Sagrada Familia Closing Time Experience: Evening Light & Rooftop Views

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2 hours

Max 20

Why take this tour?


  • Enjoy one of Barcelona’s top attractions without the risk of tickets selling out or having to spend precious time waiting in long lines.
  • See the Sagrada Familia from a hidden (and utterly Instagrammable) viewpoint while sipping a glass of cava.
  • Bask in the beauty of Gaudí’s most enthralling building as most of the day’s crowds start to clear out.
  • Hear the mind-blowing stories behind the fascinating architectural details, which can be hard to decipher on your own.
  • Witness the setting sun illuminate the church through the famous stained-glass windows as you explore at the most peaceful time of day.
  • Sites Visited
  • The Sagrada Familia
  • Rooftop terrace bar
  • Tour Includes
  • Local English-speaking guide
  • Expertly guided walking tour
  • Glass of cava
  • Skip the line ticket to Sagrada Familia
  • Small group of 15-20 guests maximum

Revel in the outstanding beauty and jaw-dropping details of Gaudí's work on this unique evening Sagrada Familia tour, complete with cava.

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Meeting Point 

Avinguda de Gaudí 2, 08025 Barcelona. Meet your guide in front of the large, ornate lamp post in the middle of the small pedestrian avenue between KFC and Burger King. Your guide will be holding a green Walks sign. 

Please meet 15 minutes prior to the tour start time. 


Can I use a wheelchair on this tour?
Yes! However please be aware that guides can not push wheelchairs so do ensure that you can operate your own chair or have someone to operate it for you.
Can I bring a bag with me into the Sagrada Familia?
Yes, but you can only bring small bags and backpacks. They will be checked before you enter the church. If you are going to climb the towers you have to leave backpacks in security lockers located at the base of the towers and costing €1.00.
Does the Sagrada Familia have a dress code?
Yes. In the Cathedral, both men and women are asked to wear clothing that covers at least the shoulders and knees. It is sufficient to bring extra coverings (e.g., a scarf) with you and to put them on before entering to the holy areas.