Barcelona: Sagrada Familia Fast-Track Access Ticket
- Skip the line
- Valid: 1 day
- Optional audio guide
Explore Antoni Gaudi's unfinished masterpiece, the Sagrada Familia, with a convenient fast track entrance ticket. Gaudi's iconic work draws hundreds of locals and visitors alike to its impressive facades and awe-inspiring interior every day, making it one of the most visited monuments in Spain. Walk past the notorious long queues and start discovering the beautiful basilica at your own pace with an optional audio guide; admire the facades, interior, museum, and school. Work began on creating the true symbol of Barcelona back in 1882, and the Sagrada Familia remains a work in progress even today. Although unfinished, the basilica is by no means unworthy of a visit. A combination of Gothic and Art Nouveau forms, the UNESCO-listed structure dominates the Barcelona skyline.
Took a little bit to figure out the audio but once o did all was well. Fabulous cathedral!
Treat yourself or the football fan in your life to a 1.5 hour tour of Camp Nou, the stadium with the largest capacity in all of Europe, and visit the accompanying museum. Retrace the footsteps of the Futbol Club Barcelona's legendary players including Kubala, Cruyff, Maradona, Guardiola, and Ronaldinho. Begin your tour of the modern museum with large-format interactive walls, new showcases, and a wide collection of objects that reveal the history of FC Barcelona, explaining the values that have made Barça “more than a club.” Then take a tour of the stadium itself. The Camp Nou Experience retraces the steps of players that have made history. Experience true Barça passion by visiting the most emblematic areas of the Camp Nou, including the visitors’ changing room and the tunnel onto the pitch, where a panoramic view of the whole stadium can be enjoyed. Experience the pitch in 360 Virtual...
The experience was really worth the cost & made it a very enjoyable day at a spectacular Football Stadium. Would recommend a visit to any football lover no matter what team or country you support.
This Barcelona sightseeing tour features 2 different routes with 40 stops to choose from! See the major sights aboard an open-top double-decker bus, spending as much time as you like at places of interest to you. Hop-off at other key points of interest, including the Gothic Quarter and explore this district’s Medieval streets, or visit the fascinating Picasso Museum that boasts one of the largest collections of Picasso’s artwork anywhere in the world! La Rambla is another of Barcelona’s most popular tourist attractions, hop-off here and discover one of the city’s most vibrant areas with countless bars and eateries! A number of buildings in the city are UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Especially remarkable are the works of architect Antoni Gaudi, which can be seen throughout the city. His best-known work is the immense but still unfinished cathedral, Sagrada Familia. This has become a symb...
Great experience to be able to ride on the bus and see all the sights in one shot. I did a two day and opted to do one line on one day and the other line the next day. Also convenient when you’re exploring different sights.
The Barcelona Aquarium is located in Port Vell, the city’s old harbor area, and is the world's most important marine leisure and education center dedicated to Mediterranean undersea life. Book your priority access ticket for this unique attraction that has already been visited by more than 14 million people. The aquarium is the perfect place to learn about the seabed and the many species that live there. See the 35 Mediterranean and tropical tanks that are home to 11,000 animals from some 450 different species. Most spectacular of all is the immense Oceanarium, 5 meters deep and 36 meters in diameter. A transparent 80-meter-long tunnel runs through the Oceanarium, making it possible for you to walk among sharks, gilt heads, morays, ocean sunfish, and many other species. With your ticket you'll also be able to visit the permanent exhibitions, Planeta Aqua and Explora! that show the im...
It was very good experience! Kind stuff. The disadvanteges was that the price of the photograph that took us was 7€ properly but they charged us 12€ because it was compelled to take and a leaflet that explain the kind of fish tha we saw in the aquarium. Tricky...
Visit Park Güell with your timed admission ticket and explore the unique site at your own pace. Marvel at Antoni Gaudí's colorful mosaic art such as the Dragon Stairway with its world-famous salamander. Have a break from the city life while strolling through the green Austria Gardens and take stunning photos of Barcelona from the park's viewing points. The plan for the park was assigned to Gaudí by Eusebi Güell, a Catalan entrepreneur who wanted to recreate a British residential park on Muntanya Pelada (Bare Mountain). It was opened as a municipal park in 1926, recognized as an artistic monument in 1969 and declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1984. While you have to enter the park at your booked time slot, you can stay for as long as you like after and take it all in.
Fra le tante opere di Gaudí è quella che mi ha meno colpito, anche se vale comunque la visita. Un consiglio per fotografi, di mattina si avrà sempre il sole contro. L'unica parte che ne beneficia è la scala dei draghi (che è anche la zona più famosa).
