Sagrada Família

Off to Sagrada Família? See our insider advice for a queue-free visit. We're also clued in on opening times and phone numbers!

Estimated wait

More than 1h Estimated wait until 15:00
Thu 23 Fri 24 Sat 25 Sun 26 Mon 27 Tue 28 Wed 29
09:00 12:00
12:00 15:00
15:00 17:00
17:00 18:00
Between 0 and 20 min
Between 20 min and 40 min
Between 40 min and 1h
More than 1h
Closed

Some recent contributions of the community

  • Shauna
    Shauna waited 5 minI purchased an online ticket. -- 22 days
  • Yael
    Yael waited 1h25-- about 1 year
  • SachaP
    SachaP waited 20 min-- over 1 year

Contact number

Sagrada Família +34 (0) 935 132 060 Online booking support +34 (0) 93 198 07 05

Our tips

Our tips

  • During high season (April-September), especially in the summer, the biggest waiting lines can be seen during the first half of the day: right from the opening time the long queue stretches around and can seem really discouraging. During lunchtime the queue becomes smaller, but standing in it gets harder (especially under the hot Spanish summer sun).

  • In the evening (after 17:00) the waiting will take much less time but there’s a risk that all the tickets for the day are already sold out (see below). If you don’t want to take risks, the best option would be to arrive about 20 minutes before the opening time.

  • We advise you to avoid an average wait of about 1-1,5 hours and to buy your ticket online. The number of people that can visit the church at the same time is limited, so it makes sense to book your place in advance. During peak periods (high season weekends, bank holidays, etc.) there’s a possibility that after standing 2 hours in the queue for the ticket office you’ll get a ticket with the entrance time 3 hours later. Thus your plans for the day may be ruined and you’ll be stuck for half the day near Sagrada Familia.

  • While booking the ticket on online you’ll see how many tickets are left for this or that time slot (if there are no more than 10 tickets left). Choose the one with the biggest number left. By the way, most people tend to book the visit for a “round” time: 10:00, 11:00… If you book for a previous or the following slot - there’s a high possibility there will be less people. That’s how it works: 200 tourists come to the entrance with their tickets in hand at 10:00, and just 40 of them at 10:15.

  • During bad weather the lifts to the towers can be closed.

  • Group visits in English start at 11:15, 12:30, 13:45 and 15:00 every day during high season and on weekends during low season. On weekdays from October to March they start at 10:15, 12:15 and 15:00.

Sagrada Familia Photo credits to frugalfirstclasstravel

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