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La Pedrera

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La Pedrera, also known as Casa Milà, is a masterpiece of architecture by Antoni Gaudí in Barcelona, Spain. It was built between 1906 and 1912 for the wealthy couple Pere Milà and Roser Segimon, who lived in the main floor and rented out the rest of the apartments. La Pedrera is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the most emblematic buildings of Gaudí’s style. It features organic shapes inspired by nature, innovative structural solutions and stunning decorative elements.

If you want to visit La Pedrera, you can buy tickets online or at the ticket office. The opening hours are from 9:00 am to 8:30 pm from Monday to Sunday, except for some special days. You can choose from different types of tours, such as La Pedrera Essential, La Pedrera Night Experience, La Pedrera Hidden or La Pedrera Sunrise. You can also enjoy various activities and exhibitions related to Gaudí, art and culture.

To get to La Pedrera, you can take the metro (lines L3 or L5), the bus (lines 7, 16, 17, 22, 24 or V17) or the train (FGC or RENFE). The address is Passeig de Gràcia, 92. You can also walk from other landmarks of the city, such as Plaça Catalunya or Casa Batlló.

Some tips for visiting La Pedrera are: book your tickets in advance to avoid queues and get discounts, wear comfortable shoes and clothes, bring a camera or a smartphone to take pictures, respect the rules and the other visitors, and have fun!

Some of the things you can see in La Pedrera are: the rooftop terrace with its amazing chimneys and views of the city, the attic with its exhibition about Gaudí’s work and techniques, the main floor with its original furniture and decoration, and the courtyard with its colorful tiles and plants.

La Pedrera is a must-see attraction for anyone who loves architecture, art and history. It is a unique example of Gaudí’s genius and creativity. Don’t miss the opportunity to discover this wonderful building!

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