Skip the long entry lines, with Sagrada Familia fast-track tickets! Book e-tickets early to secure your entry time, then feast your eyes on the jewel in Barcelona's crown: Sagrada Familia Cathedral in Barcelona, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Tickets include tower access, so you can ride the private elevator to the top and enjoy a spectacular view!
• Only adult tickets are available to sell. We do not offer children's or other tickets • Ages 0–16 must be accompanied by an adult • Ages 0–10 are admitted free of charge • Please dress appropriately for a place of worship; staff may deny entry to visitors deemed to be dressed inappropriately (no see-through clothing, no plunging necklines or exposed back, stomach, or shoulders, no swimwear, no short trousers or skirts, and no clothing designed to draw attention for artistic, religious, promotional or other purposes) COVID-19 safety measures To protect you and those around you, these safety measures will be in place for your visit: • Hand sanitizer available for visitors • Intensified cleaning and disinfecting • Tickets are only sold online to avoid ticketing queues • Reduced capacity to ensure a safe visit • Signage and measures in place to ensure a safe distance • Some parts of the venue might be closed
Basilica de la Sagrada Familia should be top of your list in Barcelona! Tickets can sell out fast though, so booking early is a must, and fast-track tickets are the obvious choice to save you time and money. After touring the world-famous architecture, enjoy the stunning views of Barcelona from the cathedral's tallest tower. The twisting tower of this iconic church is not accessible with a standard ticket — so grab a fast-track tower ticket, jump in the private elevator to the top of the tower and enjoy a view as spectacular as the one inside! With this all-access ticket, you can enjoy every inch of the Sagrada Familia. Once you're in, Antoni Gaudi's modernist, yet unfinished masterpiece will blow your mind. Peer up at the spires that tower over the capital of Catalan. See the sunlight streaming in rainbow colors through the stained-glass windows. And admire the incredible carvings that seem to adorn every surface. Decorations inspired by nature and Christian iconography are everywhere: look out for the tortoise at the base of one pillar, and the turtle at another, designed to show the balance between land and sea. When Sagrada Familia is finally completed in 2026 — on the 100th anniversary of Gaudi's death — the Sagrada Familia will have been 144 years in the making. The Great Pyramid of Giza, by comparison, took just 20 years to build. For more fun facts like these, just plug in to the multilingual audio guide and enjoy an education in Catalan, Chinese, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, or Ukrainian! Your purchase of Sagrada Familia fast-track tickets also supports the ongoing work to finish the Basilica — making you, the humble visitor, a contributor to Antoni Gaudi's masterpiece!