Barcelona Fast Track Guided Tour: Sagrada Familia Tour with Access

2 Ratings
  • Live Guide
  • Skip the line
  • E-Ticket
  • 1.5 hr

Experience a 1,5-hour stroll through the world-known Sagrada Familie, Spain's most visited landmark. Admire the amazing architecture and witness the life and work of its founder, Antoni Gaudí. Learn about the incredible history of the Sagrada Familia, along with its stories and anecdotes that date back to 1882 when construction first began. Skip the ticket line Live tour guide ( English, French, Spanish ) Wheelchair accessible Entrance fees and tickets Visit the museum on-site to learn about the renowned architect of the Sagrada Familia Wonder at the exclusive and world-famous interior of the Sagrada Familia Experience the bright light from the stained glass windows of the Basilique Enjoy quick access to the monument for more time inside. Find out from a professional guide about the history and building of Sagrada Familia 90 Minutes Expert Guided Tour

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Take a guided tour of La Sagrada Familia cathedral with an expert guide, and marvel at Barcelona’s most iconic landmark in the soft light of the morning. On this tour you’ll admire the artwork of Gaudi. Striking for its architectural features and art, the Sagrada Familia is legendary. It was the all-consuming obsession of the modernist architect, Antoni Gaudi. His work on the building began in 1882 and remains unfinished. During the tour, your guide will point out the contrasting nativity and passion façades. You’ll also learn about the symbolism and representations of the Holy Family as an expression of Christian ideology, constructed in stone. Note the Christian iconography as you hear about the history of the church. See the angled pillars sprouting like a web of tree branches, holding up the roof. Below the ground is the Museu Gaudi, where you’ll find documentation about Gaudi’s life and work. There is also a crypt where masses are held, and a viewing platform above the burial site of the architect.
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