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Priority Access: Barcelona Sagrada Familia Tour

From US$49.10
  • Beat hours-long lines on a skip-the-line tour of La Sagrada Familia in Barcelona 
  • Learn about hidden details and symbolism not obvious when exploring independently 
  • Choose from various time slots that allow a flexible schedule 
Priority Access: Barcelona Sagrada Familia Tour
From US$49.10
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11am Tour: Spanish Only
11am La Sagrada Familia skip-the-line tour with an Spanish- speaking guide
From US$49.07
4pm Tour: English and Other
4pm La Sagrada Familia skip-the-line tour with an Bilingual- speaking guide
From US$50.33
10am Tour: Italian and Other
Sagrada Familia skip-the-line tickets with a bilingual Italian-speaking guide and another language, departs at 10am
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Exploring La Sagrada Familia without a guide means you may miss out on the UNESCO World Heritage Site's hidden details and secret symbols. Make the most of Antoni Gaudí’s masterpiece and beat lines often in excess of three hours on a skip-the-line tour. A choice of entry times allows you to be flexible with your vacation schedule: Opt for the earliest time slot for a less-crowded experience at the Barcelona icon.
What to Expect

Greet your guide at a meeting point close to La Sagrada Familia at your selected start time. Your skip-the-line ticket means you’ll sail past lines often in excess of three hours, wasting none of your precious vacation time.

Once inside, you’ll admire the UNESCO World Heritage Site’s most distinctive features, which include the altar, towers, and stained glass windows. Listen to little-known anecdotes and discover the inspiration behind Gaudí’s most famous work of art.

After sufficient admiration, head the museum to learn more about La Sagrada Familia’s construction and projected completion date. After saying goodbye to your guide, feel free to continue exploring the museum at your own pace.

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Reviewed yesterday via mobile
Pay close attention to the dates

When I tried to make reservations the ticket choices came up different than what I had keyed in. The first time I noticed the discrepancy and changed the booking company, thinking the company had miskeyed the info. On my second try, the one I actually...More

Thank eincinci
Edgar W, Director General at Julia Travel Madrid, responded to this reviewResponded yesterday

Dear eincinci, Thank you for taking the time to write this review about our Sagrada Familia tour, although it saddens me to hear that you did not wholly enjoy experience. Unfortunately we must be strict regarding the times for this particular tour, as Sagrada Familia...More

Reviewed 2 days ago
Nothing much to explore

Nothing much to explore. Just the place that has been building for centuries! Just take a photo out side. Don't pay for a ticket to get in

1  Thank davidjcobson
Reviewed 4 days ago
Words fail me

One of the most stunning structures I've ever seen. Our guide was excellent, especially in his description of Gaudi's vision for the church and how it was translated into the work being done.

Thank Jordan C
Reviewed 6 days ago
Our Guide Vicente was great, he really made having a guide worthwhile with his information and humor.

The only negative was going to the old office and being hustled over to the new one. A map of the location of the agency with respect to the Basilica would have been nice for 1st timers in the area

Thank Harvey F
Reviewed 1 week ago
Frustrating but informative

The visit didn't start well when the information we had from TripAdvisor had the old address and so we were late. Our guide was nice but spoke quietly and at the start of the visit did not have a microphone. Once inside we had the...More

1  Thank prettygurrly
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Elinor W
April 4, 2018|
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Response from Dennis M | Reviewed this property |
I would plan 3 if you would like to read some parts in the museum and if you can go up the towers. When I was there I spend 2 hours and the towers were closed.