Sagrada Familia Tickets
As mentioned before there are several Sagrada Familia tickets. With the Basic Ticket you can discover the wonderful interior of the Sagrada Familia and you will love it. To enrich your experience you could opt for an audio guide, a guided tour and a guided tour with access to the towers for a tremendous view over the city. For each ticket we will explain what it is about, what the prices are and list the various ticket providers.
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Attention! Despite the different providers, the official website of La Sagrada Familia is always a good option. The tickets are the cheapest, there is no doubt about the validation of the tickets and at the same time you support the financing of La Sagrada Familia.
Basic Ticket Sagrada Familia
The basic ticket gives access to La Sagrada Familia in order to discover the amazing interior design and architecture. Students receive a discount of €2 by showing their student card. A Basic Ticket costs only €15. It is important to know that the one and only clorian.com is the official ticket provider of La Sagrada Familia.
€15,00 - Official website Sagrada Familia - The minimum recommended visit is one hour.This ticket does not include a guide, audioguide or visit to one of the towers. Once you are in, it is up to you to decide how long to stay.
€15,00 - Clorian - Official partner. The tickets have the same terms and conditions as the one from the official website of la Sagrada familia.
€16,75 - Barcelonacard - Fast entrance and you can stay as long as you want.
€18,50 - Tiqets.com - Children under 17 years old should be accompanied with an adult and it is up to you to stay as long as you want.
€18,50 - Barcelonapagina - Once you have entered the Sagrada Familia, you can stay as long as you like.
€18,50 - Musement.com - The length of stay is flexible and thus up to you. This ticket gives fast entrance to the Sagrada Familia. So no need to wait in the queues.
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Audio Tour Ticket Sagrada Familia
The audio tour tickets enables you to discover the Sagrada Familia at your own pace. The audio will inform you about all the ins and outs of the various spaces. The audio tour is recommended for those who would like to know more about the Sagrada Familia and have sufficient time. The audio tour is available in several languages, so be sure to check this beforehand.
€22,00 - Official website Sagrada Familia - The audio tour gives fast entrance to the Sagrada Familia and a guided tour through an audio. The audio is available is Catalan, Spanish, English, French, German, Italian, Chinese, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian and Hungarian. The audio tour lasts approximately 45 minutes and is only available for children over 11 years old.
€22,00 - Clorian - Official partner. The tickets have the same terms and conditions as the one from the official website of La Sagrada Familia.
€26,50 - Musement.com - When you click on check availability and select a date you have the option to select the ticket you like. The audio tour is available in Catalan, Spanish, English, French, German, Italian, Portugese, Russian and Chinese and includes a skip-the-line entrance. The audio tour lasts for 75 minutes and children have their own guide, suitable for ages 6-12.
€26,75 - Barcelonapagina - Once you've entered the building you can stay as long as you like. You receive the audio set from the employees at the Sagrada Familia. Thus we expect that you have the same choice of languages as with the ticket from the official website of the Sagrada Familia and that the duration is about 45 minutes. But that is not a guarantee as the information is missing on the website.
€26,75 - Barcelonacard - This ticket has the same terms and conditions as the one from Barcelonapagina above. So that means that you receive the audio set from the employees of the Sagrada Familia, you can stay as long as you want and that the duration of the audio tour is about 45 minutes.
Guided Tour Sagrada Familia
A guided tour gives you the chance to get to know everything about the Sagrada Familia in an interactive way. You can ask the guide as many questions as you like. The guided tour is available in several languages, including Spanish, English and German. But please be aware that the available languages disseminates for each provider, so check this please before you book any ticket.
This list of guided tours does not provide access to any towers.
€24,00 - Official website Sagrada Familia- This guided tour lasts approximately 50 minutes. The guided tours are available in Catalan, Spanish, English, French, Italian and German (summer). The groups consist of a maximum of 30 persons.The entrance is on Carrer de la Marina.
€24,00 - Clorian - Official partner. The tickets has the same terms and conditions as the one from the official website of La Sagrada Familia.
€31,75 - Barcelonacard - The guided tour takes about 90 minutes and is only available in English. The meeting points are at the corner of Carrer de Provença and Carrer de la Marina.
