Consider the surprising life of one of history’s most brilliant architects, Antoni Gaudí, and the equally incredible history and little-known details of his masterpiece: the Sagrada Familia basilica
Spain’s most visited attraction, a must for any first trip to Barcelona.
Antoni Gaudí’s most spectacular work.
It has become the world-renowned icon for Barcelona.
The interior and exterior of the basilica, the interesting life of this brilliant architect and also the hidden symbols that are scattered throughout the work.
As an accredited guide, I have direct access to monuments without having to wait in long queues.
You’ll have plenty of time to listen, observe, ask questions and take photographs.
Discover the symbolism and history of Gaudi’s work, and feel free to ask as many questions as you like.
I will take groups of up to 5 people. For large groups, don’t hesitate to contact me.
I adapt to the needs to any group, including groups with mobility issues or groups with children.
Take a plunge into the spiritual and architectural dream-turned-reality of Antoni Gaudí on a guided tour with an accredited guide accredited by the Government of Catalonia.
Despite being under construction for over 130 years, and with a completion date sometime in the next decade, the Sagrada Familia attracts nearly 4 million visitors annually.
Not surprisingly, we recommend purchasing an entrance ticket ahead of time. On this visit, you’ll learn everything from the little-known details to the most fabled legends.
Explore why this project had such an imprint on the Gaudí, even becoming an obsession, and what inspired the design of each nook and cranny inside and outside, which feature no straight lines. Please, don’t hesitate to ask as much as you like. Once the tour ends, you can remain inside the temple and savour the visit for as long as you like.
Visitors are asked to wear modest clothing when visiting the basilica.
Children must also reserve a ticket even though entrance is free.
Visitors are not permitted to eat, drink or smoke inside the basilica.
Photos are permitted; however, using flash or a tripod is prohibited.
At the Nativity Façade of La Sagrada Familia on Marina Street. You will recognize me easily because I will wear the official guide badge and have a red folder in my hand.
Explanations in English with an accredited guide
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