If we are in Barcelona, an excellent option for a walking is to know the Casa Batlló and La Milà or as it is also known, La Pedrera. Both are in the Ensanche district of Barcelona, as well as the two are the work of the famous architect Antonio Gaudi, maximum representative of Catalan modernism.
The two are also very close to each other but it is important to buy the tickets before (like almost everything in Barcelona). Whatever the visit option, youwill expend no less than 22€ per person at Casa Milà and no less than 23.50€ at Casa Battló.
Now some interesting facts about the two houses
The Casa Batlló
It is located at number 43 of Paseo de Gracia in Barcelona, in the so-called Manzana de la discordia, because it houses in addition to this building other works by famous architects.
Construction took place between 1904 and 1906.
The Casa Batlló is an example of Gaudí’s artistic fullness: it belongs to his naturalistic stage in which the architect perfects his personal style, drawing inspiration from the organic forms of nature, for which he put into practice a whole series of new structural solutions originated in the deep analysis carried out by Gaudí of the regulated geometry.
I leave here the link of the official page of the house Batllo
The Casa Milà
Casa Milà, popularly called La Pedrera is also a modernist building built between 1906 and 1910 and is at number 92 Paseo de Gracia.
Since its opening to the public in 1987, it has received more than 20 million visits (one million every year), making it one of the ten most visited places in Barcelona.
La Pedrera is today a beacon that radiates creation and knowledge, a great continent full of content, with a key role in the transformation of society and commitment to its people.