€39,00 - Viator - A guided tour of about 90 minutes in English or Spanish and maybe more languages. If you click on the header "Important info" you get a list of bilingual tours. Unfortunately it is not explicitly mentioned which languages are available next to English and Spanish.
€40,00 - Musement.com - The guided tour is only available in English and Spanish and takes about 150 minutes. After the tour you can stay as long as you like within the Sagrada Familia.
Combined Ticket Sagrada Familia & Gaudi's house
This ticket is called "Gaudí’s work and life" and includes both access to Sagrada Familia with audio tour and the home of Gaudí in Park Güell. Park Güell is another famous and eye-catching design and functions as a city park. You cannot miss Park Güell during your stay in Barcelona. A must see!
€24,00 - Official website Sagrada Familia - Includes Basic access to Sagrada Familia with audio guide and to the house of Gaudí in Park Güell. The audio guide lasts for approximately 45 minutes and is available in Catalan, Spanish, English, French, German, Italian, Chinese, Japanese, Portugese, Russian and Hungarian. The Sagrada Família audioguide is only available for children over 12 years of age.
The entrance to Park Güell is not included in the combined ticket with the official website of the Sagrada Familia. However, you can access Park Güell for free as well, but with the combined ticket you do not have entrance to the monumental area of Park Güell.
€24,00 - Clorian - Official partner. The tickets has the same terms and conditions as the one from the official website of la Sagrada familia.
€31,25 - Barcelonacard - This ticket includes the Mobile App audio guide (English, French, Catalan, or Spanish) and skip the line access to the Sagrada Familia and Park Güell. A general ticket for Park Güell that gives access to the monumental area of the Park costs €7,50. So that would imply that this ticket is cheaper (€0,25 to be exactly) than the one offered by the official website of the Sagrada Familia.
Top Views Ticket Sagrada Familia
The top views ticket could be considered as a basic ticket with an audio guide and the privilege to visit one of the towers to have an amazing view over the city. It depends on the amount of people which tower you will be able to visit. Nevertheless will each tower provide an unique view. It is recommended to check out which towers you could visit before booking the ticket itself.
€29,00 - Official website Sagrada Familia - The visit will last for approximately 90 minutes and includes the skip the line access, an audio guide and access to one of the two towers: either the tower on the nativity façade or the passion façade. The audio guide is available in Catalan, Spanish, English, French, German, Italian, Chinese, Japanese, Portugese, Russian and Hungarian and only for children over 12 years of age.
€29,00 - Clorian - Official partner. The tickets has the same terms and conditions as the one from the official website of La Sagrada Familia.
€32,00 - Musement.com - When you click on check availability and select a date you have the option to select the ticket you like. The ticket gives access to the Sagrada Familia, the tower on either the nativity façade or passion façade (different tickets, same price!) and an audio guide which is available in Catalan, Spanish, English, French, German, Italian, Portugese, Russian and Chinese.
The next Top View Ticket include a guided tour.
€40,00 - Viator - The top view ticket of Viator provides an official monolingual or bilingual guide, skip-the-line Sagrada Familia entrance, skip-the-line tower entry (if selected) and a small-group tour. If the option skip-the-line tower entry is selected, then the ticket costs €51,00.
Final Remark! Next to the tickets being discussed here there are other tickets combinations. But these differ too much to compare them in a fair way. This article only compared and listed tickets from the official website of La Sagrada Familia and similar ones. For group tickets have a look at the next section.
Group Tickets Sagrada Familia
You could visit the Sagrada Familia with a group as well. As a group you could choose from one of the following 4 tickets:
- Basic Ticket
- Seniors: €11,00
- Students: €13,00
- Children <18: €13,00
- Disabled people: Gratis
- Regular Ticket: €15,00
- Top Views Ticket
- Seniors: €17,00
- Students: €21,00
- Children <18: €21,00
- Regular Ticket: €23,00
- Disabled people or people with a reduced mobility are not able to visit the towers.
- Guided Tour
- Seniors: €18,00
- Students: €22,00
- Children <18: €22,00
- Children <11: €8,00
- Disabled people: €8,00
- Regular Ticket: €24,00
- Gaudí’s work and life
- For more information about this tickets and the prices you should call +34 931 980 705 or send an email to email@example.com
Attention! Every ticket has its own terms and conditions. However, for each group ticket there is the requirement that the group consists of at least 10 people. The terms and conditions of every ticket are available on this page. Click on the + to see the terms and conditions for any particular ticket.
