- UNESCO World Heritage Site
- Notable rooftop sculptures
- Evening light show
Casa Mila — also known as La Pedrera — was Antoni Gaudi's last civil work. Built as the private residence for Pere Mila and his wife Roser Segimon (who were inspired by Casa Batlla down the street), the building actually attracted ridicule when it was first constructed in the early 1900s. Now, it's a UNESCO World Heritage Site and icon of the Modernista movement; the roof in particular is a must see.
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Casa Mila is accessible via lines 3 and 5 at Diagonal metro station.
Provença, 261-265, 08008 Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain
- Sunday 9AM-8:30PM, 9PM-11PM
- Monday 9AM-8:30PM, 9PM-11PM
- Tuesday 9AM-8:30PM, 9PM-11PM
- Wednesday 9AM-8:30PM, 9PM-11PM
- Thursday 9AM-8:30PM, 9PM-11PM
- Friday 9AM-8:30PM, 9PM-11PM
- Saturday 9AM-8:30PM, 9PM-11PM
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