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Cripta Gaudí

Visit the Cripta Gaudí and receive a 20% discount on the admission fee. 

Die Cripta Gaudi von außen mit Beleuchtung. Das Innere der Cripta Gaudi. Ein großer Ausschnitt der Innenansicht der Cripta Gaudi. Die Cripta Gaudi von außen in einem anderen Blickwinkel.

The Cripta Gaudí is a part of the Colonia Güell. The project started in 1898 when Güell hired Gaudí to built a church. The church was supposed to have an upper and a lower nave. Because of financial problems, the Güell family did not want to pay anymore, the church could not be finished. Only one of the naves was built and so it was decided that they would call it a crypt.
Even if the building was never completely finished it is today known as one of the most famous works of Antoni Gaudí.
The Cripta shows many elements that were later on used to build the Sagrada Familia.
In 2005 the Crypta was listed in the World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
When you visit Barcelona, do not miss the opportunity to look at the Cripta Gaudí. 

Opening hours Cripta Gaudí

May – October:
Mon.–Fri.: 10am – 7pm
Sat.–Sun: 10am – 3pm 

November – April:
Mon.–Fri.: 10am – 5pm
Sun.–Sat.: 10am – 3pm 

Closed: January 1 and 6; March 29th; April 3rd; December 25 and 26 

Admission fee Cripta Gaudí

Ticket:
adult: 7.00€
students: 5.00€
seniors: 5.00€ 

Ticket + audioguide:
adults: 9.00€
students: 7.50€
seniors: 7.50€ 

Address Cripta Gaudí

Address:
Calle Claudi Güell,
08690 Colònia Güell,
Santa Coloma de Cervelló, Barcelona

Directions Cripta Gaudí

Only 20 minutes from Barcelona.
By train: FGC from Plaza España; S33, S8, S4 to Colonia Güell Station 

Special conditions of use Cripta Gaudí

Please wear appropriate clothing to visit a religious space. 

Highlights Cripta Gaudí

  • World heritage Site by UNESCO 
  • most famous building from the Colonia Güell 

Near Cripta Gaudi

  • Casa Parroquial 
  • Antiga Casa del Mestre 
  • Can Julià de la Muntanya