city’s scorching sun. Wear a hat, drink a lot of water, and apply sunscreen.

  • Beware of pickpockets! Stay alert in crowded areas or when using the metro.

  • La Pedrera is fully accessible. Services for visitors with diverse capacities include elevator access and ramps, to name a few.

FAQ

How long does a tour of Casa Mila take?

Tickets to La Pedrera include an audio guide that lasts about 1.5 hours. However, you are free to stay in the house enjoying the Casa Mila architecture for as long as you wish. Of course, within the Casa Mila hours of operation.

Is Casa Mila free?

Appreciating the monument’s breathtaking exterior is indeed free of charge. However, you will be asked to buy La Pedrera tickets to get inside the building.


In general, La Pedrera Barcelona tickets come in different types:

  • La Pedrera essential (basic ticket with an audio guide); 

  • Casa Mila premium ticket (extra benefits: open date to visit and a visual guide);

  • La Pedrera night tour (extra benefits: show on the rooftop and a glass of cava).

Is La Pedrera the same as Casa Mila?

The Casa Mila in Barcelona is indeed the same as La Pedrera.


In fact, “La Pedrera” is what the house was called by the citizens who didn’t like Casa Mila’s design. In Spanish, the name means "The Stone Quarry".

Does anyone live in Casa Mila?

Yes, the Gaudi La Pedrera remains home to some Barcelonians. These families have been living in the house’s residential apartments for more than 70 years!

How big is Casa Mila?

During the Casa La Pedrera tour, you will explore the house’s five floors and 4,500 square metres.

Should I visit Casa Mila or Casa Batllo?

Both monuments are Gaudi’s masterpieces and deserve a visit. Besides, LaPedrera and Casa Batllo are located on the same street, the famous Passeig de Gràcia!


For booking Casa Mila and Casa Batllo tickets, you have several options:

  • Buy Casa Mila Casa Batllo tickets separately.

  • Take an affordable Gaudi Masterpieces tour. Complete your experience with visits to the world-famous Sagrada Familia and the magical Park Guell!

  • Book a Barcelona Card Express. Enjoy discounts for more than 100 landmarks, including the Gaudi-designed creations!

Who owns Casa Mila?

Historically, the monument’s owner was Pere Milà Camps. He was the one who purchased the land on Passeig de Gràcia and commissioned the building to Antoni Gaudí.


Now, La Pedrera Casa Mila is owned by Fundació Catalunya La Pedrera.


If you are curious about the monument’s history, book your Casa Mila tickets. Learn more about the legendary visionary and his creations!

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