Best seller
From € 33.80
Tickets Sagrada Familia skip the line
Tickets Sagrada Familia skip the line
From € 33.80

Sagrada Familia Tickets

Visit Gaudí's Sagrada Família in Barcelona: skip-the-line tickets and guided tour

Your guide to the Sagrada Família > Our tips for visiting Gaudí's unfinished masterpiece. Book fast-track tickets, guided tours, passes, opening times and access - you name it!

Book Tickets and Pass

Sagrada Familia Skip the line Tickets

Sagrada Familia Skip the line Tickets

Don't queue with this bestseller!

Avoid the crowd with skip the line tickets and access to Antoni Gaudí’s basilica, school and Museum. A definite must-see! Plan ahead and reserve a timeslot to enjoy your visit at your preferred time.

From € 33.80
Sagrada Familia Fast Track Ticket + Audioguide + Towers

Sagrada Familia Fast Track Ticket + Towers

Make the most of your visit!

This Sagrada Familia skip the line ticket includes access to one of the two towers to enjoy a stunning view over Barcelona + an audioguide in English!

From € 46.80
Sagrada Familia Guided Tour !

Sagrada Familia Tour !

Do not miss any of the treasures of the basilica.

Let an experienced guide take you around the basilica and learn more about the building’s extraordinary architecture, symbolism and history. A unique UNESCO World Heritage Site. Only small groups visit with English speaking guide.

From € 49.50
Barcelona CityPass incl. Sagrada skip the line ticket

Barcelona City Pass

Incl. Sagrada Familia Skip the line Tickets

The "City Pass Barcelona" our best selling pass!
> Sagrada Família Fast Lane + Audioguide
> Fast entrance to Park Güell + Audioguide
> 1 or 2 day hop-on hop-off bus
> 10% discount on other tours
> Audioguide of Barcelona

From € 86.00

Sagrada Família tickets summary

Types of Tickets and Prices

  • Skip-the-line ticket (€33.80)
  • Fast Entry + Towers (€46.80)
  • Guided Tour (€49.50)
  • Barcelona City Pass (€86.00)

Included in all tickets

Fast Track Entry, Access to the museum, Sagrada Familia app downloadable with audio guide

Audio Guide

Available in German, English, Catalan, Chinese, Korean, Spanish, Finnish, French, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Dutch, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Swedish, Ukrainian

Duration of Visit

About 2 hours - (1 hour 30 minutes Sagrada Família tour)

Free Access

Children under 11 with an adult, Disabled persons (a +65%) with a companion, Sunday morning Mass

Discounts

Youth aged 11 to 30 during certain periods

Address

Visitors: Carrer de la Marina, 253, Official: Carrer Mallorca, 401, Barcelona

Opening Hours

Daily: 9 am to 6 pm, Dec. 25 & 26, Jan. 1 & 6: 9 am to 2 pm

Transport

Metro: Lines 2, 5 (stop “Sagrada Família”), Bus: Lines 19, 33, 34, D50, H10, B24, Tourist Bus: Blue line, Car: Nearby parking lots

Dress Code

No transparent clothing, shoulders covered, no swimsuits, shorts and skirts must be at least mid-thigh length. Hats, offensive/promotional costumes, and flip-flops are prohibited

History and tour of the Sagrada Família

You can visit the exterior and interior of the unfinished work of architect Antoni Gaudí, who worked tirelessly on it until his death in 1926. The work he completed during his lifetime, i.e. the crypt and the façade of the Nativity, was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2005. The basilica was consecrated by Pope Benedict XVI on 7 November 2010. 

Key dates in the history of the basilica

The great adventure of the Sagrada Família began in 1882. Two men were responsible for its genesis: Josep María Bocabella y Verdaguer and Antoni Gaudí. All the dates in its history: from the laying of the foundation stone to the laying of the Star of Mary at the end of 2021. A twelve-pointed star that lights up every evening from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. The Temple Expiatori de la Sagrada Família in Catalan (in English: "Expiatory Temple of the Holy Family") is due to be completed in 2026.

La Sagrada Familia in 1905 - Barcelona

➜ Sagrada Família History

Antonio Gaudí

The brilliant architect Antoni Gaudí was responsible for this masterpiece. At the age of 31, he designed this church, which was disproportionately large for its time, with its five naves, three facades and eighteen towers. He is also the man who defined a new form of religious architecture known as naturalist-modernist. A symbolic creativity for religious architecture that has never been equalled to this day.

Antonio Gaudi - 1878

Antonio Gaudi - 1878

➜ Gaudí Sagrada Família

What to see inside?

