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Sagrada Familia - Skip The Line Tickets
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Sagrada Familia - Skip The Line Tickets

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Visit Barcelona’s signature landmark, the Sagrada Família, and skip the lines at this definite must-see on a stay in the capital of Catalonia.

Book your ticket online and enjoy Gaudí’s unfinished masterpiece and the city’s most popular tourist attraction without the hassle of queuing at the ticket office.

Fast Facts

Skip the Line Tickets
Get fast track access to the Sagrada Família and don’t waste your time waiting in a queue.

Mobile Tickets
Get your electronic tickets sent directly to your mobile within 24h.

Instant Confirmation
Receive immediate confirmation of your purchase by email.

Accessibility
The church is wheelchair accessible and adapted to the needs of visitors with reduced mobility.

*Audioguide APP option:
Available in English, French, Hebrew, German, Portuguese, Italian, Russian and Spanish
The audioguide can be downloaded on your phone. It includes:
  • Images
  • Maps
  • No internet required for audio playback
A must have audioguide for your visit in Barcelona.
It will reveal the beauty of two of the most important monuments of Barcelona: Park Güell and La Sagrada Familia.

Overview

  • Get fast track entrance to the Sagrada Família, Barcelona’s exceptional landmark and most visited attraction of the city.
  • Visit the school and the museum to learn more about the basilica’s construction and Gaudí’s innovative architecture. 
  • Book your entrance in advance and skip the lines at the local ticket office. 
  • Purchase your ticket online and safe up to 20%.
  • Plan ahead and reserve a timeslot to enjoy your visit at your preferred time.

What to Expect

Barcelona’s skyline is unthinkable without its outstanding landmark, the Sagrada Família, just like a stay in the city is unthinkable without a visit to Gaudí’s most extraordinary masterpiece.

Construction of the architect’s very individualistic interpretation of a gothic church started in 1882 and is famous for its unusually long time of construction but, even more so, for its unparalleled design. 135 years after laying the first stone still unfinished, it impresses the visitor with its originality and wealth of form and detail, in which Gaudi harmoniously combined Christian iconography and naturalistic elements. The Nativity Facade, the first to be finished in 1930 and declared World Heritage in 2005, depicts the birth of Jesus and is richly decorated with scenes from nature. The 75 metre high columns in the basilica rise to the ceiling and branch out, resembling trees, and walking down the light-flooded central nave of the basilica evokes the sensation of strolling through a forest.

Although incomplete, the Sagrada Família is without a doubt Barcelona’s most popular tourist attraction and receives millions of visitors each year. In order to ensure a pleasant visit for everyone, the monument assigns timeslots, which should be reserved in advance. Your admission also includes a visit to the adjoining school and the museum. Gaudí’s former workshop, which has been turned into a visitor centre, documents the construction of the Sagrada Família with models, drawings and photographs on display.

How does it work?

When you book your entrance ticket, please select the date and  time you would like to visit. 
The timeslot only fixes the time you enter the building. Once inside, you can stay as long as you want.

Additional Information

  • Opening times:
    November to February, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
    March and October, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
    April to September, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.
    December 25, 26 and January 1 and 6, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
    (opening times may vary due to special events or construction work)
  • The Sagrada Família is a catholic church and has clothing restrictions, so visitors are asked to dress appropriately or might not be admitted to the building.
  • Mobile tickets accepted

How to get there

  • By metro lines 2 and 5 to underground station ‘Sagrada Família’
  • By bus lines 19, 33, 34, 43, 44, 50, 51, B20 and B24 to various stops nearby
  • Hop on and off service of the official Barcelona Tourist Bus 
  • The main entrance is in Carrer de la Marina, on the side of the Nativity facade.

Inclusions

  • Mobile tickets
  • Skip the line tickets