- A century-long work in progress
- Barcelona's most iconic sight
- Exceptional Modernist architecture
La Sagrada Familia is one of Barcelona's most iconic sights. The construction of the church commenced in 1882 and nearly came to a halt in 1926 with the death of Gaudi, when less than a quarter of the project was complete. Construction resumed in the 1950s, and only passed the midpoint of completion in 2010. The anticipated year of completion is 2026, 100 years after Gaudi's passing. It's a little bit of a trek to visit, but definitely worth it.
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The La Sagrada Familia metro station is served by Line 2 and Line 5.
Fees & Booking Information
Advance booking required
Tickets go on sale about two months in advance. Tickets can also be purchased day of at the box office, subject to availability.
Opening hours can change and places may be closed during national holidays - plan your trip with Journy and your trip designer will help ensure places are open for your dates.
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