With your entrance ticket, you'll discover a magical place that seems to be shrouded in a divine aura. Height, width, light. Everything is designed to impress. The magic of the stained-glass windows, the apse, the altar and the crypt can only be discovered with contemplation. Finally, the Antoni Gaudí Museum helps you understand his creative process and construction techniques. An unforgettable visit.
➜ Sagrada Família Inside

Facades and towers

The facades and towers of Barcelona's church can be seen from the outside. But if you want to climb to the top of the Passion Tower or the Nativity Tower, you have to buy the "fast-track ticket + towers". With its three facades and eighteen towers, the exterior is extraordinary in terms of its size and creative genius. Several generations of architects have succeeded one another in bringing Gaudí's work to life, while respecting his original plans. Visitors are simply stunned by this monument to the Glory of God. The height, the richness of the façades, the virtuosity of the sculptures. You could spend hours studying its symbolism or simply admire the technical prowess of its construction.
➜ Facades and Towers

End of works

Theoretically, the Basilica will be finished in 2026, the hoped-for date for the completion of the most important works and the centenary of the death of its creator Antoni Gaudí. But the history of the work has been marked by numerous delays. The most recent of these was the Covid-19 pandemic, which did nothing to ease the completion of a project begun in 1882.  
➜ Sagrada Família finished

Plan your visit

When is the best time to visit the Sagrada Família?

The best time to visit the basilica is in the morning, when it opens at 9am. It is one of the most visited monuments in Spain, alongside two of Barcelona's other 'temples': Camp Nou and Park Güell. It is advisable to buy your ticket in advance to avoid wasting time at the entrance. Once inside, the visit always flows smoothly due to the limited number of visitors.

We'll help you find the best hotels near the Sagrada Família.

What are the opening times for the Sagrada Família?

The Basilica is open every day of the week from 9am to 6pm.

On 25 and 26 December and 1 and 6 January, opening hours are from 9am to 2pm.

How long will it take to visit?

It takes around 2 hours to visit it, including the towers, the museum - located next to the crypt - and the shop. Once inside the basilica, you can stay as long as you like!

➜ Sagrada Familia Opening Hours

Is there a waiting line?

Yes, because of its popularity, this monument attracts large numbers of visitors every day. In the high tourist season, the waiting time to buy a ticket at the ticket office can vary between one and two hours, with no guarantee that you will be able to get in if you are in a group, for example. Our advice is to buy your tickets well in advance.
➜ Skip the line tickets

How to avoid queues?

You can avoid queuing by buying your tickets in advance. All tickets on sale on this page are sold for a specific date and time of visit. They guarantee you entry without wasting time. 

What are the free tickets to the Sagrada Família?

  • Admission is free for under-11s, but at least one adult ticket must be purchased at the same time. A maximum of two children under the age of 11 may enter free of charge with the same accompanying adult.
  • Disabled people (over 65%) and their carers are entitled to free admission. Please bring proof of your disability.
  • Free Sagrada Família: Everyone can attend the free mass in the Sagrada Família on Sunday mornings. It is held from 9 to 10 a.m. in several languages. It is advisable to arrive by 8 a.m. to try and get a seat.
  • To give young people easier access to culture, the Basilica offers half-price admission during certain periods of the year. Admission costs €7 for young people aged between 11 and 30, but is only available at the ticket office on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Sundays between 4pm and 6pm.

Sagrada Família Video 2026

The Sagrada Família will be finished the day Jesus tower is installed, the final stage of the construction work begun in 1882. This 3D video shows you the tower in 2026 if everything goes according to plan!

 

Access

What is the address of the Sagrada Familia?

The official address is Carrer Mallorca, 401 in Barcelona, but the entrance for visitors is on the side of the Nativity façade of the Basilica: Carrer de la Marina, 253. This is also where the ticket office is located for those who have not purchased an entrance ticket in advance.
Address: Mallorca, 401, 08013 Barcelona, Spain
Neighbourhood: Eixample right
Email: [email protected]
Official website:Sagrada Família

Telephone : +34 932 080 414
➜ Where is Sagrada Familia ?

How to get there by:

By metro

Metro lines 2 and 5 serve the basilica. The metro stop is "Sagrada Família". It is convenient as it is directly opposite the entrance to the basilica for individual visitors on the right and on the left for groups.

By bus

Lines 19, 33, 34, D50, H10 and B24. The bus stops are "Sagrada Família" and "Mallorca - Marina".

By tourist bus - Hop-on Hop-off Bus

The blue line stops in front of the basilica.

By car

The two nearest car parks are :

  • Parking Plaça Sagrada Família, 9, 08025 Barcelona, Spain.
  • Parking B: SM Mercat Sagrada Família C. de Mallorca, 425, 433, 08013 Barcelona. 

There are many other pay car parks around the monument.

➜ How to get to Sagrada Família?

Visitor profile and trends in 2022

By 2022, over 3.7 million visitors had explored Barcelona's iconic masterpiece. The universality of the temple is highlighted by the diversity of its visitors.

