Sagrada Familia
Sagrada Familia Cathedral surrounded by trees in Barcelona, Spain
Sagrada Familia Cathedral surrounded by trees in Barcelona, Spain

Sagrada Familia Tours and Tickets

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Sagrada Familia, a UNESCO World Heritage site and Antoni Gaudi’s magnum opus, is undoubtedly the most iconic structure in Barcelona (and the most popular, with nearly 3 million visitors per year). Construction has been ongoing for more than 135 years, and the surreal structure, with its rainbow-hued stained glass windows, is slated for completion in 2026. Even in its unfinished state, it remains an absolute must-see for every visitor to the Catalan capital.

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Cecelia_D, Nov 2023
Tour Guide Dan is Awesome.
Unfortunately, we only got half the tour, but our tour guide, Dan, was amazing and was very engaging during our Sagrada Familia tour. HIGHLY RECOMMEND DAN.
Krystal_L, Nov 2023
Spend the extra money
We had the best day at Sagrada Familia with the tour guide Christina. She brought so much information and experience to get us through the crowds. There is no way that you can learn as much as without a good guide to point things out and explain them in a place as rich in details as this place. Spend the money and enjoy more in this once in a lifetime spot
Carole_D, Nov 2023
Fabulous Tour!!
This was the perfect combination of both the Sagrada Familia and the Guell Park. We only had 4 people in our group so it was absolutely perfect. We learned so much about Gaudi!! What a beautiful church and park. Our guide pointed out so much Gaudi details that is unbelievable. Thank you again for such a wonderful experience in Barcelona. We will never forget.
Elizabeth_M, Nov 2023
Raul was our guide and...
Raul was our guide and very knowledgeable and informative. We met our group exactly where it was explained to us (outside the official Sagrada Familia souvenir shop). We had my 90 year old mother with us. She uses a wheelchair and Raul guided us to the elevator so she would have access into the cathedral. Definitely recommend!! We've used Viator for tours in other countries and have never been disappointed.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q:What are Sagrada Familia hours of operation?
Sagrada Familia hours of operation: Opens at 9am daily; closing times vary by season (6pm Nov–Feb; 7pm March, Oct; 8pm April–Sept). Buy tickets in advance on Viator. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund.
Q:Should I book Sagrada Familia tickets in advance?
We recommend booking e-tickets ahead of time to secure your spot since Sagrada Familia can get crowded. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund.
Q:How much does it cost to visit Sagrada Familia 2023?
Currently, an entrance ticket to Sagrada Familia costs USD 55.31. Guided Sagrada Familia tours start around USD 55.31 per person.
People Also Ask
Q:Is entrance to Sagrada Familia free?
A:No. Entrance to the Basilica de la Sagrada Familia is not free, although children under 11, Sunday morning worshippers, and people with disabilities and their companions enjoy free entry. Even though La Sagrada Familia is a place of worship, tickets cost as much as for other similar world-class attractions (think upwards of €21 per person).
Q:Is there a dress code for La Sagrada Familia?
A:Yes. La Sagrada Familia is a place of worship, and respectful dress is important. The dress code mandates no see-through clothing and no swimwear, while trousers and skirts must cover the legs to mid-thigh. Celebratory clothing and promotional gear are also banned—leave the Halloween costumes and bachelorette outfits behind.
Q:Do you need reservations to visit the Sagrada Familia?
A:No, you don’t need reservations to visit the Sagrada Familia and can buy tickets using the QR codes around the basilica. But time slots are allocated and you may find no tickets available if you arrive without a reservation on weekends or during peak season. Most travelers book tickets in advance.
Q:What time of day is best to visit the Sagrada Familia?
A:As Barcelona’s star attraction, the Sagrada Familia draws travelers from around the globe year-round. However, the crowds tend to be thinnest on weekdays: Aim to arrive around 9am, when the site has just opened, to beat the group tours. Be aware of crowd-heavy public holidays, including school vacations.
Q:Is it worth buying tickets for the Sagrada Familia?
A:Yes. The Sagrada Familia is Barcelona’s signature attraction and an absolute must-see, and buying a timed ticket in advance guarantees you entry with minimal wait time. Having a fixed time slot also lets you plan your trip ahead of time and book other tours and attractions around your visit.
Q:Is the Sagrada Familia entrance free on Sundays?
A:Yes, but only if you are going to Mass. The Sagrada Familia opens free on Sunday mornings for locals and visitors who wish to attend the 9am international Mass, and there are some other religious celebrations by invitation over the year. Travelers who want to explore should buy tickets for after Mass.