The Scoopettes head over to one of Barcelona’s most important monuments, Casa Milà also known as La Pedrera. Come take a look around this amazing building.
I loved visiting the free museum that you mention! Excellent exhibits with lots of information! Really worth a look, especially if you have a bit of time!
Thanks Regina for this video. Visiting Gaudi’s distinctive Art Nouveau La Pedrera “knocked by socks off”. It was inspiring to tour the apartment, the exhibit of Gaudi’s work, and to walk the roof. The gift shop had children’s books on Gaudi in different languages, so I was able to bring back the book in English, Spanish and Italian for the grandchildren. Immersing myself in the wonderland of Gaudi’s architecture – Park Guell, Casa Batllo, and La Sagrada Familia was one of the many wonderful treats of Barcelona.
And it’s free, which in Barcelona is a good price!
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