 

Total Visitors in 2022

3,781,845

Geographical Distribution

Foreigners (82.5%), Spaniards (17.5%)

Main Nationalities

United States (13.8%), France (11.2%), Italy (9.4%)

Evolution Since 1915

Total of 82.5 million visitors

Architectural Achievements

Two of the four Evangelist Towers completed in 2022

Ongoing Projects

Construction of two more towers and the Jesus Christ tower; Assumption Chapel and restoration of the Nativity facade

Finances

Revenues of 100.7 million euros in 2022; 53.9 million for construction and management, the rest for reserves and financial commitments

Cultural Activities

105,018 participants in various events and celebrations, 391,579 people at international masses and religious services

Staff

89 employees and 1,300 regular collaborators

Digital Presence

3,689,217 visits to the website, 410,435 followers on social media

Sagrada Família Barcelona FAQ

Answers to your most frequently asked questions about the Sagrada Família Barcelona : 

  • How long are the lines at Sagrada Familia?

    The online tickets sold on this website are skip the line ones. Once you buy the tickets online you don’t need to line up.

  • Can I park my car near the Sagrada Familia?

    There are many private parking lots close to Sagrada Família, the temple does not offer a parking option though.
    There are two close to the Sagrada Família, one at Carrer de Provença, 525 or Carrer de la indústria, 9.

    You can find cheap parking option visiting this page: Barcelona Car Parking

  • Is there a shop in Sagrada Familia?

    Yes, there is a shop in Sagrada Familia. A store with many souvenirs related to the Gaudi’s church and the city of Barcelona.

  • Do I need a ticket to enter the Sagrada Familia gift store?

    You do not need a ticket to enter the Sagrada Familia gift store. You can get there directly from Marina Street.

  • Is the Sagrada Familia wheelchair accessible?

    Yes, Sagrada Familia is adapted for visitors with reduced mobility, except the towers. There is a special entrance for people with disabilities who must go to the Groups Services Centre on Carrer de la Marina or the Visitors Services Centre on Carrer de Sardenya. 

    Official proof of the disability must be provided.

  • What is the best time to visit Sagrada Familia?

    The best time to visit Sagrada Família is between 9am and 10am or after 5pm when is less crowded.

  • Is there a locker at Sagrada Familia?

    There is no locker at Sagrada Familia, do not bring a suitcase or bag that will disturb your visit.

  • Does Sagrada Familia have a dress code?

    When you visit the Sagrada Família, clothes must cover the shoulders and come down to at least mid-thigh. No see-through clothing, no swimwear and it isn't allowed to draw attention for artistic, religious, promotional or any other purposes.

More Sagrada Família Barcelona FAQs

comments

@Tatiana
Hello Tatiana,
Please follow "Check availability" blue button to find more Sagrada Família tickets with other monuments of Gaudi or buses 's tours..
Tickets for Gaudí Houses for example include Sagrada Família fast entrance + Casa Vicens + La Pedrera - Casa Milà...
hope it helps you,

Have a great journey!
Gaudi tour
hello,
Any combi with other houses of Gaudi + Sagrada?
best,
@Jenny
Hello Jenny,
The Skip-The-Line Sagrada Família Tour in English takes around 1 hour 30 minutes.
Follow the link - top of the page - for a full description and duration of this guided tour.
See you soon!
how long to Sagrada Familia tour
Hello,
How long does the Sagrada Familia tour last?
just to get an idea?
best,
@fanny
Hello fanny,
The guided tour of the Sagrada Familia doesn't include the visit to the towers.
It includes:
> Fast-track access to Sagrada Familia with your group
> access to the museum inside
> 1.5-hour guided tour in English with licensed born-and-raised Barcelona guide

Enjoy your visit!
guided tour & towers
Hello,
Do we have access to the church towers during the guided tour?
thank you in advance
little information on site
I loved the Sagrada Familia, but I was a little disappointed by the lack of information signs in English. A little more signage would go a long way to helping international visitors understand what they're seeing.
:-)
@sandyCC
Hello sandyCC,
Indeed, the guided tour in English of the Sagrada Família does not include the visit of the towers.
It is the same in other languages.
The aim is to make the tour of this monument more fluid (it's more complicated with groups in rather narrow staircases).
Have a nice visit,
sagrada guided visit with tower or not?
Hello,
The guided tour with an English-speaking guide of the Sagrada Familia does not include the visit to the towers?
Can you explain
Thank you in advance
the magnificent Sagrada Familia
I recently visited the magnificent Sagrada Familia in Barcelona, and I was blown away by its beauty. The intricate stone carvings and stained glass windows were truly breathtaking, and the intricate detail in the architecture was unlike anything I had seen before. It was such a unique and awe-inspiring experience that I will never forget. The staff was also incredibly friendly and helpful, making my visit even more enjoyable.
I highly recommend visiting this incredible monument if you ever find yourself in Barcelona - you won't regret it!
Your comment has been recorded and will be published after moderation.

Close
flag-de flag-en flag-es flag-fr flag-it flag-pt logo-ba-white icon-avatar