Sagrada Familia Skip The Line Ticket

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Gain the Fast Track Access to Gaudi’s Masterpiece

Barcelona, among many other things, is famous for its unique modernist architecture that bursts with colors and fluid shapes. La Sagrada Familia, though still unfinished, forms an indispensable part of the city’s landscape and Catalan culture.

Antoni Gaudí is the visionary architect behind its design bursting with shapes, colors, and patterns. Because Gaudí drew his inspiration in nature, Sagrada is like no other Roman Catholic church in the world. Naturally, it’s one of the busiest attractions in Barcelona. However, thanks to our Sagrada Familia Tickets you can avoid hours of standing in lines. Instead, gain fast track access to Gaudi’s masterpiece.

Visit a One-of-a-kind Architectural Wonder in Barcelona

In summer, an endless stream of eager tourists crowd the streets. The winter brings along cold winds from the sea. In either case, you don’t want to be stuck outside in an endless line! Forming a part of an impatient and stressed crowd is never much fun. That doesn’t sound appealing, especially during your well-deserved holidays.

Moreover, Sagrada Familia opening times are not always able to accommodate eager visitors on a spontaneous whim. Each entry has an assigned time slot to avoid overcrowding the church and protect its sustainability. With us, you can book the Sagrada Familia Tickets online or over the phone from the comfort of your home or hotel room.

The skip the line-ticket allows you to enter this one-of-a-kind architectural wonder with speed and efficiency, leaving you in a good mood to truly appreciate the experience. Book your Sagrada Familia tickets now!

  • Chevron down History Sneak Peek
  • The design so closely associated with Sagrada Familia today was not always meant to be. The construction started in the 19th century. A bookseller José María Boca Bella wanted to build a church devoted to the holy family (Sagrada Familia). Initially, Boca Bella hired the architect of the Diocese, Francisco del Villar. However, he and Boca Bella were not fond of each other, and the Villar didn’t get pass constructing the crypt. In 1883 Boca Bella hired a young visionary architect, Antoni Gaudi to take over the project – and we are glad he did.

    La Sagrada Familia became Gaudi’s life work where he channelled his ideas of nature-inspired modernist design. He worked on the project until his untimely death on 10th of June 1926. Given its impressive design and size, people started to refer the church “the Cathedral,” Gaudi included. It was only in 2010 when Pope Benedict XVI raised the status of the church to the Basilica of the Sagrada Familia.

    The church is still under construction and awaits completion in 2026. Currently, you can only visit two of the towers. There is really no telling which one is the best tower to visit at Sagrada Familia as they mirror each other and the only difference is the lovely view they offer.

    Don’t hesitate any longer, book your tickets and let yourself be charmed by the ethereal beauty of this unusual church!

  • Chevron down What Is Included?
    • Entrance fees
    • All taxes, fees and handling charges
    • Local taxes
    • Guaranteed to skip the long lines
  • Chevron down Note
    • Children must be accompanied by an adult
    • A dress code is required to enter places of worship and selected museums. No shorts or sleeveless tops allowed. Knees and shoulders MUST be covered for both men and women. You may risk refused entry if you fail to comply with these dress requirement
    • Please visit our office to pick up your tickets
  • Chevron down Meeting Point
  • Visit Europa Today, Carrer Sardenya 311, Ground floor, Office 3. Barcelona/Spain

    The meeting point is located at the intersection of Carrer de Sardenya and Carrer de Provenca. Walk a few steps past the Originals Bakery on the corner, up Carrer de Sardenya, and enter the building number 311. Look for office 3 on the ground floor.