Let’s go back to 1900 …
“Sin que la naturaleza de los materiales ni sus condiciones de resistencia sean obstáculo que limit su libertad de acción” perfectly reflects the essence of Antoni Gaudí’s work : modern, atypical and inspiring nature.
The Paseo de Gracia was the most important avenue in the city where the most prestigious architectural projects were carried out. As a result, you will find the emblematic buildings of the time.
The construction of Casa Milà was entrusted by Pere Milà and Roser Segimon to the architect Antoni Gaudí in 1905. This building is known as Casa Milà because it was the residence of the Milà family. However, also known as “La Pedrera” due to its exterior appearance that evokes nature. The construction of this building was laborious whether in terms of appearance, structures, funding or legal. The victim of numerous satires for the unique structure of La Pedrera, this building has been one of the most visited places in Barcelona since its restoration in 1996.
Surprising both day and night. You can enjoy Gaudí’s work on an evening guided tour of the building and admire the view of the city from the rooftop.
And the best way to visit Barcelona and get to the city’s highlights as quickly as possible is by bike.
Why by bike? Well, because…
-It’s not expensive
-It makes you exercise
-It allows you to fully enjoy the environment and simply Barcelona
Let yourself be guided by the wind and take a bike ride!