La Sagrada Familia Tickets and Tours
Gaudí’s unfinished masterpiece turned UNESCO World Heritage site
Before You Go
- January to February: 9 am to 6 pm
- 1 March to 31 March: 9 am to 7 pm
- April to September: 9 am to 8 pm
- 1 October to 31 October: 9 am to 7 pm
- November to December: 9 am to 6 pm
Opening hours can be effected during bank holidays and special events.
If you are in Barcelona and want to visit Sagrada Familia, you can buy the official tickets at the Sagrada Familia office. As it’s very busy landmark, there will be a long queue for the ticket and mostly time they run out of the tickets in the afternoon. We recommend you to book tickets for Sagrada Familia in advance.
There are plenty of buses that stop next to Sagrada Familia such as 19, 33, 34, 43, 44, B20 and B24. As Barcelona metro service is quite good, we highly recommend taking a metro. Metro L5 and L2 both stop at Sagrada Familia metro station. You also can take Barcelona cab service, which is available 24 hours.
There are plenty of shops, cafe, bar, restaurants, supermarkets, and fast food services around Sagrada Familia. You must try the local restaurant’s food, as Spain has a lot of famous dishes. If you like to eat fast food than you can go to Mcdonalds, KFC, Burger King and many more places. Also, you can visit local cloth shops and jewelry shops around.
It depends on kind of weather you like to travel. If you are planning to travel to Barcelona during the summer then definitely it will a very busy time. In 2016, 9 million visitors visited Barcelona because of hot and nice weather, mountains around the city and beautiful beaches.
So visiting Sagrada Familia between April to October can be hard as the number of tourist coming to the city. Between November to March, the weather gets the little cold and the percentage of tourist decrease so you can visit Gaudi Sagrada Familia in peace.
Architect Antoni Gaudi builds seven different buildings between 1852 -1926.
Here is the list of works of Antoni Gaudi:
- Park Guell
- Palacio Guell
- Casa Vicens
- Casa Mila
- La Sagrada Familia
- Casa Batllo
- Crypt in Colonia Guell
After Antoni Gaudi death, the most ambitious project is still not completed. There are only 2 towers of Sagrada Familia opens for public and which most worth it to visit – the Nativity Facade and Passion Facade.
If you are going to visit Sagrada Familia and miss-out to climb up to the tower than you have miss the most beautiful view of the Barcelona city. Top of the tower, you can see panoramic view of the city. Make sure you buy the ticket for the tower of Sagrada Familia.
Tickets price for Sagrada Familia is different according to the age.
- Sagrada Familia Adult Price – $23
- Sagrada Familia children Price – $18
- Sagrada Familia student price – $20
- Sagrada Familia senior price – $23
- Infant age between 0 – 6 (free of charge)
That’s the standard price but during summer it can be changed as it’s very busy.
- Remember to cover your knees and shoulder
- Children between age 0 to 6 years old are free of charge
- If you bought Sagrada Familia student ticket, you must carry your id
- Wheelchair is available
- You have to pass through several security controls
Carrer de Mallorca, 401, 08013 Barcelona
Sagrada Familia History
Sagrada Familia is the most visited church in the world and it’s not even completed yet. Each year 3,000,000 tourist visit Sagrada Familia and the number keep growing as it’s close to finishing. The church has announced to finish the architecture by 2024. This world-famous church has been under construction for more than 100 years and becomes the longest construction project ever. The time it completed, it will be the tallest church building in the world at 170 meters in height.
Barcelona Panoramic View
The best way to get the panoramic view of the city is to visit the Towers. Antoni Gaudi design called for 18 towers but only 8 towers have been completed yet. The normal ticket doesn’t give any access to the tower, so make sure to buy the ticket with access to the tower.
Sagrada Familia Museum
Under the passion facade, you can find the Sagrada Familia museum in the semi-basement. The basement contains Gaudi’s collection of arts, drawings, plaster models, and the plan for the Sagrada Familia church.
Sagrada Familia Architecture
The architecture of Sagrada Familia was designed by Antoni Gaudi. He was one of the famous architecture in the world. In 1882, Antoni Gaudi began to work on Sagrada Familia and construction to a different level which no one expected. Now Sagrada Familia is one of the most original and ambitious modern buildings.
Since Gaudi death, several different architects have taken charge of the project. The project has always been delayed because it never been financed by the government. As it’s a private property, The Spanish government support 30% of the cost and rest was financed by the donation.
Sagrada Familia Pictures
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