Casa Milà is one of the most spectacular examples of Catalan modernism.
Also known as La Pedrera due to its stone façade, the building emerges suddenly like a big wave along the beautiful Passeig de Gracia.
A visit to this stunning structure is one of the best things to do in Barcelona.
Understanding how long to visit Casa Milà is then critical before formulating any Barcelona itinerary.
We’ll start by advising you to purchase tickets online in advance to avoid finding this vital attraction is sold out:
In all, standard admission includes a 75-minute video guide, while a shorter 40-minute option is also available.
Keep in mind that you will likely spend an additional 15 minutes snapping photos of the building’s spectacular façade. So in total, you should budget about an hour and a half for a proper visit to Casa Milà.
If you’re adding 15-20 minutes for the gift shop, it could take closer to two hours.
Given our experience though, most of this time will be spent on the lovely terrace taking pictures 😉
If you have any additional questions about how long it takes to visit La Pedrera (the nickname of Casa Milà), leave us a comment below!