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Sagrada Familia

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The Sagrada Familia, which is a Roman-Catholic basilica, is Barcelona's most famous landmark. Its official Catalan name is “Temple Expiatori de la Sagrada Família" which means "Temple of Atonement of the Holy Family" in English. Construction work began in 1882 and was later lead by Antoni Gaudí in 1883 who introduced the art style of Modernisme into the design of the basilica. The Sagrada Familia became his life's work, in which he continued to build until his death in 1926. The Sagrada Familia is projected to be completed on Gaudí's 100th death anniversary in 2026. The construction of the Sagrada Familia is exclusively financed by donations and funds from foundations and Catholic groups. The Sagrada Familia boasts of unbelievable spatial dimensions, complex embellishments, and magnificent facades & doors- and it should have 18 bell towers by the completion of the construction. On 7 November 7th 2010, Pope Benedikt XVI consecrated the Sagrada Familia and elevated it to the status "basilica.”

Opening Hours of the Sagrada Familia

November to February
Monday-Sunday: 09:00AM - 18:00 (06:00PM)

March & October
Monday to Sunday: 09:00AM - 19:00 (07:00PM)

April to September
Monday to Sunday: 09:00AM - 20:00 (08:00PM) 

The Sagrada Familia is one of the most popular sights in Barcelona and it is also a central meeting point for many tourists. You can explore this imposing work of architecture all-year round during its opening hours. From November to February the opening hours of the Sagrada Familia begin at 09:00 in the morning and you have until 18:00 (6:00 PM) during these colder months to get an impression of all the art works in the basilica. The Sagrada Familia also offers visitor-friendly opening hours from April-September, in which its doors are open from 09:00 to late in the evening at 20:00 (8:00 PM). Because of these generous opening hours, you have the flexibility to plan your visit to the basilica to your individual needs. In March and October, the opening hours also begin at 09:00, but it closes around 19:00 (7:00 PM), which offers a well-rounded end to your day in Barcelona.
Please note that last admissions into the basilica take place 15 minutes before the end of opening hours. We suggest that you plan at least 1 hour for your visit to this famous basilica. 

Please let us know your preferred admission time for Sagrada Familia by using the message box in step 1 of the booking process. 

Admission Prices for the Sagrada Familia

Adults: 15.00 €
Students (under 30-years old): 13.00 €
Seniors: 11.00 €
Children (under 10-years old): 0.00 €

The regular admission price for adults is 15.00 €, and students who are under 30-years old also get a 2.00 € discount, and therefore pay a reduced admission fee of only 13.00 €. Seniors also enjoy a reduced admission price of 11.00 €. Children under 10-years old are admitted for free into the Sagrada Familia. Save yourself the trouble of waiting in long lines and determining which admission category applies to you. As a Barcelona City Pass holder, you don’t need to pay for admission and you also have easy access into the Sagrada Familia and other attractions that are included in the Pass as you already have your tickets and do not need to queue at the cash.

Tickets and Online Tickets for the Sagrada Familia

With your handy Barcelona City Pass, you can experience the Sagrada Familia for FREE. Before you even depart for Barcelona, you will receive your ticket into this famous basilica, as well as tickets to other top attractions and famous sights in one complete package. Your public transportation ticket is also a fixed component of the Barcelona City Pass that gives you a wonderful head start to having a relaxing stay in the Spanish metropolis.

Address of the Sagrada Familia

Address:
La SagradaFamilia
Carrer de Mallorca 401
08013 Barcelona 

+34 932 08 04 14 

The Sagrada Familia is located not only in the heart of Barcelona, but also in the most famous city district of the Spanish capital, Eixample. Because of the church’s central location, getting to the Sagrada Familia is super easy using the bus and train system. Because of this, you can plan your day in the Spanish capital flexibly and to your specific needs. The wonderful city center of Barcelona is also easily reachable by foot from the Sagrada Familia. For this reason, you can visit other top locations, sights, and attractions in Barcelona after exploring the Sagrada Familia.
Another highlight which can be reached easily with public transport is the great observation deck Mirador de Colom. It offers a great view over the city and the harbor of Barcelona. 

