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Sagrada Familia Tickets - Skip The Line Entry

  • Fast Track Entry to Sagrada
  • Entrance to Sagrada Museum
  • Admire the Facades & Interior
  • Valid: 1 day

Sagrada Familia Tour - Fast Track Entrance

  • Unlimited Time in Sagrada Família
  • Duration: 1-2 hours
  • Headset to hear the guide better
  • Free cancellation – Full Refund

Sagrada Familia Guided Tour with Tower Access

  • Tour of Sagrada Familia 
  • Visit Passion Tower, Nativity Tower
  • Duration options: 2 hours
  • Free cancellation – Full Refund

Barcelona Hop-on Hop-off Tour: 1 or 2 Day Ticket

  • Unlimited Access to the Bus
  • Duration: 1-2 days
  • Multilingual Tour Staff
  • WiFi on Board

Barcelona: Park Güell Admission Ticket

  • Monumental Zone of Park Güell
  • Free admission to Casa del Guarda
  • Skip The Line Entry
  • Valid: 1 day

Barcelona: Casa Batlló Ticket with Smart Guide

  • Entrance ticket to Casa Batlló
  • Reality video guide
  • Available in 11 languages
  • Duration: 1 hour

Sagrada Familia Combo Offers

Sagrada Familia and Park Guell Combo Offer

Sagrada Família and Park Güell Guided Tour

Get combine guided tour by planning a visit to architect Antoni Gaudi’s other art piece, Park Güell along with Sagrada Familia Church. This discount offer includes a  Park Guell and Sagrada Familia combo ticket with guided tour in available languages.

Barcelona Gaudí Tour - Sagrada Familia, Park Guell & Casa Batlló

Get combine guided tour by planning a visit to architect Antoni Gaudi’s other art piece, Casa Battlo along with Sagrada Familia and Park Guell. This discount offer includes a standard ticket with a guide for both Sagrada Familia, Park Guell and Casa Battlo.

Sagrada Familia and Casa Battlo Combo Offer
Montserrat

Montserrat Monastery and Sagrada Familia Combo Tour

Explore the Benedictine abbey of Montserrat Monastery and learn why it has been a site of pilgrimage for centuries. Then, return to Barcelona and explore the outside and inside of Antoni Gaudí’s spectacular La Sagrada Familia.

Types of Sagrada Familia Tickets

Sagrada Familia Standard Tickets

When purchasing online, this ticket will cost you 20€. It is 18€ for students, children, pensioners and Youth cardholders, and 16€ for senior citizens. Tickets to Sagrada Familia are free for children under the age of 10.

Note: Sagrada Familia standard tickets are temporarily unavailable. There are only audio-guided tours available (ticket + audioguide) and you have to follow the route in only a single direction.

Sagrada Familia Skip the line Tickets

You have to book the Sagrada Familia Skip the line tickets online in order to skip the line and avoid unnecessary long queues at the Basilica. Check out the official Sagrada Família website. It is a great place to get these tickets online. Another alternative is travel agencies or reseller websites for discounts or any offers that may get you a better deal.

Sagrada Familia Ticket with Tower

The Sagrada Familia ticket with Tower serves for access to Sagrada Família with an audio guide and entry to the towers where one gets an ideal view of the Sagrada Familia. Booking this package online will cost you 33€ for the general ticket and below pay 31€ for students and persons aged 30 years. It is 27€ for seniors and free of cost for children under the age of 11. Buying the tickets from the office will cost 39€ and 37€ for students and people under 30 years of age. It is 32€ for seniors and free for children under the age of 11.

Sagrada Familia Audio Guide Ticket

This ticket for Sagrada Família comes with an audio guide for you. The audio guides are available in a wide range of languages like English, Spanish, Italian, Russian, Catalan, Chinese, Japanese, and Portuguese. The Sagrada Familia Audio Guide Ticket cost 26€ for the general ticket and 24€ for students and those under the age of 30. It is 21€ for seniors and free for children under the age of 11.

