TICKETS - OPTIONS AND COSTS
We list below the types of ticket available and rates for online purchase.
- GUIDED TOUR. Price: € 29.50 for adults and € 26 for children aged 10 to 17 years, free for children up to 9 years.
- GENERAL ADMISSION. Prices: 15 € adults / 13 € students under 30 years old / 11 € pensioners / free children 11 years old and people with reduced mobility *.
- INPUT WITH AUDIO-GUIDE. Prices: 22 € adults / 20 € students under 30 years old / 17 € pensioners / 6 € children 11 years old and people with reduced mobility *.
- INPUT WITH TOWER AND AUDIO-GUIDE. Prices: 29 € adults / 27 € students under 30 years old / 22 € pensioners / free under 11 years old (no option provided for people with physical disabilities). Warning! Children under six years can not climb the towers!
* People with reduced mobility equal to or greater than 65% are entitled to a companion who will enjoy the same discounts.
Ticket Purchase Sagrada Familia
HOURS OF VISITS
- From April to September from 9:00 to 20:00.
- From November to February from 9:00 to 18:00.
- October and March from 9:00 to 19:00.
- 25 and 26 December and 1 and 6 January from 9:00 to 14:00.
EXPERT ADVICE: If you can, avoid visiting the Sagrada Familia the weekend, it really is very busy! Look at this video I shot at ´ Sagrada input to get an idea of the code you might meet here (and in the other major attractions in Barcelona !!!).
GUIDED TOUR OF THE SAGRADA FAMILIA
By partnering with Barcelona Tourism, we can offer an exclusive service of guided tour.
At the time of purchase, you will receive an email with confirmation of payment by eMobility and within 24 hours the receipt will arrive along with all the necessary details to join the tour. The voucher can print it or display it on the phone while driving.
Several people have confirmed that this is a good service; The same tour is offered for Parc Güell and the Picasso Museum.
HISTORY AND OTHER INFORMATION ON THE SAGRADA FAMILIA
I heard several comments about the beauty of the famous Basilica of the Sagrada Familia in Barcelona, but I thought they were a bit exaggerated, I often have high expectations of something only to be disappointed by reality ... but this time it did not happen that way at all!
Emerging from the metro L2 purple or blue L5 (Sagrada Familia stop) you will find yourself in front of this symbol of modernist inspiration that is the Templo Expiatorio de la Sagrada Familia (original name of the church). Its beauty will make you forget the rising star of the escalators ... be careful not to fall! ?? Personally, is one of the most original architecture. I´ve ever seen in my life ... only a fool could think of building such a thing, but you know, the line between genius and madness is subtle and Gaudí´s master was definitely a genius.
Remember that in Barcelona you will find many of his famous works among which the Casa Batllo, the Parc Guell and La Pedrera; within the latter encounter a floor dedicated to miniatures that illustrate the design of the Basilica and other major works of Gaudí. If you are a real master of connoisseurs and fans do not miss this gem: Gaudí took advantage of the construction of the Colonia Güell to experience various architectural techniques applied later in the Sagrada Familia. If you want to make a visit to Cologne take the lines S33, S8 or S4 train Ferrocarril FGC from Plaça d´Espanya and get off at the Colonia Güell.
Back to us: perhaps not everyone knows that the temple of the Sagrada Familia is a work still unfinished today. The first stone was laid on March 19, 1882 to Spiritual Association wishes of the devotees of San José who assigned the task of its construction to Francisco de Paula del Villar y Lozano. The bad relations between the Association and the architect took shortly after the project in the hands of Antoni Gaudí.
The Gaudí Master dedicated to Sagrada Familia 42 years of his life of which 12 exclusively. The entire work from the origins to today was funded by private donations; it was thanks to a hefty injection of the crypt money received at the end of the construction work in 1889, which Gaudí entirely abandon the initial recall neogothic project to experiment with something new and never seen before: a Latin cross church large size and high towers impregnated with a strong symbolic universal inspiration; although in, fact it is a Catholic temple are not lacking abundant naturalistic references, you will realize when you enter the church you´ll feel in a light wood.
On the death of Gaudí in 1926 the works continued in fits and starts because of interruptions imposed by the Civil War, during which, due to an explosion, went even lost the original drawings of the project.
The work is scheduled to end in 2026 (begin taking flights that cost less) for that date is scheduled for completion in the third façade dedicated to the glory of the risen Jesus (the facades of the Nativity and the Passion you can say ended) and the addition of 10 more towers in addition to the current 8. The highest, dedicated to Jesus, will be 172 meters. The existing towers have a height of 115 m.
The Basilica was consecrated in 2010 by Pope Benedict XVI; during the celebrations, mid-Barcelona was carpeted by papal flags and the other half by the anti-papal movements insignia. For the occasion were completed by the completion of the inside work.
La Sagrada Familia is today is the most visited attraction in Spain and has about 3.2 million visitors a year, you understand now why it is better to make the tickets online and skip the line??? Read on.
VISIT THE TOWERS
- The difference between the two lies in their high towers, that of the Nativity is 55 meters high, while that of the Passion 75 meters. In both towers, the climb is done only by the elevator when the descent is walking up the stairs.
- Due to the high number of visitors, you can only go up on a tower.
- When you book the tower you must choose the time most convenient to you, by coming to terms with the entrance zone to the Basilica you have chosen previously.
- Children 6 years old and people in wheelchairs can not climb the towers. Also, children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
- Avoid the towers if you are claustrophobic.
- o ensure the darkness of the visitor, the towers could be closed in case of bad weather, strong towers can be closed, remember that it is still a work still under construction. The amount paid to climb the towers will be refunded in this case from the Sagrada within 30 days at most. For reimbursement contact email@example.com
MASS IN THE CRYPT
Interested parties to attend mass, they can do it for free and without notice by accessing the CRYPT OF SAGRADA the following times:
- weekdays at 9:00 am and at 20:15 hours.
- Saturdays at 9:00 and at 19:30.
- Sundays and public holidays at 9:00 / 10:30 / 11:45 / 13:00 / 18:30 / 20:15.