Get the best price combining the visit to two monuments in one day. They are located on opposite sides of the city but you will travel to their doors on a comfortable bus! Enjoy fast-track entrance to Park Güell and La Pedrera and avoid the crowds by going in the morning, when there are normally fewer people.
You cannot say you know Gaudí’s architecture until you have visited the only park designed by Gaudí in Barcelona; Park Güell, and one of his apartment buildings, La Pedrera. During the visit, you will have fast-track entrance and a guided visit around both of these masterpieces.
Park Güell is a demonstration of how far ahead of his time Gaudí was. The now-familiar mixture of highly advanced technical engineering and fantasy decoration is epitomized by the famous mosaic dragon or salamander, which is also an overflow for the underground water cistern, and the curved mosaic bench around the square which is at once a seat, a balcony and a wonderful piece of art. The park was listed as World Heritage by UNESCO in 1984.
La Pedrera (the Quarry) Casa Milà is a residential building built by Gaudí for the Milà family and finished in 1911. Its sculptured form has made it a reference piece and it has been declared World Heritage by UNESCO. The roof terrace with its famous chimney stacks can be visited and it will be the first during your visit. In the attic, there is an exhibition called Espai Gaudí which has models and technical explanations of his buildings. Also, one apartment has been restored and fully furnished in its original style, an example of how upper-class people lived at the beginning of the 20th century.