Sagrada Familia Tickets

Timings

9 am to 8 pm

Highlights

Nativity, Passion Facade

Location

C/ de Mallorca, 401,

Duration

2 to 3 hours

Best time

9 am and 11 am

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Price

From €33

Top Tickets for Sagrada Familia

Entry Ticket with Audio Guide 

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€33

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1 Day

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Tower Access Ticket

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69

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1.5 hrs.

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Barcelona & Sagrada Half-Day Tour with Hotel Pickup

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€79

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5 Hrs.

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Sagrada Familia and Park Güell Tour

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€89

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4.5 Hrs.

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Sagrada Família, Park Güell and Casa Batlló

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€219

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5.5 Hrs.

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Which Sagrada Familia Ticket is best for you?

For Independent Explorer

For Independent Explorer

Recommended Ticket:

Entry with Audio Guide

Price: Starting from €33

This tour is perfect for those who prefer a self-guided experience.

With this ticket, explore Sagrada Familia at your own pace with a multilingual audio guide and learn about Gaudi’s masterpiece and its symbolism.

This is a certified tour with the highest reviews and is also preferred by most travelers and locals alike.

For Adventurous Traveler

For Adventurous Traveler

Recommended Ticket:

Tower Access Ticket

Price: Starting from €69

This is ideal for those who want a guided visit with a unique perspective.

Visit the interior with a guide, then ascend the Nativity or Passion Facade for panoramic city views. 

At the end, explore the museum to learn more about the history of the basilica.

For Time-Conscious Traveler

Budget Conscious Traveler

Recommended Ticket:

Barcelona: Go City Explorer Pass

Price: Starting from €69

This is a perfect package for those who want to explore Barcelona beyond Sagrada Familia.

Save money by visiting multiple attractions with this flexible pass. 

Choose from 2-7 top Barcelona experiences, including Sagrada and potentially other popular sites. 

Know the Sagrada Familia

Sagrada Familia in Barcelona was designed by the architectural genius – Antoni Gaudi.

Gaudí was a devout Catholic, and his faith permeated his work. Sagrada was intended to glorify God and the Virgin Mary. 

The design incorporates Christian symbolism throughout, from the facades depicting scenes from Christ’s life to the towering spires representing apostles and evangelists.

Gaudí was deeply inspired by the organic forms and intricate details found in nature. He incorporated these elements into the basilica’s architecture. 

Look closely at the facades, and you will see that the sculptures are realistic depictions of flora and fauna.

There is also a symbolic meaning behind the towers. The 18 towers represent the 12 apostles, the 4 evangelists, the Virgin Mary, and Jesus Christ.

Additionally, the facade’s heights often correspond to specific biblical events.

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Plan Your Visit

Opening Hours

The Basilica is open from 9 am to 8 pm on Monday to Saturday.

On Sundays, the operating hours are slightly shorter, with entry starting at 10.30 am and ending at 6 pm.

Sundays: 10.30 am to 6 pm (Varies)

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Getting There

Metro is the most convenient and recommended way to reach the Sagrada. Both Lines L2 and L5 will take you directly to the basilica.

Several bus lines also stop near the Sagrada Familia, offering another flexible option. You can use lines H10, H14, D40, B20, B24.

Taxis are readily available throughout Barcelona and can be convenient if you have luggage or limited mobility.

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Dress Code

Sagrada is a sacred place of worship so avoid overly revealing clothing, sleeveless shirts, or shorts above the knee.

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Entrances

Nativity Facade: This entrance is specifically for groups of up to 20 people entering together.

Glory Facade: This entrance is situated on the opposite side of the Basilica and is designated for individual visitors.

St. Joseph Facade: This entrance is reserved for school visits. 

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  • Look for the turtle on the Nativity Facade; the Passion Facade’s gargoyles depict modern-day vices like smoking.
  • Depending on your group size, head to the appropriate entrance. The individual entrance is for solo travelers, while the group entrance accommodates up to 20.
  • There are no lockers at the basilica, so avoid bringing bulky luggage.
  • The basilica offers wheelchair access and a separate entrance for visitors with disabilities.
  • Witness the beautiful basilica illuminated at night. Check the schedule to know about its timings.
  • Every Sunday at 9 am, an international mass is held at the Basilica. Everyone can attend the mass for free.

Highlights

Nativity Facade

Nativity Facade

This facade bursts with colorful sculptures that tell the story of Jesus’ birth. You can look at the intricate details like the shepherds, the Three Kings, and other biblical figures.

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Passion Facade

Passion Facade

The Passion Facade is a portrayal of Jesus’ suffering and crucifixion, reflecting a somber mood with stark contrasts of light and shadow.

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Glory Facade

Glory Facade

The Glory Facade, still being built, will showcase Jesus’s glory in heaven. It’s designed to be the Sagrada’s grandest facade.

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Stained Glass Windows

Stained Glass Windows

The stained glass windows bathe the interior in a mystical light, creating an awe-inspiring atmosphere.

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