Sagrada Familia Skip the Line Guided Tour
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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 works. 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.
Our guide to Sagrada Familia Skip the Line Guided Tour
Start the tour from our office next to Sagrada Familia. Remember you must check in at least 15 minutes before the starting time of the activity. An experienced guide will pick you up from the office and walk you to the Basilica.
Enter the monument and discover the ultimate must-see landmark in Barcelona. Learn about the history and significance of Sagrada Familia by the hand of your local guide. Marvel at the astonishing interior, rich in symbolism inspired on natural wonders. Walk freely around the nave whilst listening to your guide’s explanations of Gaudí’s masterpiece on your headsets.
Take in all the details of the perfect fusion between architecture and spirituality. Tour the outside façades and wonder at the magnificence of details. At the end of your tour, you can stay inside Sagrada Familia and visit the museum. An exhibition of drawings, models and pictures narrates the story of the Basilica. The museum also displays information on Gaudí’s life and career.
Departure: Calle Sardenya 311, Barcelona. Julia Travel Office.
Duration: Please allow approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes for your tour
Around 1 hour and 30 minutes.
Terms and conditions
Terms and conditions for Sagrada Familia Skip the Line Guided Tour
- Free cancellations for bookings cancelled with the supplier 72 hours prior to the tour date. No refunds are given for cancellations made within 72 hours of tour date.
- We cannot predict when the Sagrada Familia will be crowded. In general, long lines are common in the summer, on most weekends and during peak travel periods throughout the year (Christmas, Easter, local holidays). These skip-the-line tickets enable you to skip the line if, indeed, there is one. Unfortunately there is no way to foresee which days and times will produce lines, and which will not.
- The Sagrada Familia reserves the right to refuse admission. At the entrance, visitors will have their bags, rucksacks, luggage and personal items checked
- Children aged 3 and under travel free.
- 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 or with flip-flops. No see-through clothing, plunging necklines, exposed backs or bellies. No hats are allowed inside the nave or the museum except for religious, health or belief-related reasons.
- The guide will have one ticket for the whole group, which must enter together. Late arrival to the meeting point will result in the loss of the tour, as the same tickets cannot be used again because they will be validated at the Sagrada Familia entrance.
- Unfortunately this tour is not wheelchair accessible.
- Due to limited capacity of the elevators, there can be a waiting time between the basilica and museum guided tour and elevator access. Towers visit will be without guide. The lift´s working is subject to cancellation depending on weather conditions and other force majeure causes. The walk down from the towers is to be made by the stairs.
- Julià Travel reserves the right to change the itinerary or cancel the tour due to events being celebrated in the city or force majeure reasons
Frequently Asked Questions for Sagrada Familia Skip the Line Guided Tour
Is La Sagrada accessible for people with reduced mobility?
BASILICA: All areas of the Basilica are accessible, except for the towers.
CASA MUSEU GAUDÍ: The Casa Museu Gaudí is not fully adapted. However, people with reduced mobility can access the ground floor and the garden, and information is provided on the first floor.
Are wheelchairs available at La Sagrada?
The Basilica makes its own wheelchairs available to users. They can be requested at access C on Carrer de la Marina, always subject to availability at that time. For more information, you can call 93 208 04 14 or write to the email address [email protected]
Is La Sagrada completed?
Yes - nearly!!
After a wait of more than 140 years, five central towers of Barcelona's famous Sagrada Familia Basilica are at last finished. When the sixth and final central tower is finished—expected in 2026—construction of the church, which began in 1882, will be complete