Private Evening Tour of Sagrada Familia

Explore the captivating Sagrada Familia during a serene evening tour with exclusive skip-the-line access. Delve into the fascinating history behind Antoni Gaudi's masterpiece guided by a knowledgeable expert.

145.6 $

Private Sagrada Familia Tour

Basic information

Included in the price:

  • Skip-the-line ticket to the Sagrada Familia
  • Food and drinks
  • Gratuities
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off

Free cancellation: Cancel up to 24 hours in advance for a full refund

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Duration 2 - 2.5 hours: Check availability to see starting times.

Skip the ticket line: Spanish, English, French, Italian

Discover the Sagrada Familia on a Private Guided Tour

Explore the awe-inspiring Sagrada Familia, an iconic monument in Barcelona, on a private guided evening tour with skip-the-line access. Delve into the fascinating history and architecture of Antoni Gaudi's masterpiece alongside a knowledgeable expert guide.

About the Experience

Embark on a comprehensive tour of the Sagrada Familia led by a guide well-versed in Catalan modernism and the renowned architect Antoni Gaudi. Skip the long lines and relish an evening stroll, allowing you to appreciate the intricate details of this monumental structure at your own pace. As the number of visitors typically subsides after 4:00 PM, you'll have the opportunity to immerse yourself in the beauty of the building and its interiors.

Key Highlights

  • Experience the Sagrada Familia at a leisurely pace
  • Gain insights from an expert in Catalan modernism
  • Skip the line for quick access


  • Skip-the-line ticket to the Sagrada Familia

Meeting Point

Sagrada Familia Store, Carrer de la Marina, s/n, 08013 Barcelona, España

Important Information

  • Adherence to appropriate dress code is essential
  • Respectful attire required for entry
  • Church is open to all faiths
  • No barefoot entry or see-through clothing

Customer Reviews

With an overall rating of 4.7 out of 5 based on 131 reviews, this guided tour of Sagrada Familia has received high praise for the guide's knowledge and engaging narration.

Marvelous Architecture of Antoni Gaudi, History and Symbolism of Sagrada Familia

The Sagrada Familia is an awe-inspiring basilica located in Barcelona, Spain, renowned for its breathtaking architecture and rich symbolism. Designed by the visionary architect Antoni Gaudi, this masterpiece of art and engineering has captivated visitors from around the world.

Gaudi's architectural style is characterized by its unique blend of nature-inspired forms, intricate details, and vivid colors. The Sagrada Familia is a prime example of his extraordinary talent and vision.

The construction of the Sagrada Familia began in 1882, and Antoni Gaudi dedicated the last 15 years of his life exclusively to this project. The basilica is still under construction, with an estimated completion date in the upcoming years. Despite its ongoing construction, the Sagrada Familia has become an iconic symbol of Barcelona and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The Sagrada Familia's design is deeply symbolic, representing various aspects of Christianity and Gaudi's interpretation of the natural world. The facade of the basilica features intricate sculptures and facades that depict scenes from the Bible, conveying the story of Jesus Christ's life, death, and resurrection.

The Nativity Façade, for instance, showcases scenes from the birth of Jesus, presenting a harmonious blend of religious and natural motifs. The Passion Façade, on the other hand, depicts the suffering and crucifixion of Jesus Christ, with a more somber and angular design.

The interior of the Sagrada Familia is equally mesmerizing, with towering columns resembling tree trunks and a ceiling that mimics a canopy of leaves. The interplay of light through the stained glass windows creates a kaleidoscope of colors within the space, evoking a sense of divine awe and wonder.

Gaudi's meticulous attention to detail and his deep connection to nature are evident throughout the basilica. His innovative architectural techniques and use of organic forms have left an indelible mark on the world of architecture, influencing generations of architects.


1. When did the construction of the Sagrada Familia begin?

The construction of the Sagrada Familia began in 1882.

2. When is the estimated completion date for the Sagrada Familia?

The estimated completion date for the Sagrada Familia is expected to be in the upcoming years.

3. What UNESCO designation does the Sagrada Familia have?

The Sagrada Familia is designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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131 reviews

The guide did not arrive, and no alternative was offered. I had this booked for weeks, and my family was really looking forward to it. Avoid.

traveler – United States

The guide never showed up. I waited in the sun for over an hour, and there were no tickets available, so we won't get to see this at all now. Very frustrating.


My tour guide was just going through the motions about this unattractive church until I made him question the essence of this unappealing place. I can't believe I paid $460AUD to visit such a depressing and oppressive monument associated with child abuse and the murder of innocent people.

traveler – United States

The guide provided some facts and history about Sagrada Familia, yet it seemed like he was in a rush and couldn't wait to finish the tour. He also didn't appear very interested in the subject matter. It was a surprisingly slow process for such a monumental structure.

traveler – United States

I really liked seeing everything without everyone else, but I do wish that I could have seen a tower.

Igor Alexander – Germany