Outside will leave you speechless, inside will take your breath away. We also booked to go up one of the towers which I would strongly recommend if u visit. Booking before your trip may avoid disappointment and long queues.
About Basilica of the Sagrada Familia
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My poor writing skill will never be able to explain how beautiful and magical this church is. I visited first thing in the morning and I'm so glad I did. It was a beautiful morning and sunlight beam through stained window glass from both side,...More
Absolutely mind blowing architecture. Buy the audiotape as it really helps you understand how the cathedral was built and the architectural masterpieces inside and out.
Would recommend purchasing tickets online prior to trip, and would recommend audio guide too. Inside is absolutely breathtaking! Security q staff all great and efficient
I wasn't thrilled with the exterior to be honest but the the interior space and stained glass were stunning. The use of different tones depending on the location and orientation of the windows was truly magical. Not sure what the architect would make of the...More
La Sagrada Familia is astonishing in scale and vision. Spectacular stained glass windows flood the interior with color in early morning and late afternoon. A most uplifting experience. (Tip: Buy timed tickets online.) If the crowds overwhelm, visit the sanctuary space within for prayer and...More
We went to revisit again this year but did not get in at 10 AM. The ticket booth is minuscule and difficult to find and was moved to the rear. The guards totally ignored us. Eventually we found out we had to wait 3 1/2...More
When you exit the metro and are faced with this it is a jaw dropping moment! Every bit as spectacular as you would imagine! Not an anti climax in any way. Buy tickets that include one of the towers-we did the passion tower and it...More
Everything about this structure defies conventional logic. From the more than century long construction schedule, to the fact that there is not 1 straight line in the whole complex. Gaudi was truly a genius ahead of his time. make sure to visit the museum underneath...More