Sagrada Familia
Tickets

Sagrada Familia
Overview

Since there is so much to consider at the Sagrada Familia, you can find my table of contents for this page here!

Tickets: table view

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1 minute at the Sagrada

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The details at a glance

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Ticket prices in detail

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short history

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My Rating

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My experience on site

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Additional advice

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Sagrada Familia
Tickets

Sagrada Familia Tickets Price Information Buy ticket
Admission + guided Tour
EUR 48 - Open tour vor individuals
- Available in EN, IT, ES, FRZ, DE
- Duration: 90 minutes
book Tour
Admission + Audio Guide App (Tiqets)
EUR 33.80 - with app audio guide
- without visiting the tower
- cannot be purchased on site
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Admission + Audio guide + tower
EUR 46.80 - not for children under the age of 6
- Children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult
- Not suitable for people with a walking disability
- in case of bad weather, access to the towers may be denied for safety reasons
Back on April 20th

The details
at a glance

Opening Hours

Opening hours during Covid-19

Monday – Sunday, 9.00 a.m. – 6.00 p.m.

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You CANNOT buy tickets on site at the moment

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Address

Carrer de Mallorca, 401, Barcelona

Metro: L2 + L5: Sagrada Familia

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audio guide

A ticket with audio guide is currently the standard ticket.

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Guided Tours

Must be booked as a combined ticket in advance and cannot be purchased later.

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ICOM Card

Free admission for ICOM members, BUT

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Barcelona City Pass

A combination of the best things to do in Barcelona!

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Ticket prices
in detail

MORE INTERESTED IN THE TOWERS?

MORE INTERESTED IN THE TOURS?

IMPORTANT
Notes:

My Rating:

5,0
Tip:

If you’re not there to see it, you really can’t know how long the waiting times might be in front of the Sagrada Família. Is it really that full? Where is the entrance? And how do the timed tickets work?

And then there’s the constant changes regarding admission, the website, and prices.

As I live right around the corner, I can keep an eye on all of these things. Obviously, the “rush” for the cathedral is worse on some days, and better on others, but I might be able to give you a general idea anyway.​
So, let’s go!

Last modification: 13.10.2022 | Céline

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