Sagrada Familia - Skip The Line
This famous Roman Catholic church in the heart of the city was designed by revered Spanish architect Antoni Gaudí who is widely thought of as the most famous architect and resident of Barcelona.
The construction of the church began in 1882, but it was only in 1883 when Gaudí became involved and combined the Gothic and Curvilinear Art Nouveau forms that the building took on its signature style. Nowadays the Sagrada Familia has been named a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and in November 2010 it was consecrated and proclaimed a minor basilica by the Pope.
Tourists and visitors to Barcelona flock to the Sagrada Familia daily to take in all its riches, but this results in long waiting lines which can last up to up to 2 hours. This can waste your precious time in this amazing city, and so we recommend buying your tickets online. When you arrive at Sagrada Familia, simply show the tickets on your mobile phone and you can skip the long waiting lines. This means that you can enjoy your time in the Sagrada Familia without any of the stress!
How does it work?
It is very simple. Just select a timeslot when you would like to visit to book your ticket. Once you have entered the Sagrada Familia, then you can stay as long as you want.
When you choose a timeframe (e.g. 9.00-10.45) you will get a timeslot (e.g. 9.30) in that timeframe for what is available at that moment. So make sure you are available for the timeframe you have chosen.
Other important information:
The access to the towers is not possible for people with reduced mobility (as well as for children under 6 and persons under 16 unaccompanied.) The visit to the Towers is not recommended for the elderly or those with respiratory problems.
Just select the category ´disabled´ when you purchase your tickets. Mobile tickets are accepted.
C/ Mallorca, 40108013 Barcelona.
Metro: Sagrada Familia (Blue Line, L5) and (Purple Line, L2). There is also a Hop On, Hop Off bus stop at the Sagrada Familia.
October to March: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
April to September: 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.
25 and 26 December – 1 & 6 January: 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Tickets are non-refundable.