With a public transport ticket that offers unlimited travel for 2 days or more, you’ll be able to get around Barcelona and the surrounding area and save yourself time and money. Discover Barcelona at your leisure as you travel by the metro, buses, and trams as many times as you like. Visit the city’s landmarks and monuments at your own pace on a pass that’s valid for an unlimited number of journeys on the metro and buses operated by Transports Metropolitans de Barcelona (TMB), trains operated by the Generalitat city network, and the tram and Renfe suburban trains. A pass to connect with the Barcelona airport line is included. Your public transportation ticket is valid for 48, 72, 96, or 120 consecutive hours after the validation date (depending on the option chosen).
Considerata l'ampiezza della città e il costo della singola corsa, praticamente un must, considerato cosa comprende.
Immerse yourself in the "Casa Batlló 10D Experience," which combines artificial intelligence, augmented reality, and machine learning. Delight in a unique experience of one of the masterpieces of Antoni Gaudí, an architecture and design legend. During the experience, journey into the Gaudinian universe of seemingly impossible volumetric projections, binaural sound, motion sensors, immersive spaces, and delicate appeals to the senses such as taste and smell. Enjoy two new immersive rooms: the Gaudí Dome (the first room with a dome featuring more than a thousand screens) and the Gaudí Cube (a six-sided LED cube unique in the world). Listen to a script available in 15 languages, as well as a soundtrack created exclusively by the composer Dani Howard and performed by the Berlin Symphony Orchestra. Among the novelties on offer, discover a new core of vertical communication designed by the ...
The house was beautiful! I enjoyed listening to the headsets telling me about each room. It's cool because it moved where you moved. If you wanted to go back to a different room, it would start there. It let you wander around at your own pace. The room at the end was amazing. It was a great experience. I gave it 4 stars because it would have been nice to know you needed to download the app to show your ticket. Maybe it did and I just didn't see it.
Discover Barcelona at your own pace on a double-decker hop-on hop-off bus tour! One convenient ticket is valid for two routes, each with stops at the best sites in Barcelona! A complimentary map and guide with the routes and stops will help you choose where to get off and where to stay on. You will also enjoy audio commentary in 15 different languages. In addition to the open top, the buses also have an electric roof on top for use in the event of rain. The buses are adapted for people with limited mobility and are fitted with anatomical seats and heating on both decks. They also have an attendant aboard to help you with anything you may need. East Route • Plaça de Catalunya • Cathedral-Barri Gotic • Port Vell • Museu d'Història de Catalunya • La Barceloneta • Port Olímpic • Platja del Bogatell* • Nova Mar Bella* • Forum* • Sagrada Familia Cathedral • Hospital de la Sa...
The tour was excellent, stops were clearly marked and it was easy to find my way back to the stops… all the attractions on the green route were excellent, so much so I am sorry I did not book a 2 day, as the red route looks just as appealing. Would definitely recommend to all coming to Barcelona
Watch a flamenco show at an historical venue on Barcelona's famous La Rambla, and experience a traditional folkloric experience from Spain. Make your way to the tablao (flamenco theater), where legendary artists such as Juan Villar have performed. The theater still brings the most important flamenco artists to its stage for an assurance of quality. Embrace the sensual rhythms and primal power of the music, song and dance. Admire the colorful décor of the venue, inspired by motifs that transport you back to the time of the Moors. Upgrade to the dinner option and go on a culinary journey through the foods of Spain and its regions, from the gazpachos of the south to the delicious pintxos (small snacks) of the Basque Country. Savor an authentic paella from Valencia amongst more than 40 different delicacies to try.
Buffet was very good. Many selections all very tasty. Show was very entertaining. Highly skilled dancers singers and musicians. Highly recommend.
Make your trip to Barcelona unforgettable with free access to more than 25 unique attractions and museums. Enjoy free public transportation on trams, busses, and the metro with a map of the city to get around hassle-free. Opt for 3, 4, or 5-day Barcelona Card and save up to 77% compared to regular admission prices. As well as the Barcelona Card, you will receive a map and a guidebook in 6 languages (Catalan, Spanish, English, French, German, and Italian) with information about places to visit. Enjoy up to 50% off admission to additional attractions and activities, including Gaudi’s Casa Milà and Casa Batlló, flamenco shows, and many others. The Barcelona Card offers you free access to the following attractions: Art Museums • Picasso Museum: skip the ticket line • National Art Museum of Catalonia: skip the ticket line • Barcelona Museum of Moderni...
