Plaza De La Sagrada Familia
- Address: Plaça de la Sagrada Família, s/n, 08013 Barcelona, Spain
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Garden
Plaça de la Sagrada Família is a spectacular city square garden in Barcelona, Spain. The prime feature of this park is the magnificent cathedral considered to be Gaudi’s masterpiece and boasting of modernist design. The tall structure makes for a majestic sight to behold and leaves everyone awestruck. The carvings that were done on the church showcase skillful craftsmanship. This beautiful structure is a piece of study for the connoisseurs of architecture. The cathedral surroundings are beautified by the lush green garden which is well-maintained and pruned. A place that would take your breath away, this is a must-visit when you are in Barcelona.
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Great, great place. We purchased basic entry tickets for 4:30 pm and the sun was shining through the windows perfectly for the most amazing photos. I wish I had purchased the other tickets that gave you more access. Worth the price.
Still got scaffolding up, but a really wonderful building - definitely worth going inside - you get a time allocated admission ticket, so if you plan it well you won't be queuing long..
Brilliant and spectacular place. I have witnessed this attraction several times and it always makes me stop and stare. Beautiful building work and stunning attention to detail. Its a must visit
Not to be missed! Probably the most well known building in Spain if not Europe. This temple, dedicated to the holy family, is THE great monument to modern architecture. The devout Antonio Gaudi dedicated 43 years of his life to the building of this church which is like no other in the world. Not set to be completed until 2026 it was consecrated by Pope Benedict in 2010. The view from the top of the towers is incredible. Leave at three hours to do the whole tour and don't forget to go beneath the church to see the history and other fascinating exhibits.
Great for walking dogs and catching pokemon. Large area to walk dogs. Too busy to be relaxing. Furthest left of the park smells of urine during the hot season (May - October), probably from the various large bars nearby.