Fast Track Tickets to Sagrada Familia
Explore the wonder of Barcelona with these skip the line Sagrada Familia tickets. Bypass the notorious ticket queue and head straight to the inner sanctum of this magnificent basilica. Take in the intricacy of Antoni Gaudi’s creation as you gaze upon the sculptures that adorn the facades of the basilica. As you move inside, you will come face to face with one of the most incredible interiors that exist anywhere in the world today.
Why You Shouldn't Miss This
The Sagrada Familia needs no introduction. An iconic monument in Barcelona that has been under construction since 1882, this UNESCO World Heritage Site attracts more visitors every year than any other landmark in Spain. The Sagrada Familia’s silhouette is often considered to be an unofficial emblem of Barcelona. Once completed, The Sagrada Familia will be the tallest structure in the Barcelona.
The Sagrada Familia was designed by Antoni Gaudi and long after his death, the construction of the basilica has progressed based on his design and plaster models. Unlike anything the world had ever seen, Gaudi designed the Sagrada Familia with an intense flair of Art Nouveau and Catalan Noucentisme, surpassing his other works such as the Casa Batllo and the Park Guell. Gaudi’s use of curved lines, hyperboloids and helicoids are symbolic of his influence from nature and its forms.
On your visit to the Sagrada Familia, you will be transported to a different world. The magic of natural light falling on the basilica’s features and filtering through its beautiful stained glasses will give you an experience unlike any other.
Purchasing tickets for entry at the venue is not only time consuming but often times, futile. Since each time slot for entry into the basilica has limited capacity, the tickets on site tend to sell out before mid-day for getting in on the same day, even if you waited in line for several hours as many visitors must do. Our skip the line Sagrada Familia tickets provide you with priority access to this iconic basilica. Once you book your tickets, you will receive them via email which you can then display on your phone to skip the ticketing line entirely and proceed directly to security check to gain priority access to the Sagrada Familia.
Before you head into the inner sanctum of the church, make sure to explore the outer walls and facades of the Sagrada Familia. Two of the three facades, Nativity, and Passion, have been completed while the third, Glory Facade, is under construction. The Nativity facade tells the story of the birth of Jesus Christ while the Passion Facade is dedicated to his death. As you look at the symbolism and sculptures on these two facades, you will easily be able to see the differences between the two facades and understand the meaning that Gaudi wanted the facades to symbolise. Though you can admire the facades and towers from the outside, these tickets do not give you access to the towers. If you wish to gain entry to the towers along with the Basilica, please click here.
As you move inside, you will come face to face with one of the most enchanting interiors of any church. The vaults of the church are as high as 70 metres in certain places. What will surely catch your attention are the beautiful stained glass windows that have been constructed as per Gaudi’s plans, as well as the pillars holding up the ceiling, making the entire space appear as though it were the hollowed out rib cage of some giant celestial beast.
- Tower access
Know Before You Go
Groups with more than a total of 9 people, either adults or children, will not be allowed to gain entry into the Basilica. Should you wish to visit with a group of more than 9 people, you must book a guided visit as per the rules of the Basilica. You can book this by clicking here.
Entry for children aged ten and below is free. You will have the option to choose the number of children who require free entry at the time of checkout.
Entry to the Sagrada Familia is timed. You will have the option to choose the time slot for your entry in the next step of the booking. Please note that you will only be allowed to gain entry at the time chosen during the booking so we recommend arriving 15 minutes in advance in order to ensure a hassle free entry. Though your entry is timed, you may explore the basilica for as long as you wish. Most visitors spend around an hour and a half inside.
November to February - 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
March - 9:00 AM to 7:00 PM
April to September - 9:00 AM to 8:00 PM
October - 9:00 AM to 7:00 PM
December 25, 26, January 1 and 6 - 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM
To get to the Sagrada Familia, you can take any of the following options:
By Metro: Line 2 and Line 5 to the Sagrada Familia Station.
By Bus: Buses 19, 33, 34, 43, 44, 50, 51, B20 and B24 will stop at the Sagrada Familia.
The main access to the Sagrada Familia is on the Carrer de la Marina (C/Marina).
Correct dress code is requested for entrance to the Sagrada Familia Basilica. No tank tops, strapless shirts, short shorts or sandals will be accepted.
Strict Cancellation Policy
These tickets cannot be cancelled, refunded or amended.
Nothing about the Sagrada Familia could ever disappoint, everything about this trip (including cheap tickets) was amazing.
This was our first stop at Barcelona and I was thoroughly pleased with my decision
Sagrada Familia is not just about the church, it is about the depth of architecture around it!
You will receive an email confirmation with your Sagrada Familia mobile tickets instantly. No need to print. You can skip the ticket line and go directly to the security line with your mobile ticket.
Sagrada Família, Carrer de Mallorca 401, Barcelona