Sagrada Familia fully guided tour and entrance tickets
Guided tour and skip the line ticket
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About this experience
If you never see the Sagrada Família up-close, you will immediately amazed by its huge scale and myriad, minute details.
Towering spires that seem to challenge gravity, uncountable characters from both the human and natural world and other aesthetic extravaganzas all around the facade: you will see why Gaudí’s most ambitious project gathers 3 million visitors per year becoming the most visited attraction in Spain.
Our expert local guide is here to show you around, share unique stories and anecdotes throughout your tour, and truly bringing this legendary building to life!
Sagrada Familia constructions' began 1882 and after a century and more, the cathedral is still under construction!
You will know every kind of stories and anecdotes about Gaudí’s complex relationship with his final work, how he believed the project was his holy mission, and the immense personal sacrifices he made to secure its completion.
Sadly, he did not survive to see it finished... and maybe us neither!
Thanks to our exclusive Skip the Line access, you will jump over the long entrance lines and go straight into the basilica.
Entering seems like stepping into an alternate universe. You will walk under a forest of tree-like pillars that seem to reach up all the way to the heavens, admiring the beautiful interiors of a unique church.
Visit what everyone considers the peak of Catalan Modernism!
Don't miss the chance to see with your own eyes the unfinished masterpieces of Gaudì!
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Cancel up to 1 day in advance for a full refund
Please be aware that some walking is included during this tour, please come prepared and we recommend wearing comfortable clothes and shoes. Please arrive at the meeting point 10 minutes before the start of the tour.
English-speaking tour guide
Entrance ticket to the Sagrada Familia
What's not included
Carrer de La Marina, Barcelona.