The travel card was invaluable on our trip! It was effortless to navigate around the city. It is certainly good value if a tourist is using public transport regularly throughout the day.
Want to visit the best museums in Barcelona? In such a cultural gem of a city, you will easily find superior museums. Whether you’re in town for just a few days or you're planning a longer trip, allot some time to visit a few of these Barcelona museums.
Well known for its famous artists, Barcelona features many fantastic art museums for visitors to explore.
If you’re an art enthusiast, you can’t miss The Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya. The building itself is a piece of art with majestic domes and turrets. This museum showcases the art of Catalan modernists like Gaudí and Casas. You will also find work from the European Renaissance and the Baroque period. After an hour or two of strolling through the impressive galleries, you can relax on the roof and take in panoramic views of the city. Note that entry to the museum is free on the first Sunday of each month and every Saturday after 3 p.m.
Picasso fans will love the Museu Picasso (or the Picasso Museum). It offers you an intimate peek into Picasso’s life, artwork, education, and his personal connections to Barcelona, where he spent five years as an artist apprentice. Thanks to the permanent collection in the museum, you will see how his artwork evolved from his early Classical-style works to his later pieces. In addition, the museum often features temporary exhibitions to better showcase the scope, breadth, and depth of Picasso’s influence as a cultural icon within the art world.
Make sure to also stop by the Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art, located in the El Raval neighborhood. The collection begins with foundational avant-garde works from the 1920s, but primarily focuses on art from the second half of the 20th century to the present day. Offering more than just artwork, this museum is a hub of activities, courses, and temporary exhibitions that celebrate the power of art and innovation. Remember that the museum is closed on Tuesdays and that you can get in for free on Saturdays after 4 p.m.
The Gaudí House Museum, located in Park Güell, is more than just a house. Here you’ll have an intimate peek into the life and work of the famous Catalan architect, Antoni Gaudí. You can tour the home where he lived from 1906 to 1925. As you move through the house and gardens, you’ll have the chance to see several examples of stylistic furniture and other objects that showcase Gaudí’s design skills, including wrought-iron railings. Luckily, the museum is open daily, so you can plan your visit for any day.
After you’ve seen the Gaudí House Museum (or even if you haven’t), you won’t want to miss out on the next stop. Casa Vicens, the first house designed by this famous architect, is a colorful and unique architectural wonder located in the heart of Barcelona. The museum is open daily but note that the exact hours change depending on the time of year. Happen to be in Barcelona on May 22? You’re in luck, because on that day you can get in free!
Let’s not forget about the real crown jewel of Gaudí’s architecture: the famous cathedral La Sagrada Familia. You have probably heard something about Barcelona’s most iconic landmark. This stunning architectural wonder is rich with symbolic representations of Christian beliefs. On top of that, the cathedral is filled with art and iconography that you will marvel at, no matter your religion.
The Amatller House Museum, designed in the late 1800s by chocolatier Amatller Antoni, is another modernist architectural wonder in Barcelona. In this stunning home, you’ll feel like you stepped back in time. Stroll through its beautiful, colorful rooms while learning all about Catalan modernism. After taking in all the artwork, sip a cup of original-recipe hot chocolate in the cafeteria on the ground floor. The museum shop also offers a selection of chocolates, in case your sweet tooth still isn’t satisfied, or you want to buy some gifts. The museum is open daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
But do you want to know the real paradise for chocolate lovers? The answer is Museu de la Xocolata (Catalan for "Chocolate Museum"), located in the former Sant Agustí monastery. Here you’ll learn all about the history of chocolate and its origins, as well as its arrival in Europe. The museum offers several different activities, ranging from chocolate painting for children to wine-and-chocolate tasting for adults. Yum!
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Our guide was educated (for the most part) engaging and interesting to listen to. She was delightful and at the same time we’ll informed. The reason I hesitate is she was asked if any f Picasso’s children “did” anything. She wasn’t sure. Pabloma Piacasso, whine she spoke of is a fashion designer and had designed jewelry for Tiffani’s. She should know that. I was too shy to say.
The museum is incredible! I enjoyed exploring it immensely. I spent about 2 hours there and pretty much had the museum to myself! I appreciated the variety of Spanish and international artists' work.
The guided tour using the App works perfect!! If you don’t have enough time to spend in the basilica this is the best way to go
Took a little bit to figure out the audio but once o did all was well. Fabulous cathedral!
The audio guide I thought was truly enough for the awe inspiring visit