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How to reach La Pedrera – directions to reach by Bus, Metro, Walk

La Pedrera, Barcelona

Your holiday in Barcelona can’t be complete without seeing La Pedrera.

La Pedrera is Antoni Gaudi’s modernist masterpiece built between 1906-12. It attracts more than a million visitors every year.

Regarded as one of the major tourist attractions in Barcelona, La Pedrera is an example of organic architecture.

Starting from the wavy La Pedrera roof to the stunningly beautiful La Pedrera interiors, this building will wow you from the word go.

Location of La Pedrera

La Pedrera Casa Mila is in Passeig de Gràcia 92 and has direct access from all the central locations in Barcelona.

This area is a tourist hotbed as numerous Barcelona attractions are scattered all over.

La Pedrera / Casa Mila is in the district of Eixample, Barcelona. Get Directions

FAQs on La Pedrera
1. Is La Pedrera worth it?
2. Best time to visit La Pedrera
3. Casa Mila opening hours
4. What is La Pedrera Night show?

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How to reach La Pedrera

If you are staying in a different part of the city, the nearest metro station to La Pedrera is Diagonal. You must take Green Line L3 or Blue Line L5.

Buses numbered 7,16,17, 22, 24 and V17 can take you to La Pedrera. You must get down at Passeig de Gracia bus stop.

If you are already at Casa Batllo, just cross the street, face the sea and walk for about 5 minutes. The downhill walk on Passeig de Gracia will bring you to La Pedrera.

Due to time and budget constraints some prefer visiting only one of these two – Casa Mila or Casa Batllo. Check out our recommendation on which is better – Casa Mila or Casa Batllo.

If you just finished visiting Sagrada Familia, a 20-minute walk can get you to Casa Mila. It is 1.4 Kms (0.85 Miles) away from Gaudi’s church. The next best way is to take a cab and travel the distance in ten minutes.

Park Guell is a bit far from La Pedrera – a travel time of 30 minutes on bus number 24.

If you are in the Placa Catalunya (also known as Plaza de Cataluna), a 20-minute can get you to Casa Mila. Just face the sea and start walking downhill.

If you are traveling by the Barcelona City Tour “hop on hop off” sightseeing bus, ask for “La Pedrera” bus stop.

Booking La Pedrera tickets online is cheaper than buying them at the venue. At the venue you pay 3 Euros extra per ticket as Ticketing Window Surcharge. If you buy online tickets, you skip the line as well.

Buy Tickets‘Skip The Line’ La Pedrera tickets

This is the most popular daytime La Pedrera ticket.

Buy TicketsLa Pedrera ‘night show’ tickets

For an amazing audio-video show on La Pedrera, book this ticket. 

Recommended Reading
1. Casa Batllo and La Pedrera online tickets
2. La Pedrera facts
3. Casa Mila tickets – price, discounts
4. Casa Batllo or La Pedrera

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