If this summer you are planning to visit Barcelona you will surely walk around Passeig de Gràcia, one of the main avenues of Barcelona. Then you will be surprised by a facade that looks like a stone sculpture.
Casa Mila (1906-1912) was built in the corner between Provença street and Passeig de Gràcia in Barcelona, the most important avenue of the early twentieth century. The most prestigious architects built there the emblematic buildings, theaters and restaurants of the time.
Roser Segimon and Pere Milà decided to buy a tower with a garden in Passeig de Gràcia to build their home. They commissioned the construction of their residence to Antoni Gaudi, the most outstanding and singular architect of his generation. La Pedrera would be hist last (civil) work.
Casa Mila is located in the center of Barcelona, 15 minutes from Plaça Catalunya. If you come by train get off at the Renfe Station of Passeig de Gràcia. If your cruise stop at the Port of Barcelona, you can take one of the buses that leave you at Paral·lel station and take the Metro L3 (green line) to the Diagonal station, which will leave you just a few meters by foot from Casa Mila (La Pedrera).
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