PriceBuy Sagrada Familia
Description and useful information
Master Gaudi’s most famous building is a can’t miss stop on your Barcelona itinerary Architectural elements inspired by nature, spectacular light play, and a panoramic view of Barcelona is what awaits you at Spain’s most famous church: La Sagrada Familia.
Includes: skip the line access, audioguide in English and/or tower visit depending on ticket purchased. Print or show your tickets on a smart phone.
- Adults €17.00
- Under 30/Students €15.00
- Seniors (65+ ) €14.00
General admission + English audio guide:
- Adults €25.00
- Under 30/Students €23.00
- Seniors (65+ ) €20.00
General admission + English audio guide + tower visit:
- Adults €32.00
- Under 30/Students €30.00
- Seniors (65+ ) €26.00
- April to September from 9:00 am to 8:00 pm
- November to February from 9:00 am to 6 pm
- October to March from 9:00 am to 7 pm
- December 25 and 25, January 1 and 6 from 9:00 am to 2 pm
- Sagrada Familia entrance
- Skip the line access
- Visit to the crypt
- Open ticket access
The attraction does not give refunds however date and time changes are permitted if made 48 hours before your visit. Changes are not automatic and dependent on the ticket availability of the attraction at the time of the request.
Frequently asked questions
Is the audio guide available in English?
Do I need to print the tickets I received via email?
No, you can show them on your smart phone.
If I've bought my tickets online, where do I have to show up?
The entrance for those who are already in posession of tickets is the one on Carrer Marina (the Nativity Façade).
What happens if I show up at an hour not indicated on my ticket?
If you’re more than 10 minutes late entrance will be denied.
How long does the typical visit take?
About 90 minutes.
Should I spend a bit more and visit the towers?
I wouldn’t say a tower visit is mandatory, and in fact the monies would be better spent on a guided tour. There are better views of the city from places like Park Guell
Can I visit the towers without getting the audio guide?
Which tower should I visit?
I recommend visiting the tower of the Passion Façace as it’s taller than the Nativity Façade.
How tall is Sagrada Familia?
115 metres (377 feet).
What’s the ticket with the “CASA MUSEO GAUDÍ” option?
This ticket gives you the opportunity to visit Gaudi’s museum-house found on the site of Park Guell. CAREFUL: this doesn’t refer to entrance for the monumental portion of Park Guell, which must be paid separately.
Can I take photos inside the Basilica?
Can you take nice photos at night?
The Nativity Façace is only lit up during the early evening, but not overnight.
Do I need to cover up for the visit?
Even though this Barcelona church is highly respected it’s not necessary to cover your shoulders and legs, but use common sense.
They closed the towers due to bad weather and I couldn't attend, what do I do?
Send an email to [email protected]
How do I get to Sagrada?
With the purple (L2) or blue (L5) line of the metro, Sagrada Familia stop.
How do I get to Sagrada Familia from Parc Güell?
Take bus number 92 from the park exit and get off at the Lepant-Guinardó stop, then change for the V21 bus that’ll take you straight there.
How do I get to Park Guell from Sagrada Familia?
Take bus number 92 from Carrer de Sant Antoni e Maria Claret, this will leave you right at the park gates. To get to this bus stop you’ll need to walk about 10 minutes north on Carrer de la Marina until you’re at the intersection of Carrer de Sant Antoni e Maria Claret, the stop is on the right.
Does the Bus Turistic stop at Sagrada Familia?
Yes, it’s on the blue line.
When will Sagrada Familia be finished?
At current estimates it will be done by 2026.
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