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Sagrada Familia Tickets, Barcelona

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Sagrada Familia Tickets highlights

  • Visit Sagrada Familia, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, designed by the renowned architect Antoni Gaudí.

  • Marvel at the architecture of Sagrada Familia boasts three incredibly detailed facades, each representing a different stage of Jesus' life. 

  • Admire the breathtaking interior of the basilica with forest-like columns and colourful stained glass windows.

  • Take-in the panoramic views of Barcelona from one of the towers of the basilica, the Nativity Tower or the Passion Tower.

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Timings: 09:00 AM to 07:00 PM

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C/ de Mallorca, 401, 08013 Barcelona, Spain

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  • If cancellation is made 4 days or more before the date of travel, no cancellation fees will be charged.
  • If cancellation is made within 4 days before the date of travel, total booking cost will be charged as cancellation fees.
  • In the event of unforeseen weather conditions, union issues, government restrictions, or any other circumstances beyond human control, certain trips or activities may be cancelled. In such cases, alternate feasible options will be provided. However, a cash refund will not be available.
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Sagrada Familia Tickets overview

About Sagrada Familia, Barcelona:

The Sagrada Familia, located in Barcelona, Spain, stands as a testament to human creativity and devotion. Designed by visionary architect Antoni Gaudí, its construction began in 1882 and continues to this day. Expected to be completed in 2026, it seamlessly blends Gothic and Art Nouveau styles, boasting intricate facades that narrate biblical stories. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Sagrada Familia is not just a church but a cultural icon.

About Sagrada Familia Tickets:

  • Explore Sagrada Familia and marvel at its architecture with intricate details, unique shapes, and symbolic elements designed by Antoni Gaudí.
  • Marvel at the forest-like columns, colourful stained glass windows, and beautiful light that fills the space as you explore the interiors of the basilica.
  • Learn more about the history, architecture, and symbolism of the Sagrada Familia as you explore the basilica at your own pace.
  • Wander through the Sagrada Familia Museum, located within the basilica's premises, and learn about Antoni Gaudí's life and work and the basilica's history and construction.
  • Take-in the panoramic view of the city from the towering facades of the basilica.
  • Stroll through the gift shop and you can shop for unique and meaningful souvenirs from a wide range of beautifully crafted merchandise.

How to Reach?

  • By Car: Sagrada Familia is located 2.8 km from the city centre. It will take 11 minutes to reach the basilica via C/ de Roger de Llúria and C/ del Rosseello route.
  • By Train: Take a train to Sagrada Familia station, which is 110 m away from Sagrada Familia. You can reach the basilica from the train station on foot in 2 minutes.

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Sagrada Familia Tickets faqs

Why is the Sagrada Familia so famous?

Sagrada Familia is the most famous attraction in Barcelona and can give any other popular attraction a run for its money. It is already over a century old, but over four million tourists from all over the world still visit the basilica. The Sagrada Familia Tickets are hot-sellers in the Spanish tourism market because of the following reasons. 

  • The Sagrada Familia has an architectural grandeur that few can surpass. Moreover, it depicts the architecture of the 20th century, a very disturbing time in history. It marks the period of the renaissance. Gaudi the creator thought far ahead of the times and created an iconic structure that represents Modernisme.
  • It is the only religious structure that is still undergoing construction. It is not yet complete.
  • Sagrada Familia is a UNESCO World Heritage site. Moreover, it is a masterpiece of a genius. The creator Gaudi spent his whole life and career on this structure.
  • It is a great combination of tradition and the modern era.

What is the best time to visit Sagrada Familia?

You should visit Sagrada Familia in the morning, when it opens, at 9 am. You will find the basilica less crowded around that time. 9 am-11 am is the ideal time for a visit. Moreover, April to September is the peak tourist season in Barcelona. So, waiting lines are also long, from 11 am-1 pm. If you want to enjoy the internal structural elements, then the time around 5-6 pm at sunset is ideal. Get the Sagrada Familia Tickets beforehand, to avoid crowds.

Which are the best places to visit in Barcelona other than Sagrada Familia?

  • Gothic Quarter – It has been a spiritual centre for over 2,000 years. You can find notable evidence of middle age in this gothic structure. The Roman buildings speak more than a thousand words, to express the story of the times.
  • La Pedrera – It is another one of Antoni Gaudi’s secular architectural works. You can also call it Casa Mila. The meaning of the Spanish word is ‘Stone Quarry’. The structure is dominated by curved lines.
  • La Rambla – The social scene is the first attribute of La Rambla, that pulls tourists and locals alike. It is a street that showcases pedestrian footpaths and the most popular hangouts in the town.
  • Bogatell Beach – It is one of the best beaches in Spain. You can sunbathe there, and also play a round of volleyball. Kitesurfing and kayaking are other common activities. 
  • Casa Batllo – It is another amazing creation from Gaudi. It is a modernist building, with an ornamental façade.

How many towers are there at Sagrada Familia Barcelona?

Gaudi’s masterpiece has 8 towers. Each one of the towers have special significance. The tower located in the middle is dedicated to Jesus Christ. The four towers surrounding the middle one, represent the gospels. The tower which has a star, represents Virgin Mary. You can check out this marvel by getting the Sagrada Familia Tickets.

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