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Fast Track Tickets to Sagrada Familia

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Skip-the-line tickets to Barcelona’s top attraction

  • Visit Barcelona’s most sought after attraction with these fast track tickets that allow you seamless access into one of the most breathtaking basilicas in the world.
  • Save yourself up to 2 hours in ticket queues with these fast-selling tickets that give you a chance to explore Antoni Gaudi's prized creation for as long as you wish.
  • With your audio guide in hand (optional additional purchase), enter the sanctum and be overwhelmed by the scale and gothic architecture of this constantly evolving masterpiece.
  • Students, Seniors and Youth ( 12 to 29 yrs) enjoy reduced ticket prices. Entry for children aged 11 and below is free, however, they will not be provided an audio guide.
  • Groups with more than a total of 9 people will not be given access to the Basilica. If you wish to visit with a larger group, you must book a guided visit as per the rules of the Basilica.
  • These tickets cannot be canceled, amended or rescheduled.
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Fast Track Guided Tour of Sagrada Familia

Skip The Line Guided Tour Instant Confirmation Mobile Tickets Duration: 1 Hour Flexible Cancellation

Exclusive guided tour of Barcelona's unfinished attraction

  • Gain fast track entry to the Sagrada Familia on this small group tour (no more than 20 people) with your bilingual or monolingual guide.
  • Start your tour from the Sagrada Familia Museum, situated beneath the basilica and discover artifacts from the basilica's history and Gaudi’s life. Your tickets are inclusive of the entry fee to the museum.
  • Listen to gripping stories about the influence of Catalan culture on Gaudi’s architectural style, the ideology behind the Nativity and Passion facade of the basilica and many more interesting lores about this iconic attraction.
  • With complimentary headsets to hear your guide's commentary clearly, this guided experience is only a few euros more than a regular entry ticket making it the most cost-effective guided tour available on the internet!
  • You may cancel up to 48 hours in advance for a full refund.
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Skip the Line Sagrada Familia Guided Tour with Transportation

Guided Tour Mobile Tickets Duration: 2.5 Hours Includes Transportation Flexible Cancellation

Exclusive fast-track guided tour to a Catalonian wonder

  • Gain skip-the-line access to the world-famous Sagrada Familia and learn about the details of Gaudi’s life from your English-speaking tour guide.
  • Enjoy an exclusive 2.5-hour guided visit of Antoni Gaudi’s most exquisite architectural works, the Casa Batlló and La Pedrera at the Passeig de Gràcia avenue, and finally, the Sagrada Familia.
  • Start your journey by boarding comfortable, air-conditioned buses, and driving through Passeig de Gràcia avenue, while your guide ushers you with quips and anecdotes about the interesting life of Antoni Gaudi.
  • Get down at the renowned Sagrada Familia, and skim past massive crowds with skip-the-line access. Enjoy the stunning views outside, in the Basilica, and the museum.
  • You may cancel up to 24 hours in advance for a full refund.
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Guided Tour of Sagrada Familia and Park Güell with No Wait Entry

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Fast-track access and immersive guided tour of Antoni Gaudi's cherished landmarks. Includes transfers

  • Skip the entry crowds and head straight in with an expert guide to explore Barcelona's top attractions - Sagrada Familia and Park Guell
  • Get deep insights into two of Gaudi's flamboyant creations that are paragons of Catalan Modernisme architecture
  • Teeming with vivid colors and curved lines, Park Guell is Gaudi's tribute to the natural flow found in nature. Initially built as a residential estate, this attraction makes for a great picnic spot!
  • A work in progress for nearly 140 years, the Sagrada Familia is a stunning minor basilica that holds the attention of visitors with gorgeous artistic accents from every angle
  • Get a full refund on canceling this ticket up to 48 hours before the schedule
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Sagrada Familia Fast Track Tickets with Tower Access and Audio Guide

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Skip The Line entry into one of Barcelona's must-visit attractions