Book Sagrada Familia Tickets Online

Barcelona’s trip is incomplete without a visit to the city’s most iconic monument, Sagrada Familia. Antoni Gaudí’s legendary Cathedral welcomes more than 4.5 million visitors and is considered to be the busiest attraction in the whole of Spain! 

  • Skip the line– To avoid waiting in long lines at the cathedral entrance, reserve Sagrada Familia fast track access tickets. Explore the attraction without the hustle and bustle! 
  • Ticket Booking– There are two options to buy Sagrada Familia towers ticket: either you can stand in long queues at the ticket office in the church or you can buy tickets online.
  • Save Money- By booking tickets online, you will not only save your time but also your money. So why to waste your time when you can avoid all the hassle by just spending some minutes online. Book your tickets now!

Sagrada Familia Ticket Highlights

Instant Ticket Confirmation:

After a complete booking, you will receive an email confirmation. You will find all the necessary information regarding your visit. If you have any query, do not hesitate to reach the tour operator.

Fast Track Tickets:

With our fast track entrance ticket, enjoy skip the line access to Spain’s most visited attraction. Pass through a short security check and head straight inside Sagrada Familia with priority access. Save yourself from long waits!

Last Minute Ticket:

Even if you didn’t book Sagrada Familia Tickets in Advance, do not despair. On this platform, you can find a selection of exclusive last-minute offers, rarely available anywhere else.

Easy Return Policy:

Has there been a change of plan? or you would like to return the ticket? Just contact the operator 24 hours before your visiting time and receive a full refund.

**Special conditions may apply. Please check the platform’s cancellations & refund FAQ.**

About Sagrada Familia

  • Sagrada Familia Basilica

The Sagrada Família or the Basílica de la Sagrada Família is a large unfinished Roman Catholic minor basilica located in the Eixample district of Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. It was designed by the great Spanish/Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí (1852–1926) and is today, part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Its construction started in 1882 and belongs to the Art Nouveau architecture style.

  • Sagrada Familia Towers

Antoni Gaudí’s Sagrada Familia Towers are composed of 18 monumental spires. Out of these, twelve of them are dedicated to the Twelve Apostles and placed on the three façades of the Sagrada Familia. The other six spires are dedicated to Jesus Christ, the Virgin Mary, and the Four Evangelists. Only eight are completed out of the 18 spires – four Apostles of the Nativity Façade and the four of the Passion Façade. The tallest spire is dedicated to Jesus Christ and will be surmounted by a giant cross that will reach the height of 170 metres.

  • Sagrada Familia Museum

The Junta Constructora del Temple Expiatori de la Sagrada Família Foundation has been running the Gaudí House Museum since 1992. The building was designed by Francesc d’Assis Berenguer i Mestres, a close friend of the architect, and was intended to be a model home for the Park Güell development. This is also where the architect lived from 1906 to 1925. When Gaudi died in 1963, this house was opened to the public as the Gaudí House Museum.

  • The Façades

The Sagrada Familia has three grand façades: 

  1. The Nativity façade in the East – It bears the most direct Gaudí influence and was built before its construction was interrupted in 1935. 
  2. The Passion façade in the West – It was built according to Gaudi’s design created in 1917. Its unique aspects are its gaunt, spare, Christ on the Cross, and tormented characters like emaciated figures of Christ being scourged at the pillar.
  3. The Glory façade in the South (unfinished) – It is the largest and most monumental of the three and represents one’s ascension to God.

Best Time To Visit Sagrada Familia

For the best photos: Visit the monument in the morning. Appreciate the beautiful stained-glass windows and the divine tranquillity. Or come in the pre-sunset evening. Although there may be more crowds, you get to experience the church in a unique magnetic environment.

For fewer tourists: Plan your visit for autumn or winter. April through the end of August, expect large crowds of tourists queueing towards the entrance to Gaudi’s basilica. If you are visiting Barcelona during this period, consider getting tickets with fast-track access to the attraction. Skipping the lines has never been more necessary!

