- 1.5-hour skip-the-line tour of La Sagrada Familia in Barcelona
- Enjoy fast-track entry to the stunning Barcelona monument with a prebooked ticket
- Explore the UNESCO-listed cathedral with a guide and learn all about Gaudi
- Visit La Sagrada Familia museum to see a variety of artifacts such as design sketches and plaster models
- Choose from several different start times to suit your vacation schedule
Recent Photos of This Tour
- El Beso de Judas.Photo by: LILI
United States of America, 11 2015
- Dentro de La Sagrada FamiliaPhoto by: LILI
United States of America, 11 2015
- Sagrada FamiliaPhoto by: Harry K
- Oldest part of the Sagrada ...Photo by: Douglas J D
- Interior shot of the walls ...Photo by: Kristine P
- the amazing carvingsPhoto by: Janet M
- Bagsiden af bygningenPhoto by: Birgit Friis S
- Et af de smukke glasmosaikkerPhoto by: Birgit Friis S
- De smukke hvælvingerPhoto by: Birgit Friis S
- Nuværende indgangsportalPhoto by: Birgit Friis S
- Inside Sagrada FamiliaPhoto by: tonihunt36
- Sagrada Familia - Sculptures ...Photo by: Hilde V
- Inside Sagrada FamiliaPhoto by: Harry R
- SciFi colors in an amazing ...Photo by: Shawn H
- Arc de triomphe Barcelone.Photo by: Christian G
- Fontaine de la citadelle .Photo by: Christian G
- La SagradaPhoto by: Christian G
- The Sagrada Familia ...Photo by: Patricia D
- sagrada familiaPhoto by: marcela noemi m
- Detail from the Nativity ...Photo by: Catharine A
What You Can Expect
Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site, La Sagrada Familia is consecrated and was proclaimed a minor basilica by Pope Benedict XVI. Learn all about its fascinating history from your guide, and hear how Gaudi designed the church’s interior as a Latin cross complete with five aisles. Gaze in admiration at the opulent ornamentation and walk underneath vaults that measure some 230-feet (70-meters) high.
Before leaving the church, visit La Sagrada Familia Museum to see drawings, plaster models and pictures about the development of the cathedral since the late 1880s. La Sagrada Familia remains famously unfinished, and the museum also documents information about the construction that is currently underway. The anticipated completion date of the building is 2026, the centennial of Gaudi’s death.
Your tour finishes inside the museum, but you can stay inside for longer, if you wish, to browse the exhibits at your own pace.
We really enjoyed it and our tour guide was very good
Perfect, saved so much time skipping the line and they provided a great tour with the history of Sagrada Familia
This was the second time I've been to the Sagrada Familia. First time tour operator was from Sagrada Familia - this tour was heads and shoulders above! SO good!! Much more information and presented very clearly. We were in an English/Spanish tour and I think it would be better with just English - tour guide had to repeat everything in each language although that did give us more time to look around. D
Skip the line is the only way to go, and the tour guide was very informative. Totally worth the price of admission.
Our guide was one of the best guides I have ever experienced. She was incredibly knowledgable and passionate. The time spent, 90 minutes was just right. The headphones were critical for enjoyment. I would ask that the travel agency supply a map or better instructions as to where the meeting place is as it was not where other groups meet.
Terrific Esperance the guide was very good and explained in grea t detail the history surrounding this remarkably construction. Would highly recommend this tour to others.
The story behind this bulding is very interesting, very very beautyful. The guide was very nice.
Great tour. Our guide was very informative. We feel the tour was well worth the price.
The tour was ell organized, the tour guide well informed, so we are very pleased with the whole experience.