Visit the last private residence built by Spain's renowned architect Antoni Gaudí.
A block further is Casa Milà, commonly known as La Pedrera, Gaudí's quintessential Catalan Art Nouveau apartment building. Its soft, drooping façade is instantly recognizable. The roller coaster of a tiled roof is dotted with mushroom-shaped chimneys and offers a captivating 360-degree view of the city. La Pedrera is devoted to Gaudí's life, his work, and his contribution to the identity of Barcelona, and is part of UNESCO's list of World Heritage Sites. Don't miss the tour of an apartment adorned in period style. Be prepared to spend a few hours here.
Photo courtesy of La Pedrera