Good To Know

Sagrada Familia Hours

The Sagrada Família has different opening schedules during the whole of the year. 

  • November to February – from 9 am to 6 pm.
  • March – from 9 am to 7 pm.
  • April to September – from 9 am to 8 pm. 
  • October – from 9 am to 7 pm.

Sagrada Familia Address

Address: Carrer de Mallorca, 401, 08013 Barcelona

GPS coördinates: 41°24′ 13″ N 2°10′ 28″ E

Sagrada Familia Tickets and Tour FAQs

There are several ways to buy Sagrada Familia church tickets.

Of course, you can purchase basic tickets at the attraction’s ticket office. However, due to the Sagrada Familia’s high popularity, be ready to stand in line.

Another way would be to book online tickets Sagrada Familia offers. With them, gain priority access to the attraction!

Generally speaking, visitors spend about one hour inside the basilica and approximately 30 minutes to an hour in the Gaudi museum.

With your Sagrada Familia Cathedral tickets, you are free to explore the monument for as much as you like. Its cost will vary with the number of people in small groups, large group or individual.

Yes, it is allowed to both take pictures and record videos inside the church.

It is absolutely safe to visit the Sagrada Familia post-COVID-19 as they have machines installed to purify the air and make the environment hygienic. They also keep a single and direct line of the tour with everyone being handed over sanitizers. Entry is prohibited without a mask.

It is recommended to book your visit at least 5-7 days prior in order to make sure your desired time slot is available.

It is recommended to cancel your tickets to the Sagrada Familia within 5 days of booking. If you take more than 5 days, you will receive only 80% refund of the total cost of the tour.

As the Sagrada Família is the no. 1 visit attractions in Barcelona , you will face long queues. The only way to skip the line is to book your tickets in advance.

The basic ticket of the Sagrada Familia grants a validity of the whole 24 hours when the tour is taking place. It expires the next day.

The Sagrada Familia tickets can be bought two months before the visit. It is advisable to buy it as early as possible to avoid any hassle.

The Sagrada Familia Tower visit comes with a special access ticket that includes tower access and is not included with the standard admission ticket.

The tours of the Sagrada Familia are available in sixteen languages: English, French, Italian, Portuguese, German, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Catalan, Castilian, Russian, Dutch, Swedish, Finnish, Polish, and Hungarian.

Every Sunday at 9:00 AM there is a mass gathering at the basilica of the Sagrada Familia. It is advisable to go there in advance as the entrance is free but the capacity is limited. 

Yes, photography is allowed inside the Basilica so make sure to capture the intricate architecture and beautiful stained glass work inside.

There is no particular dress code but it is appropriate if one wears a T-shirt, shirt, blouse, or jacket that covers the shoulders and the midriff. Shorts or skirts should be till the knees. Plunging necklines, sheer clothing, and going barefoot are not allowed.

If you want to go inside La Sagrada Familia, please be advised that you will have your bags, luggage, and personal items checked. Avoid carrying large bags as it will consume time and will be inconvenient at the security check area. 

The dress code isn’t that strictly enforced at Sagrada Familia and it is common seeing people wear skirts and shorts.

Things to Visit Near Sagrada Familia

  • Gaudí Avenue

Gaudi Avenue is a vacation apartment that is a hidden gem in Barcelona’s Sagrada Familia district. It is a 4-bedroom apartment with a chic design and stunning views. It is located at a 5-minute distance down the street from the famous La Sagrada Familia and the best restaurants and most famous sites of Barcelona. 

  • Sant Pau Art Nouveau

The Sant Pau Art Nouveau site is just a short walk away from the Sagrada Familia and is considered as one of the most interesting historical and architectural attractions in Barcelona. It was built at the start of the 20th century and comprises a total of 27 Art Nouveau buildings. As recently as 2009, it was functioning as a working hospital.

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