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Discover the best entrance to Sagrada Familia

Where is Sagrada Familia located?

Address: Carrer Mallorca, 401 08013, Barcelona, Spain

Gaudi’s Sagrada Familia, located in the city of Barcelona in Spain, on Carrer Mallorca, right opposite Placa de Gaudi, was designed by the renowned Spanish architect Antoni Gaudi. A landmark church, it is one of the most popular attractions of Barcelona and one of its most important monuments. Read on to learn more about Sagrada Familia entrances.

How to access Sagrada Familia entrances

Bus: You can access the general or group entrance from the Mallorca - Marina stop, which is about 150 meters away from the basilica. Or, you can access the rear entrance on c/de la Sardenya from the Sagrada Familia stop.

Metro: Take lines L2 or L5 to reach Sagrada Familia. You can access both, general and group entrances.

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Sagrada Familia entrance location and getting there

There are 3 entrances to the Sagrada Familia - the general entrance, the entrance for group visits, and the entrance for school visits. Here’s everything you need to know about it.

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Sagrada Familia Entrances

2. Group Entrance

Where Is It? Nativity Facade on c/ de la Marina - to the left

How to Reach? Take a right on the Nativity Facade of the Sagrada Familia located on c/ de la Marina.

Entrance Timings: This entrance is open on all days of the week from 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM.

Average Wait Time: Advanced bookings will help you enter the attraction without waiting in the queue. Without pre-booked tickets, you may have to wait up anywhere from 30 mins to 2 hours depending on the time of the year.

Facilities: Skip the line Entry, Disabled Access

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3. Entrance for School Visits

Where Is It? C/ de la Sardenya

How to Reach? This entrance is located on c/ de la Sardenya.

Entrance Timings: This entrance is open only for school groups, so there are no specific opening timings.

Average Wait Time: Wait times depend on the time of the year.

Disabled access


The Sagrada Familia is accessible to wheelchair users. The wheelchair entrance is located at the back of the church, on c/ de la Sardenya.

Navigating the Basilica:

  • Lifts: Lifts are available at both entrances and provide access to different levels of the Sagrada Familia.
  • Ramps: Ramps are available throughout the basilica, allowing easy access to most areas.
  • Accessible restrooms: Accessible restrooms are located near the entrances and on different levels of the basilica.

How to enter the Sagrada Familia?

To enter the Sagrada Familia, you must purchase tickets. There are numerous options available, ranging from basic entry tickets to more comprehensive guided tours. Once you have purchased tickets, note that there are 3 entrances to the Sagrada Familia. The general entrance is located on c/ de la Marina on the right, and the group entrance on the left.




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Frequently asked questions about Sagrada Familia entrances

How many Sagrada Familia Entrances are there in total?

There are 3 entrances to the Sagrada Familia - group entrance, general entrance, and the entrance for school visits.

Are all Sagrada Familia entrances open currently?

Yes, all entrances to the Sagrada Familia are open currently. 

Where is the general entrance located?

The group entrance is located on the Nativity Facade, on c/ de la Marina, on the right.

Where is the group entrance located?

The group entrance is located on the Nativity Facade, on c/ de la Marina, on the left.

Where is the entrance for school visits located?

The entrance for school visits is located on c/ de la Sarenya.

Which is the best entrance to Sagrada Familia for visitors with tickets?

The best entrance to the Sagrada Familia for visitors with tickets is the General Entrance located on c’ de la Marina. 

Which entrance should I use if I am part of a group?

If you are part of a group, use the group entrance present on the Nativity Facade on c/ de la Marina and take a left. 

What are the timings of the Sagrada Familia?

From November to February, the attraction is open from 9 AM to 6 PM from Monday to Saturday and from 10:30 AM to 6:00 PM on Sundays. From April to September, the attraction is open from 9 AM to 8 PM from Monday to Saturday and from 10:30 AM to 8 PM on Sundays. In March and October, the attraction is open from 9 AM to 7 PM from Monday to Saturday, and from 10:30 AM to 7 PM on Sundays.

What entrance to use when you don’t have entry tickets?

You must purchase tickets at the general entrance if you do not already have entry tickets to the Sagrada Familia.

What time should you visit the Sagrada Familia to avoid long waiting times?

Visit the Sagrada Familia early in the mornings on weekdays to avoid long waiting times. 

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