Sagrada FamiliaCurrently Closed
- Address: Carrer de Mallorca, 401, 08013 Barcelona, Spain
- Timings: 09:00 am - 08:00 pm Details
- Phone: +34-935132060
- Ticket Price: 15 EUR
- Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
- Tags: Art And Culture, Church, Religious Site, Landmark, Historical Site, Family And Kids, Architecture , Cathedral
Sagrada Familia - Review
To call the Sagrada Familia beautiful would be an understatement. Antonio Gaudi, the genius designer who has designed Sagrada Familia has left his mark almost all over Barcelona. But this particular building is one of the most striking-looking structures ever built. Although it is incomplete it has a very unique and royal splendour that makes beholding it a rare pleasure.
The famous Nativity façade is extremely intricately sculpted and was finished by the architect himself. Two of the towers have been joint a bridge which can be accessed and provides a spectacular vantage point. There are several reptilian designs, which are Gaudi’s signature, sculpted into stone. The charity doorway especially is exceptional as it not only features intricate stonework but also glasswork. In fact, the carving and sculpting is so rich and varied it has to be seen to be believed. It is hence nor surprising that this historic building has achieved an iconic status not just in Barcelona but all over the world!
Sagrada Familia Information
- With the ticket you can view Gaudí's workshop next to the building of the Museum of the Sagrada Familia.
- Be sure to dress a bit conservatively since the place was designed to be a church.
- Access to the towers is not possible for wheelchair users.
- Guided tours available in Catalan, Spanish, English, French, Italian and German.
- Audio guides available in Catalan, Spanish, English, French, German, Italian, Chinese, Portuguese and Russian.
Sagrada Familia Ticket Prices
- With Barcelona Card: € 13.80 and Reduced admission: € 12.80
- Audio Guide: € 5.00
- Lift Ride: € 4,50 and Disabled (65%): Free admission (+1 accompanying person)
- Visit+ Guided tour: 24 Euros
- Visit+ audio guide+ towers: 29 Euros
- Visit+ audio guide: 22 Euros
- Combined ticket with Gaudi
- Free: children 10 and under, people with accredited disability 65% or higher + 1 companion, the unemployed (Wednesdays afternoon)
- Discounted Rates: students, under 18s, seniors
Sagrada Familia Hours
- Ticket office closes 15 minutes prior to the closing time.
How To reach Sagrada Familia by Public Transport
- Subway Line L2, L5- Stop Sagrada Familia, bus N0, N7
Restaurants Near Sagrada Familia
- Restaurante Sant-Joan is nearby: Spanish HomeStyle Cooking
- Bar Mut
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Things to Know Before Visiting Sagrada Familia
95% of people who visit Barcelona include Sagrada Familia in their plan
08 AM - 09 AM
79.23% of people start their Sagrada Familia visit around 08 AM - 09 AM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Sagrada Familia
83.64% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Sagrada Familia
Sagrada Familia Trips
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Sagrada Familia, Barcelona Reviews
I read many mixed reviews before going but I was absolutely in awe and am so glad I decided to go. It is an incredible architectural masterpiece and worth seeing. I did not do the tower tour or the audio guide but the free informational video and placards were sufficient for me. I would also recommend going around 6:15 or 6:30 because the cathedral is incredible during the sunset. The manipulation of natural light and angles is truly breathtaking.
Beautiful and unique. A must see site in the city. Construction is going very fast these days and you ticket fees go towards the construction. The stained glass windows are amazing and go from dark colors at the bottom to lighter at the top...toward heaven. Two tower facades are available to go up for an extra price. You get assigned a time for that. The lifts are not always working and you won't know if you can go up until you actually get there. The internal and external structures have so many tiny details that it would take weeks to discover them all.
Amazing place! First visited it 10 years ago and it still brings unbelievable energy to me. Totally different inside and outside of this place: monumental from the outside, and light divine place inside. If I had a chance I would visit it much more often, so if you have the chance to get inside, don't hesitate for a second. I've never felt so peaceful and enlightened in a religious place.
It's is a very beautiful church. No question about that. The construction time it has taken also explains it. You can see cranes over the church today as well. A bit too pricey to enter. At the front of the church there is a road and not much open space to take a picture which is sad. Good connection with metro. Recommended
An amazing place with breath talking architecture. We crawled through this place taking every inch of detail that we could discover and enjoyed every minute of it. Ensure you visit the crypt before leaving as well. A lot of the structure and small details show the highest amount of hand crafted detailed that took years to carve, craft and create. If you want a place that will inspire you by it's architectural design look no further, this place is something to take in.