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Skip the Line Express Sagrada Família Tour & Tickets

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1 hr 15mins

Max 20

Why take this tour?

With pre-reserved tickets, this Express Sagrada Família Tour guarantees your entrance to Gaudí's masterwork. And with an expert guide, your visit will have unparalelled context, taking you to the heart of Catalonian art & architecture to hear the story of Barcelona's most famous son.

Take a peek inside Barcelona's most iconic church.

This short but very sweet Sagrada Família tour meets in front of the basilica, where you'll meet your guide. As you take in the extraordinarily unique Nativity façade, along with the three others, you'll get a crash course on the history of the building, discovering why each side looks so different from all the rest.

Next, your Sagrada Família tour takes you inside the one-of-a-kind sanctuary, where you'll find yourself surrounded by the genius of one of the greatest artchitects of the 20th century. As you walk through the incomparable sanctuary and peer up into a stone canopy of tree-like columns and rainbow-colored stained glass, your guide will tell you the improbable story of Antoni G...

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This short but very sweet Sagrada Família tour meets in front of the basilica, where you'll meet your guide. As you take in the extraordinarily unique Nativity façade, along with the three others, you'll get a crash course on the history of the building, discovering why each side looks so different from all the rest.

Next, your Sagrada Família tour takes you inside the one-of-a-kind sanctuary, where you'll find yourself surrounded by the genius of one of the greatest artchitects of the 20th century. As you walk through the incomparable sanctuary and peer up into a stone canopy of tree-like columns and rainbow-colored stained glass, your guide will tell you the improbable story of Antoni Gaudí; the son of rural artisans who rose to the heights of Catalonian society and European architecture. They will also explain the religious, natural, and uniquely Catalonian influences that Gaudí synthesized with near fanatical zeal to create structures of extraordinary beauty. As a special treat, you'll also get to see the highlights of the musuem, and your guide will give you insight into Gaudí's extremely unique design practices.

Your tour lasts an hour and 15 minutes but you're welcome to stay after that time if you wish. Before your guide departs they will give you information on visiting more of the Museum, which will be an unexpected highlight of your trip for the insight it gives into Gaudí's breathtaking genius.

This guided Sagrada Família tour is the most accessible and affordble way to see the Basilica; perfect for families with young children or anyone who wants a more contextual view of Barcelona's number one attraction.

  • Sites Visited
  • La Sagrada Família
  • Nativity Facade
  • Passion Facade
  • Glory Facade
  • Nave
  • Tour Includes
  • Skip the Line Tickets to the Sagrada Família
  • Expert guide
  • Headsets
The exterior of La Sagrada Familia
La Sagrada Familia
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Great tour of Sagrada Familia...both inside and out! Helped our group understand history of building, take great photos, and understand symbolism of church.

Excellent tour. Really enjoyed the visit and the guide was informative and highly knowledgeable about the attraction


FAQ

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.