Get to now the secrets of Gaudi's most important project
Visit the unfinished Basilica designed by Antoni Gaudi with a private tour guide to discover the mysteries and riddles created by Gaudi during more than 44 years. The construction of Sagrada Familia started in 1882 and it is still unfinished after 133 years of construction. You will know the reasons why it is still unfinished and when it will be finished. You will see what's already built and what's still left.
Antoni Gaudi was a very religious person and very soon this project became the most important work of his life. We will enter into Gaudi's life to understand his faith and courage to finish this basilica.
-Meeting place: Private group's entrance, Nativity Façade on Marina Street.
-View of Nativity Façade form the Park.
-Entrance to the Basilica and Nativity Façade.
-Visit of the interior, central and side naves and the apse, elevator up to one of the bell towers (optional)
-The former children's school and Gaudi's workshop.
-Sagrada Familia Museum.
-End of the tour.
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Suggested by Guide: Private group's entrance, Nativity Façade on Marina street.
End Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Cruise Ship Port, Airport, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building
Duration: 2 hours
We shall meet at the private groups entrance (Nativity Façade) on Marina street.
NO transportation included in the tour
Estimated Local Cash Needed
30 € - per person. Admission fee for La Sagrada Familia *
Reduced fees for students, seniors.
Free of charge for children (younger than 11) and visitors with any disability.
**The lifts in the towers will be closed in adverse weather conditions including strong winds and/or rain.
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Cayetano was excellent and provided us with a memorable experience at Sagrada Familia. He was able to not only share the history of Gaudi, the church and Barcelona, but did so in a way that was very entertaining! We would highly recommend Cayetano!