Directions to the Sagrada Familia

L2 or L5 to Sagrada Familia
Bus 19, 33, 34, 50 or 51 to Mallorca - Nàpols
Bus B24 to Sagrada Familia 

The Sagrada Familia is generally well connected to the public transportation system of Barcelona. Because of this, you have many travel options to choose from to reach the famous Sagrada Familia. The easiest option is to use the purple underground train line L2 or to use the blue line L5, if you are planning to get off at the “Sagrada Familia” station. The bus B24 also stops at this station. You can also use the following bus lines to reach the basilica: 19, 33, 34, 50, or the 51. Simply ride to the station “Mallorca – Nàpols.” By using the public transportation system, traveling to the Sagrada Familia is easy and flexible.

Special Terms & Conditions

The opening hours on December 25 & 26, January 1 & 6 are from 09:00–14:00 (2:00PM).
Last admissions take place 15 minutes before the end of opening hours.

Several apps are available for Sagrada Familia. IPhone users can download the app "Sagrada Familia Visitor Guide" and receive useful information about the Basilica and Gaudí. An audio guide is also integrated. 

Highlights of the Sagrada Familia

  • Landmark of Barcelona
  • Gaudí's life’s work & UNESCO World Heritage Site 
  • One of the most fascinating architectural constructions in the world 
  • Crypt and museum can be visited for free

Attractions Near the Sagrada Familia

The music museum, Museu de la Música de Barcelona, is located near the Sagrada Familia. Besides displaying instruments from the King of Spain, you can also learn more about the history of music at this museum. The oldest city district of Barcelona, Barri Gòtic, is also located really nearby the Sagrada Familia. Here you can find the famous street, Les Rambles, and also many history museums like the Museu d’Història de Barcelona MUHBA - El Call, which is the place to go to if you would like to learn about the life of Jewish citizens in Barcelona during the Middle Ages. The Museu Egipci de Barcelona is also easily reachable by train after your visit to the Sagrada Familia, where over 700 objects from different subject areas about Egypt can be found on the third floor of this museum. 
If you are looking for another observation deck with an incredible view, the Mirador de Colom is something you should not miss. The platform is easy to reach and offers you a unique view over Barcelona.

Architectural History of the Sagrada Familia

The history of the Sagrada Familia began with Josep Maria Bocabella's idea of building something to honor the "Holy Family." Later in 1881, Bocabella bought a 12,800 m² construction site in the city district of Eixample. Under the direction of the first architect, Francesc de Paula del Villar, the laying of the foundation stone of the Sagrada Familia was in 1882. Due to difficulties and conflicts, Antoni Gaudí took over the leadership of the Sagrada Familia’s construction in 1883. In 1885, Gaudí created a new overall concept, which later resulted in the imposing Sagrada Familia with its 18 towers that we see today. For 43 years, he worked on this master piece until anaccident ended his life in 1926. The construction of the Sagrada Familia was then postponed until it was restarted again in 1950. Gaudí's ideas were later used by other architects like Francesc Quintana, Isidre Puig Boada and Lluís Gar. The interior of the Sagrada Familia was completed in 2010 and was also consecrated by Pope Benedikt XVI and elevated to the status "basilica." At that time, 8 of the 18 towers were also completed. This master work should be fully completed by Gaudí's 100th death anniversary in 2026.
The crypt below the basilica is already finished and and contains the grave of Gaudí and seven further chapels. The entrance to the crypt is located right next to the Sagrada Familia. Visitors can enter the crypta without paying any admission fee. Visiting the crypta after the Sagrada is definitely worth it.

Experience the Sagrada Familia for FREE with the Barcelona City Pass and have your ticket into the Sagrada Familia already in your pocket before you even depart for Barcelona.