  • Tickets that give you access to the Sagrada Familia’s Basilica and Tower are hard to come by at this price, but not if you buy them online in advance!
  • Bypass the notorious ticket queue and walk into the most ambitious and eccentric architectural projects of the century, the Sagrada Familia with this all-access ticket.
  • Take a lift atop one of the two towers - Nativity or Passion Tower and enjoy unparalleled views of the city of Barcelona, after which you will have an exciting descend via stairs.
  • Navigate your way through the vast, overwhelming depths of the basilica and gain a unique insight into the significance of its art and architecture with the help of an audio guide in the language of your choice.
  • Please note that the time slot you choose is the time at which you will gain entry to the tower. Your entry to the Basilica will be 30-45 minutes prior to the time slot you choose for entry to the tower.
  • Children under the age of 6 will not be allowed entry into the towers and those under 16 must be accompanied by an adult. Tower access is also not recommended for pregnant or claustrophobic people.
  • Students, Seniors and Youth (11 to 30 yrs) enjoy reduced ticket prices. Entry for children aged 11 and below is free, however, they will not be provided an audio guide.
  • Groups with more than a total of 9 people will not be given access to the Basilica. If you wish to visit with a larger group, you must book a guided visit as per the rules of the Basilica.
  • These tickets cannot be cancelled, amended or rescheduled.
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Fast Track Guided Tour to Sagrada Familia with Tower Access

Skip The Line Guided Tour Instant Confirmation Mobile Tickets Duration: 2 Hours Flexible Cancellation

Guided tour of Antoni Gaudi's most popular creation. Skip The Line access included.

  • Make the most of your time in Barcelona with this guided visit to the Sagrada Familia with fast track access into the basilica and a chance to climb either the Passion or Nativity towers.
  • Start your tour from the Sagrada Familia Museum, situated beneath the basilica and discover artifacts from the basilica's history and Gaudi’s life. Your tickets are inclusive of the entry fee to the museum.
  • Trust your expert guide (bilingual or monolingual) to not only take you to the most beautiful parts of the basilica but also give you insider insights into Gaudi’s gothic architectural style and the ideology behind the intricately designed facades of the Basilica.
  • With both the towers promising terrific panoramas, scale the heights via a lift and consume the unparalleled views of Barcelona city, after which you’ll embark on an exciting descend via stairs.
  • You may cancel up to 48 hours in advance for a full refund.
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Sagrada Familia Tickets

The Sagrada Familia project began in 1882 and more than 135 years later, it still remains unfinished. Designed by Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí, the Sagrada Familia features tall towers, intricately designed facades and takes inspiration from nature with fruit motifs, seashells and angled pillars on the inside that create the effect of standing beneath the canopy of a majestic forest. The stained glass windows, divided in shades of red, blue, green and yellow and ochre, creates a magnificent sight when sunlight pours in through the colorful fragments of glass. An architectural marvel, the Sagrada Familia attracts more than 4.5 million visitors a year and is the most visited monument in Spain. 


With the Sagrada Familia tickets, visitors can explore the interior of the church, the different Facades, climb the Sagrada Familia Towers and visit the Sagrada Familia Museum for an inside look into Gaudi’s working process and the history of the construction. 

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Sagrada Familia Fast Track Entry Tickets

Explore La Sagrada Familia with the fast track admission ticket. With this ticket, skip past the long queues with priority access into the Basilica.

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Sagrada Familia Fast Track Tickets with Tower Access and Audio Guide
Guided Tour of Sagrada Familia with Tower Access
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Facilities and Practical Information
Which entrance should I use if I have purchased Sagrada Familia entry tickets online? 

If you have pre-purchased an individual entry ticket online, use the Nativity façade entrance gate with the black umbrellas. This gate is reserved for people with online tickets. 

Which Basilica entrance should I use if I am coming in a group?

