In this 1-hour and a half tour you will explore the magnificent Sagrada Familia, arguably the most famous landmark of Barcelona. Designed meticulously by the great architect Antoni Gaudí, this work of art has taken over 100 years to build and contains the finest architecture in the city.
- Private tour guide for a more personalized experience
- Sagrada Familia entrance ticket with “skip the line” service
- Great overview and orientation of the city
- Multiple times offered throughout the day
• Private tour guide, your guide will meet you at your hotel/apartment.
• A welcome pack with a bottle of water and a city map.
• Sagrada Familia entrance fee (not the towers) “Skip the line service”.
• Public transport tickets.
• Food and drinks, unless specified
• Gratuities (optional)
|Duration||1 Hour 30 Minutes|
|Participants||Tour takes place from 2 to 10 participants.|
|Categories||Sightseeing Tours, Explore & Discover, Sightseeing Tours in Barcelona, Sightseeing Tours in Catalunya|
|Languages||English, French, German, Spanish, Portuguese|
Hotel details or apartment address.
IMPORTANT: When you go inside the church you have the possibility to go up one of the towers, it has an extra cost of 14€ per person (you have to be fit to go up/down stairs), the operator NEEDS to know in advance if you are interested to do it as the availability of the tickets is very limited.
Once your guide meets you at your hotel, you will start this 1.5-hour experience heading to the Sagrada Familia by public transport. Everyday thousands of tourists visit the Sagrada Familia, the most important work of the genius Antoni Gaudí.
We will discover the secrets of the Sagrada Familia from outside in great detail and at the end of the tour you will be able to go inside the church on your own and stay there as much as you want, you will benefit from the “skip the line” service so forget about the queues as the entrance ticket is included!
We will discover the meticulously designed exterior which is richly decorated with scenes and events from the Bible. As Gaudí was a deeply religious man, it is no surprise to discover that he used a lot of his creative energy and time to realize his vision for the church and he was even dubbed “God’s Architect”.