• Natasha Vaswani


When you visit #barcelona, #lapredrera is one of the most famous attractions. La Pedrera also called Casa Mila was designed by #antoniogaudi from 1906 to 1912. Once you visit it you realize that it lives up to its name as it is this fascinating house of uniquely carved and placed stones.

Below you can see a miniature of the entire Casa Mila or House for the Mila Family, placed at the entrance. Every time I notice a particular stone carving with faces and abstract shapes and figures I get so fascinated.

On the ground floor, one feels as if they have entered a pretty hotel as they have tried to maintain its authenticity with a touch of modernism. This veranda after the entrance has gift and fashion stored lined-up while people are being assisted with multi-lingual headphones to explain its history.

What took my breath away was the terrace that had an amazing view of Passeig de Gracia and somewhat formed according to me a snake passage which we have complete access to:

If you would like to visit La Pedrera, you can refer to the contact details below:

Calle Provença, 261-265, 08008 Barcelona, Spain

+34 902 20 21 38