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fascinating example of Gaudi's unique architecture

No line. head phones the way to go. fabulous must-see Gaudi building. ticket process very efficient with date and time selection as well.


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Sehr gute Führung mit spannenden und interessanten Informationen. Georgina hat das super gemacht.


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Awesome tour and guide. highly recommend.


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I would highly recomment this tour, ti was very exciting and unique. The guide was great, very knowledgeable.


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Visited park Guell with my family and definitely recommend to take a visit there. I bought Parque Guell tickets from this website, easy and helpful staff member.


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Sagrada Familia Tours & Tickets

Designed by “God’s Architect,” the Sagrada Família is the most iconic building in Barcelona. Even the hardened local has to fight not to raise their gaze and marvel at its ornate facade and towers. Standing tall in the elegant district of Eixample, the colossal basilica blends the traditions of both Gothic and Byzantine cathedrals. Although unfinished, the raw magnetism of the structure is undeniable. Yes, the Sagrada Familia is a tourist mecca and the most visited attraction in Barcelona, but it’s definitely not somewhere you want to skip past unless of course, you plan to buy skip the line Sagrada Familia tickets to jump the queue. Complete your Barcelona experience by guaranteeing your reservation to the Basilica of the Sagrada Familia. Tickets sell out fast, don’t be the one to miss out.

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One of the best things about the Sagrada Familia is that it only gets better when you head inside. Here, the full extent of Gaudi’s brilliance, artistry, and commitment to faith and nature come to life on a Barcelona Sagrada Familia tour. The Sagrada Familia is the most visited Barcelona landmark and crowds are inevitable. Naturally, getting into the iconic Cathedral is a must for a complete Barcelona experience. But, because of just how popular the attraction is, it's always advisable to book your Sagrada Familia tickets in advance. 

Tour of Sagrada Familia: Highlights

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Known For

Gaudí Architecture

Activity Type

Sagrada Familia Visit

Yearly Visitors

4.5 Million +

High Season

July & August

Currency Required

European Euro

Time Zone

GMT +2:00

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Tour of Sagrada Familia: Highlights

  • With your Sagrada Familia audio guide, discover the significance of the interior columns that stretch up to the ceiling and branch out like forest trees to support the structure. 
  • Reflect on Gaudi’s belief that nature and spirituality go hand in hand - that you can never be closer to God than in nature. A self-guided Sagrada Familia tour allows you to quietly lose yourself in this transcendent space.  
  • With your Gaudi Barcelona tickets, gain further insight into the way in which Gaudi designed how the light would enter the nave of the basilica. The beautiful patterns and colors that reflect off of the walls and ceilings, coming from thoughtfully placed windows, accentuate a sense of harmony and invite introspection.
  • Your Sagrada Familia guided tour brings to light the details of Gaudi’s cathedral, explaining the intricate methods in which the stained glass windows were made and the meanings behind them. 

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When most people think of Barcelona, the Sagrada Familia springs to mind. This is an iconic image all around the world. Take in all the awe-inspiring beauty on one of the best Sagrada Familia tours; make the moment last forever. Here are some ideas for the best shots for that preserving your memorable moment: 

  • Nativity façade from Plaça de Gaudí: The best angle for the “big picture” is from the square opposite, as you can see the legendary Basilica rising above (and reflected in) the lake below. 
  • Passion & Death: The haunting Golgotha scene by Josep Maria Subirachs. 
  • Tortoise at the base of the column: Look at the bottom of the two main columns before you and you will see a tortoise and a turtle. Together they represent land and sea. In the same way as stone freezes time, so will your photo capture these carved animals forever. 

Got a winner? Choose your best snap from one of the three most instagrammable spots listed above, post it on your IG, and tag #dotravelgram to be featured. 

Sagrada Familia Tickets Buying Tips

  • Visit the Sagrada Familia midweek or in the mornings before the crowds have descended. 
  • Avoid the long lines when you book Sagrada Familia in advance. 
  • Remember, when you reserve your general entrance Sagrada Familia basilica tickets, you must enter through the Nativity façade and exit through the Passion façade.
  • Book your Gaudi cathedral tickets for a sunny day so that there is plenty of light shining through Gaudi’s masterpiece work. 
  • Sagrada Familia fast track tickets are your best bet to save time, allowing you priority access so you see more while on your tour of Sagrada Familia. Looking for a more personalized experience? You can enjoy your own Sagrada Familia private tour. 
  • If you’re afraid of heights, think twice about the Sagrada Familia tower tour, and stay on the ground inside the basilica instead. 
  • Save money with a combination ticket: Park Güell and Sagrada Familia tickets, or book the Gaudi Tour by bike. Alternatively, if you plan on visiting many landmarks around the city, buy your multipass Barcelona Card
  • You have a specific entry time slot for the basilica, so be on time, otherwise, you won't get in!