Free Entrance to Sagrada Familia
To save some money you could also opt for a free entrance of the Sagrada Familia. There are 2 possibilities:
Miss in Sagrada Familia
Since October 2017 it is possible to attend the mass every Sunday morning. The mass is being held in different languages and starts at 9 am. The mass is accessible for everyone, but there are only a limited amount of seats available so be on time. The doors open at 8:30 am. You can enter the Sagrada Familia through the opening at Carrer de La Marina.
It is obligated to be well-dressed and the guards have the right to deny access if your clothes does not match with the guidelines. Arriving a bit before the mass enables you to have an inside view of the Sagrada Familia. A view that will never get boring.
Next to the masses on the Sunday mornings there are more special masses. Some of those special masses are free as well and others are only for invited people. Check out the agenda of masses about the Sagrada Familia.
Practical info about Sagrada Familia
How can I pay?
Most providers enable payment trough IDeal, Mastercard and Paypal. Given that the payment options could differ among the ticket providers, it is wise to check those first.
How do I get to the Sagrada Familia?
Given that it is a challenge and expensive to park your car close to the Sagrada Familia, we advise you to use the public transport. You could use the metro, bus and taxi to get there.
Metro: Line 2 (purple) or Line 5 (blue). Get off at the Sagrada Familia stop.
Bus: 19, 33, 34, 43, 44, 50, 51, B20 and B24. Look up where you have to get out as each bus has his own stops.
What are the opening times?
The opening times changes throughout the year. The doors always open at 9 am and close at 2, 6 or 8 pm depending on the season. You can buy tickets at the door until 30 minutes before the closing time.
- November - February
- From 9 am till 6 pm
- From 9 am till 7 pm
- April - September
- From 9 am till 8 pm
- From 9 am till 7 pm
- 25 & 26 December
- From 9 am till 2 pm
- 1 & 6 January
- From 9 am till 2 pm
Interesting info about Sagrada Familia
What does the interior of the Sagrada Familia look like?
The interior of the Sagrada Familia is simply impressive, overwhelming, or however you would like to call it. The stained glass and the sunlight produces amazing coloured effects on the inside. Add up the columns, the beautiful ceiling and all the other details and you will have an once-in-a-lifetime experience. Soon, there will be another article about the interior of the Sagrada Familia, so keep your eyes peeled.
What is the history of the Sagrada Familia?
La Sagrada Familia is a basilica designed by Antoni Gaudí. The full name is Basílica i Temple Expiatori de la Sagrada Família, which means Basilica and Temple Expiatori of the Sagrada Família. La Sagrada Familia is still in progress despite the fact that the construction began in 1882. The financing depends on donations, but nowadays money is generated through entrance tickets as well. Because of the duration some parts had to be renovated, while others still need to be created. La Sagrada Familia should be finished in 2026 (see video below), as currently more than 100 labourers work on it.
Bookseller Josep María Bocabella introduced the idea of building a church in Barcelona. Not Gaudi, but Francisco de Paula del Villar was in charge of the design and they started in 1882 with the construction. After a year Francisco left the project after some arguments with the contractor. That was the moment when Gaudí became in charge of the project. He had hoped to finish the construction within 10 years, but soon realised that it was an impossible mission. To make things even worse, designs and instructions by Gaudí were turned to ashes during the Spanish Civil War in 1936. And by then Gaudí himself had already been dead for ten years.
Gaudí was part of the Catalan modernism and is perceived as the most important exponent of that particular style. The Catalan modernism is derived from Art Nouveau. At the moment the Sagrada Familia has 4 clock towers (though still in development) and in the middle of these 4 towers, another tower of 170 metres will be constructed. This tower will refer to Jesus being surrounded by four evangelists. Moreover, the basilica gets 3 façade each representing a part of the life of Jesus: nativity, passion and glory. The first 2 façade are almost finished and the one about glory will be build as the last part of the whole Sagrada Familia.
When will the Sagrada Familia be finished?
If everything happens according to the plan then the Sagrada Familia will be finished in 2026. But it could be the case that the finalisation of the basilica will be extended. To be continued ...