Visit the most important landmark in the city of Barcelona. Admire Gaudi’s mastery and make sure not to miss out on the rich symbolism of his work. Learn about the history and significance of Sagrada Familia by the hand of your local guide. Discover how nature influenced and inspired Gaudí on his planning. After your guided tour, climb one of the towers for breathtaking views of Barcelona!
- Sagrada Familia is a unique work for its high and decorated towers and its geometrical shape, a loved masterpiece by its visitors.
- The spectacular columns of Sagrada Familia’s inside remind of trees that split their branches into the vault.
- The stained glass windows allow the sunlight to shine inside the temple, light that create magic and vivid colour-scheme.
- The towers offer an astonishing views of Barcelona from the top of this Gaudí’s masterpiece.
- Local guide.
- Bilingual or monolingual tour, depending on chosen date and time.
- Radio guide system.
- Admission to the Basilica of the Sagrada Familia.
- Elevator to one of the towers (one way – up).
- Hotel pickup and drop-off.
- Food and drinks, unless specified.
- Failure to show up at the established check-in time may entail losing the tour.
- Important information to parents/guardians: Sagrada Familia does not provide radio guide systems to minors under 10 years (those included). Your guide will provide you with the needed devices for you all to enjoy a guided tour.
- Please note: Radio guide system is offered to groups of more than 9 people.
- Due to security checks held by Sagrada Familia, waiting times to access the venue may be longer on some days. No refunds will be provided.
- Please note you will have to walk down the stairs.
- You will visit the towers without your guide.
- Sagrada Familia reserves the right to close the access to the towers due to weather conditions or other force majeure causes without prior notice.
- Children under age 6, unaccompanied children from 7 to 17, people with reduced mobility, those who suffer from vertigo or cardiovascular diseases are not allowed to go up the towers.
- The site is a Catholic church; a dress code is required to enter to the venue.
- Knees and shoulders MUST be covered for both men and women.
- Visitors cannot enter barefoot. No flip flops permitted.
- No hats are allowed inside the nave or the museum except for religious, health or belief-related reasons.
- No see-through clothing permitted.
- Access with plunging necklines, exposed backs or bellies is not permitted.