If you're coming in a group of 10 people or more, or have tickets for a group tour, use the Carrer de la Marina entrance to the Basilica.

Can I purchase Sagrada Familia tickets at the entrance?

There are counters at the basilica where you can purchase your Sagrada Familia tickets. 

However, due to the popularity of the attraction, the ticket queues are extremely long and the wait time can be anything between 60 mins to 2 hours during the peak season. We recommend buying your Sagrada Familia tickets online to save time. 

What are the Sagrada Familia opening hours?

BASILICA: 

November - February from 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM 

March from 9:00 AM to 7:00 PM

April - September from 9:00 AM to 8:00 PM 

October from 9:00 AM to 7:00 PM 

December 25 & 26 and 1 & 6 January from 9:00 AM  to 2:00 PM 


GAUDÍ HOUSE MUSEUM:

October - March from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM

April -  September from 9:00 AM to 8:00 PM

December 25 & 26 and 1 & 6 January from 10:00 AM  to 2:00 PM 

The opening times may vary on special event days. 

What is the best time to visit the Sagrada Familia?

The best time to visit Sagrada Familia is in the mornings between 9:00 AM and 10:00 AM. It is relatively less crowded at the time, making it easier to explore the attraction and climb the towers at your own pace. The cathedral’s stained glass windows are most beautiful at noon and at sunset when the sunlight pours in through the colorful fragments of glass. Although more crowded at these times, a fast track entry ticket will help you skip past the long entry lines and enjoy the view before the crowds pour in. 

When are the Sagrada Familia Mass timings?

An international mass is held at the Basilica of the Sagrada Família on Saturdays, Sundays, holy days of obligation and the eve of holy days of obligation. The service lasts approximately 1 hour and is conducted in several languages. This mass is open to everyone and free to attend, however, spaces are limited. 

The Sagrada Familia also hosts extraordinary Masses throughout the year. These masses can be attended by invitation only. 

International Mass Timings: 

  • Saturday and on the eve of holy days of obligation- 8:00 AM 
  • Sunday and on holy days of obligation - 9: 00 AM 

Where is the Sagrada Familia located?

The Sagrada Familia is located in the heart of Barcelona and is easily accessible by bus, by metro or on You can also opt for a guided tour of the Sagrada Familia with included transportation.

Taking a guided tour with transportation to the Sagrada Familia

A popular option among visitors, you can opt for a guided tour that includes convenient round-trip transportation to the Sagrada Familia on air-conditioned buses. 

Not only is this a hassle-free option, it also comes with the added benefits of fast track access into the basilica and an expert local guide. 

Getting to the Sagrada Familia by Metro

You can board either the L2 or L5 trains lines and get down at Sagrada Familia station. 

Getting to the Sagrada Familia by Bus 

Take any of 19, 33, 34, 43, 44, 50, 51, B20 or B24 buses and get down at the Sagrada Familia stop. 

Is there a queue to get into the Sagrada Familia? 

Due to the popularity of the attraction, the Sagrada Familia draws a large number of visitors every day. The wait time in ticket queues can take up to 60 minutes or up to 2 hours during the peak seasons. Buy your tickets online in advance to avoid the long wait times. 

How can I skip the lines at Sagrada Familia? 

Save yourself up to 2 hours of waiting in line by purchasing a fast track entry ticket or a guided tour pass online. 

Does the Sagrada Familia have a dress code?

As it is a Catholic church, visitors must be appropriately dressed:

  • No see-through clothing
  • Shoulders must be covered 
  • Trousers and skirts must come down to at least mid-thigh
  • Visitors will not be allowed to enter wearing clothing that celebrates any sort of festivities or has decorations with religious or promotional themes
  • Visitors may not enter barefoot 
  • No hats are allowed inside the church or the museum except for religious or health reasons 
What languages are audio guides available in?

