Discover Catalan artist Antoni Gaudi's largest and most famous work with our guided tour. You’ll be visiting the heart of an extraordinary basilica that occupies pride of place in Barcelona.
Enjoy skip-the-line access so you won't be wasting precious time in the long queues at the entrance to the building. As part of your visit, you’ll be diving into the fascinating world of the Catalan artist, who developed a unique architectural style mixing nature with different artistic trends.
During the visit your guide will explain all you need to know about the basilica and the life of its architect Gaudi, who dedicated a large part of his career to the construction of this masterpiece, wanted to design this project in its entirety. He passed away in 1926 and would unfortunately never see the end of his ambitious construction project. It still continues to this day with its completion programmed for the year 2026.
The guided tour will allow you to discover not only the interior of the building but also its magnificent façades, whose construction is also rich in anecdotes.
Confirmation will be received at time of booking.
Not wheelchair accessible.
A dress code is required. No shorts or sleeveless tops allowed. Knees and shoulders MUST be covered for both men and women. You may risk refused entry if you fail to comply with these dress requirements.
All visitors must pass through metal detectors at the security checkpoint.
This tour/activity will have a maximum of 20 travelers
Our awesome tour guide Martha Folch made our tour super interesting and informative and she answered all our questions with great knowledge. Our Mamma thoroughly enjoyed the tour all the way from Zimbabwe, Africa.
Waited at the meeting point until the designated time with 16-20 other people, but tour operator was nowhere to be seen. Tried phoning the number given, no use as it was just a pre-recorded msg. Waited an hour with others until we left, huge disappointment allot of wasted time, it was to late to arrange anything else either. No explanation or contact from company would not be dealing with them again (HISTORY GROUP tours). Viator need to vet these sort of companies more thoroughly as it just gives viator a bad name.
The number provided to call was a pre-recorded message. The event coordinators at venue had no clue and it was a huge inconvenience and disappointment to our group.
Our tour guide Maria was fabulous. It was so easy to get in to the Sagrada Familia. All of her information and answers to questions were great. Very enjoyable!