La Sagrada Familia is one of Spain’s most visited attractions, drawing close to three million visitors every year. If travelers have time for one sightseeing excursion in Barcelona, the Sagrada Familia should probably be it.
This admission ticket grants access to the church—Antoni Gaudi’s unfinished masterpiece—and to the two towers that are open to the public. Because ticket lines at this UNESCO World Heritage site can get long, prebooking your admission ticket saves you precious vacation time. Also, admission to the towers must be booked in advance.
Explore the church at your own pace during the site's hours of operation, and take a lift up the towers when you’re ready. You can choose to visit the tower on the Nativity façade with views over east Barcelona, or the tower on the Passion façade with views over the city center. Visitors must take stairs down the towers.
Please note that much of the basilica and museum are wheelchair accessible, but the towers are not, and eating, drinking, and smoking are prohibited on the basilica grounds. Also, children younger than six cannot go up the towers and children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.