Audio Guides are available in 16 languages:

Catalan (CA), Spanish (ES), English (EN), French (FR), German (DE), Italian (IT), Chinese (ZH), Japanese (JA), Portuguese (PT), Russian (RU), Hungarian (HU), Korean (KO), Swedish (SV), Finnish (FI), Dutch (NL) and Polish (PL).

What languages are the guided tours available in?

Guided tours are available in English (EN), Spanish (ES), French (FR) and German (DE) 

Are there luggage storage facilities at Sagrada Familia? 

There are no locker facilities for suitcases and bulky items. Small bags and items can be stored temporarily when visitors climb the tower. 

Is Sagrada Familia wheelchair accessible?

Yes. The Basilica has free wheelchairs available for visitors with reduced mobility, a special accessible entrance for the disabled and ramps throughout the visitor path.

Explore the Sagrada Familia

The Sagrada Familia Basilica
The Façades
Sagrada Familia Towers
Sagrada Familia Museum
Sagrada Familia Mass
The Sagrada Familia Basilica

In 1883, Spanish architect Antoni Gaudi took over the design and construction of a church in Barcelona dedicated to the Holy Family- “The Sagrada Familia". Extremely passionate about this project, Gaudi continued to work on the church until his death in 1926. Although aware that he would not live to see the project complete, Gaudi designed and laid the foundations for several elements including the naves, the facades and built models for the domes.

Gaudi’s plans, models and records were used to guide all the architects who have continued to work on the Sagrada Familia project. More than 135 year later, It remains unfinished and is estimated to be completed in 2026, the 100th anniversary of Antoni Gaudí's death. 

The Façades

The Sagrada Familia has three monumental façades, each connected to the life of Jesus Christ: The Nativity Facade represents the birth of Christ and was the first part of the church that was built by Gaudi. The Passion Facade represents the Passion, Death, and Resurrection of Christ. The Glory Facade represents Christ’s eternal glory and is the only one yet to be completed. It features scenes of Christ's rise to heaven and eternal bliss. Although unfinished, the glory facade is already taller than any of the other church towers.

Sagrada Familia Towers

The towers of the Sagrada Familia Basilica are a formidable sight. Of the 18 towers that Gaudi envisioned, 8 have been completed - 4 towers on the Nativity Facade and 4 towers on the Passion Facade. You can access these towers if you have a ticket with tower admission enabled. The towers on the Nativity Facade look over the east of Barcelona while the towers of the Passion Facade face the city centre. You can use an elevator to go up the tower, however, one must take the stairs down from the towers.

Do I need an additional ticket to access to the Sagrada Familia Towers?

Access to the Sagrada Familia Towers is not included with the standard admission ticket. You will have to buy a ticket that includes tower access. These tickets allow you to enter the church as well as climb either the Nativity or Passion Facade tower.

Sagrada Familia Museum

The Sagrada Familia Museum is an underground exhibition that houses Gaudi’s construction models, drawings, contemporary photographs and ceremonial furnishings. In the fire of 1936, many of Gaudi’s designs and plaster models were destroyed. After a painstaking process of collecting the destroyed models and restoring them, the Sagrada Familia Museum was opened in the semi-basement under the Passion façade.

Today, visitors can visit the museum to learn more about the life and working process of Gaudi and look at these models to get an understanding of the scale of the construction that Gaudi initiated.

Do I need a separate ticket to access the Sagrada Familia Museum?
Sagrada Familia Mass

An international mass is held at the Basilica of the Sagrada Família on Saturdays, Sundays, holy days of obligation and the eve of holy days of obligation. The service lasts approximately 1 hour and is conducted in several languages. This mass is open to everyone and free to attend, however, spaces are limited. 
The Sagrada Familia also hosts extraordinary Masses throughout the year. These masses can be attended by invitation only. 

International Mass Timings: 

  • Saturday and on the eve of holy days of obligation- 8:00 AM 
  • Sunday and on holy days of obligation - 9: 00 AM