La Pedrera After Hours

Dreta de l'Eixample
Private Tour

By doing Made for Spain’s private evening tour of La Pedrera, guests get to experience one of Gaudi’s most famous modernist buildings without the crowds. Visitors will truly see how residents lived in the building 100 years ago and learn how the architect used technological innovation to create geometrical spaces inspired by nature. A highlight of the tour includes taking in the views of La Sagrada Familia and the Barcelona skyline from the roof of the building. The visit ends with a celebratory glass of cava. From $1,391 for two.

La Pedrera After Hours
Provença, 261-265Barcelona, Spain
34-9/1448-7275

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