The city of Barcelona, among other things, is famous for the fluid modernist architecture bursting with shapes, colors, and textures. Modernist jewel, La Sagrada Familia, is one of the most impressive churches in the world, and it's not even complete! It forms an indispensable part of the city's skyline. The architect Antoni Gaudí is behind of this amazing Basilica. He dressed the church in colors, shapes, and patterns inspired by nature, making it like no other Roman Catholic church in the world. Naturally, its one of the busiest landmarks in Barcelona. Thanks to our La Sagrada Familia Tickets you can avoid hours of standing in queues. Simply enjoy and benefit from a fast track access to Gaudi's masterpiece.
Barcelona summers get unbearably hot and crowded while winters bring along chilly winds from the sea. Whatever the case, you don't want to spend hours queuing in a line winding around the whole Sagrada Familia Barcelona. Being a part of an anxious, impatient, and stressed crowd doesn't sound like a fun holiday activity! Moreover, in the busiest periods, Sagrada Familia opening times can't always accommodate all eager visitors on a spontaneous whim.
The skip the line ticket to the basilica always pertains to a particular time slot. The system helps protect landmark and prevent overcrowding. With us, you can book Sagrada Familia Barcelona tickets and Sagrada Familia Tour from the comfort of your home or hotel room. Our ticket to Sagrada Familia includes entrance fee and will let you enter this Gaudi cathedral Barcelona with speed and efficiency.
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The architectural originally designed so typical for Sagrada Familia today was not always the intention!
The construction began in the 19th century. Barcelonian bookseller, Jose Maria Boca Bella, wanted a church dedicated to the holy family (Sagrada Familia). Initially, he entrusted the planning and construction to the architect of the Diocese, Francisco del Villar. However, the two men didn't get along, and the Villar barely finished the crypt before he was fired. Each year over 3 million visitors come to visit the basilica all around the world.
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 Sagradas 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 Basilica of the Sagrada Familia interior.
The basilica Sagrada Familia is still under construction and we hope to see it in all its glory by 2026. At the moment, only two of its many 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!
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