Sagrada Família Tours

La Sagrada Família, Antoni’s Gaudi masterpiece, is definitely a must on your trip to Barcelona and that is why we created different tours customized to your needs, budget, crew and time so you don’t leave Barcelona without seeing it.

Let yourself be surrounded by the essence of the most iconic work of the genius architect Antonio Gaudi.

Sagrada Familia Tours

Sagrada Familía Tours

Skip the line and enjoy the Sagrada Familia!
Explore Gaudì’s most important work.
Explore the trademark of Barcelona in under two hours!
Take a walk around Barcelona, explore the Barrio Gotico!
This 4 hour tour will make your time fly while discovering Gaudì!

Highlights of Our Sagrada Família Tours

Sagrada Família Tours Reviews

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Read what other travelers love about our tours

The Sagrada Familia was a excellent tour the guide was very informative about the church and how Gaudi designed it

Skip the Line Sagrada Familia Small Group Tour,
June C

Our family (grandparents, daughter, and 6-y-o granddaughter) had a wonderful half-day Gaudi experience for kids with Romena (not sure I am remembering her name exactly right). A historian by training, she was tuned in to our 6-year-old and to us as adults, making the day fun and informative as we visited La Sagrada Familia and Casa Batlo. A great bonus was discovering the best hot chocolate in the world in a little out of the way place next door to Casa Batlo. Highly recommend this tour!

Great Gaudi tour for kids,
Paul H

Recommend this Tour for a Family! We had a delightful time visiting the famous Sagrada Familia. Our guide Anna was amazing and so helpful with our children (four boys ages 7, 6, 4, 16 months). We learned so much about the cathedral and all of its nuances. I am so grateful I found this tour and option for our family as it really was the only way to visit this location with the ages of my children.

Sagrada Familia and Barrio Gotico Tour,
Jen T

What an incredible day tour of Barcelona. Aida López was an amazing tour guide, and she shared her city with passion and enthusiasm. Specifically, the tour of the Sagrada Familia was fantastic, as Aida was extremely knowledgeable on all things Gaudí. She also was able to get tickets that enabled you to skip the line! I would recommend this tour (and tour guide!) for anyone interested in seeing Barcelona. Thank you Aida!

Almost Private Sagrada Familia Experience,

Our family of 3 did a walking tour of the Sagrada Familia with skip the line tickets. Our guide, Marta Cots, was fantastic. She was very knowledgeable and also clearly passionate about her job and Barcelona in general. That made the experience even better. Marta was willing (and able) to answer our questions and took her time. Would definitely recommend Marta as your guide!

Sagrada Familia and Park Guell For Families,
Dalius S

Why Choose us for for your Sagrada Família Tour

Skip the Line in Sagrada Família Entrance

Private tours Barcelona

No matter if you are a solo traveler or in a couple or with a bunch of friends or with the whole family, all our tours include skip-the-line entrance. We know you want to get straight to the point so let's save the long lines, the heat and the hassle and get inside quickly.

Licensed, professional, multilingual guides

They are the core of our team, specially selected through a rigorous process to make sure you get the best experience ever during your visit.<br /> They are fun, knowledgeable, experienced, engaging and amazing people who are always ready to answer any question you might have and make the tour as enjoyable and dynamic as possible.

Things you should know before your visit La Sagrada Família.

  • This site is a must see for those who visit for the first time.
  • Ticket lines can be long, so it is a good idea to book in advance and consider entering the line.
  • Eating, drinking and smoking are prohibited on the grounds of the basilica.
  • While photography is allowed, the use of a tripod is not without prior permission.
  • Much of the basilica and the museum have wheelchair access, but the towers do not.