Sagrada Familia is Barcelona’s most-visited landmarks, welcoming more than 4.5 million visitors every year. To avoid standing for hours in long lines that are winding around the basilica, explore Sagrada Familia with fast-track tickets. Don’t miss Antonio Gaudi’s most legendary masterpiece!
Ticket prices for Sagrada Familia vary based on season; however, in general, the costs are as follows:
Note* Most online platforms require a booking fee for tickets to Sagrada Familia, but with us, this fee is waived. Booking online won’t cost you any extra. [readmore]
For a guaranteed visit to the basilica, book Sagrada Familia tickets in advance. During peak season (July-Aug), tickets for Sagrada Familia sell out very fast.
Choose a timeslot that matches your availability, select the ticket type (adult, student, children, or infant), and proceed to the payment stage. The whole process will take no more than two minutes!
After your reservation is complete, you will receive an email confirmation with your voucher. Your voucher contains all the necessary information regarding your visit, including booking details and the address of your meeting point. If you have any questions, feel free to contact your tour operator. Once everything is clear, get ready for your Gaudi adventure!
Cover your knees and shoulders
Children under 6 are not allowed inside the towers
Please, arrive at the meeting point 30 minutes before your chosen time so you do not lose your time slot.
A student must carry ID to collect the tickets for Sagrada Familia
If you book Sagrada Familia ticket online, you are guaranteed instant confirmation of your purchase and priority entrance to the basilica. Visiting Sagrada Familia has never been easier! Once you have your tickets, skip the lines, enter the stunning Passion Facade, and immerse yourself in the breathtaking beauty of Gaudi’s creation.
Has there been a change of plans, and you would like to return your tickets? Contact the provider at least 24 hours before the time of your visit to get a full refund!
*Special conditions apply (Please check our cancellations & refund FAQ)
Are you someone who makes plans last minute? No worries, we’ve got you covered. When you book your Sagrada Familia tickets here, you can choose from a selection of last-minute time slots not typically available anywhere else.
Sagrada Familia fast track tickets include a visit to the monument’s museum. The space used to serve as Gaudí’s workshop. Now, it boasts a rich collection of the architect’s drawings, models, and plans for the construction of the church.
To complete your experience, upgrade your ticket to a Sagrada Familia Tour. Let a licensed guide help you unveil the history of the mythical church. Guided tours are currently available in English, Spanish, French, Italian, and German.
Did you know that the architectural uniqueness so typical for Sagrada Familia, Barcelona, today was not always the intention?
The construction began in the 19th century. Barcelonian bookseller, Jose Maria Bocabella, wanted a church dedicated to the holy family. Initially, he entrusted the planning and construction to the architect of the Diocese, Francisco de Paula del Villar y Lozano. However, the two men didn't get along, and Villar barely finished the crypt before he was fired.
Subsequently, in 1883, Boca Bella hired a young visionary Catalan architect, Antoni Gaudi, to supervise the project. We are so glad he did!
La Sagrada Familia became Gaudi's life work. He poured into it all his ideas of nature-inspired modernist design and combined them with religious symbolism. He worked on it tirelessly until his untimely death on June 10, 1926. Given Sagrada’s extravagant design and size, the public started to refer to the church as the Cathedral. However, it was only an expiatory church. That is until 2010 when Pope Benedict XVI promoted the status of the church to a basilica.
After you have had visited the Sagrada Familia in Barcelona, you will have learned a lot about the intricacy of its symbolism. Every curve and every stature has its meaning either referring to the biblical stories or nature.
For instance, each of the facades represents one phase of Jesus’ life and elements of nature. The Nativity Facade depicts the birth of Jesus and faces the sunrise. It also features various elements related to the creation of life in nature. The Passion Facade is much simpler in design and depicts the suffering and crucifixion of Christ. The facade faces west to emphasize the symbolism of death. The Glory Facade will be the largest one, once finished, it’ll depict the glory of the Christ as he rises from the dead and goes to heaven.
The Basilica of Sagrada Familia is still under construction and we hope to see it in all its glory by 2026. At the moment, you can enjoy the Nativity Facade (completed when Gaudi was still alive) and the Passion Facade. However, the third one is still in the initial stages of construction. Also, only two of the church's towers are accessible to visitors. It's hard to say which one is the best tower to visit at Sagrada Familia inside. They both offer a lovely view!
Make your booking today and ensure a smooth and memorable experience!