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  • There are plenty of cafes and restaurants to enjoy a tasty bite near the Sagrada Familia church Barcelona boasts. If you want to stop off before or after your visit for a refreshment and a snack, Barcelona cheap eats are there to save the day! While on one of the Sagrada Familia tours, ask your expert guide to offer up some tips on where to go for the best tasty treats after the tour. 
  • The Sagrada Familia is wheelchair accessible, however, because the site is under construction, we recommend wheelchair users to visit with a companion.
  • Dress appropriately: you are visiting a religious landmark, bare shoulders and skirts/shorts above the knee are not recommended.
  • Allow up to 25 minutes to get through the security check (obligatory for all visitors).


What are the Sagrada Familia opening times?

The Sagrada Familia hours are as follows: 9 am - 8 pm during the peak tourist months, April to September. 9 am to 7 pm in October. 9 am to 6 pm from November to February. December 25, 26 and January 1 and 6 the Sagrada Familia is open between 9 am and 2 pm.

Where do I book tickets for Sagrada Familia?

Purchasing Sagrada Familia Cathedral tickets including a climb the towers option can be done directly through the ticket office outside of the site’s main entrance. However, be aware that there are often long queues. Wait times in the summer can be more than 2 hours and on top of that, you may have to wait even longer until your access time. We highly recommend buying the Gaudi cathedral tickets online to avoid long queues. If you’re wondering how far in advance to book Sagrada Familia tickets, it’s advisable to pre-book tickets for Sagrada Familia as early as possible to avoid disappointment.

What’s the best way for how to get to Sagrada Familia?

Metro Lines 2 and 5 both stop at the Sagrada Familia metro station. The Sagrada Familia is also serviced by bus numbers 19, 33, 34, 43, 44, 50, 51, B20 and B24 depending on which direction you are coming from.

When is the best time to visit?

The best time to visit Sagrada Familia is in the off-season, November - February. The colder months see a lower number of tourists traveling to Barcelona, If you visit during this time, Sagrada Familia Barcelona tickets are often easier to get your hands on. From March things begin to pick up, and in July and August, the Sagrada Familia is at its busiest. As always, visits early in the morning and later in the afternoon promise fewer crowds. Also, opt for a Sagrada Familia skip the line group tour for the most personalized experience.

Why is Antoni Gaudi’s Basilica de la Sagrada Familia important?

The Sagrada Familia is a masterpiece of modern architecture. One of the greatest expressions of Christian faith ever constructed from stone. Antoni Gaudí’s Basilica de la Sagrada Familia is based on the traditions of Gothic and Byzantine cathedrals and expresses Christian belief through the beauty of its architecture. On a Sagrada Familia inside tour, you can experience the beautiful interior that mimics the natural world with columns built to resemble trees. This was all done to reflect Gaudi’s firm belief that to be in nature was the closest a person could be to God. With your skip the line ticket to visit the Sagrada Familia, you’ll get to experience all of Gaudi’s wonders inside the basilica.

How much is the Sagrada Familia entrance fee?

When you choose not to buy Sagrada Familia online tickets, the price you pay may appear to be slightly cheaper. Although buying your tickets offline may seem like a better option, what no one tells you is that in exchange for the few euros you’ll save, you will need to queue in the insanely long ticket line when you arrive. If you buy online, Barcelona Sagrada Familia tickets are a bit more expensive (starting from €25, depending on the season), however, it’s still better to pay a small fee than spend two hours standing in a queue.

What is the cost for a tour of Sagrada Familia?

Sagrada Familia English tours and tours in other languages vary in price from between €35 to €50 depending on what is included. You can test your luck and try to buy tickets to Sagrada Familia on the day, but you may end up faced with a sign that says, ’Sagrada Familia tickets sold out’, and you could lose your chance at visiting Gaudi’s masterpiece.

Do I need a guided tour?

A Sagrada Familia guided tour is the best way to enjoy the basilica’s transcendent beauty. Although you can get by with only Sagrada Familia church tickets, having a local guide by your side as you visit offers a fantastic opportunity to engage with the basilica in more detail, which results in a more fulfilling experience.

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