Entry ticket

Barcelona: Cathedral of Barcelona Entry Ticket

Entry ticket

Barcelona: Cathedral of Barcelona Entry Ticket

From US$ 13.03 per person

Discover the Cathedral of Barcelona and its remarkable gothic architecture with an entry ticket. Explore this wonder of the 13th and 14th century, located in the breathtaking Gothic Quarter.

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Audio guide included
Spanish, Catalan, English, German, Italian, French


  • Marvel at the stunning structure of the Cathedral, product of centuries of work
  • Enjoy the lush garden and fountain at the center of the cathedral's cloister
  • Visit the Well of Geese in the cloister to see the church's famed birds
  • See extraordinary views of the Gothic Quarter from the cathedral's rooftop
  • Learn about the cathedral's history in the Chapter Hall, converted into a museum
Full description

Discover the jewel of Barcelona's famed Gothic Quarter with this entry ticket to the Cathedral of Barcelona. Learn about the historical background of this church which was constructed in the 14th and 15th centuries. Begin by going through the external doors of Pieta and Saint Eulalia to enter the cathedral's cloister. Next pass the Romanesque interior door, made of white marble and archivolts decorated with geometric patterns and a Gothic pediment. Wander through the cloister and its four galleries with ogive arches separated by pillars. Gaze at the reliefs sculpted into the pillars of the cloister arches, showing scenes from the Old Testament. Learn about the Holy Cross, and the keystones of the vault depicting scenes from the New Testament. Next take some time to check out the chapels arranged along the three galleries, each initially dedicated to the patron saint of an institution or guild, and placed under the protection of a specific family. Then observe the cloister garden with palm trees, magnolias, an orange tree, and a fountain. Here, the traditional “ou com balla” (dancing egg) takes place each year for the celebration of Corpus Christi. There is a large pond in the cloister that is home to the 13 white geese of the Cathedral. Continue by taking the elevator to the rooftops, through the chapel of the Innocent Saints, next to the door of San Ivo. From the rooftops, gaze upon the two bell towers, the two lateral pinnacles, the cimborio crowned by the Holy Cross, the cloister, and a spectacular panoramic view of Barcelona. After enjoying the rooftop views, visit the historic Chapter Hall, converted into a museum space. This is located under the gallery of the cloister, next to the chapel dedicated to Saint Lucia. Originally, it was the site of a soup kitchen for the poor. Once inside the Chapter Hall, wrap up by checking out the 11th-century lobed baptism font from the former Romanesque temple and the terracotta sculpture of Saint Eulalia by Giuliano di Nofri, from the pediment over the door of Saint Eulalia.

  • Ticket
  • Access to the rooftop
  • Access to the Chapter Hall
  • Booking fee of 3 EUR
  • Guided tour

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What to bring

  • Camera
  • Water

Not allowed

  • Hats
  • Pets (assistance dogs allowed)
  • Making noise
  • See-through clothing

Know before you go

  • The visit takes approximately 1-2 hours
Customer reviews

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Very beautiful but above all well download the audio guide at the entrance using the QR code to hear the explanations and take headphones. Lack of explanation for the audioguide, we had to ask a guard, many people couldn't find it. No need to book if you go early because no long lines!

November 1, 2022

Beautiful site but audio guide not great. Explanation with audio guide a bit messy Hard to navigate with the numbers and one number was not translated into French.

March 21, 2023

The cathédrale is beautiful and the audio guide is exhaustive (the itinéraire is enough). It is worth visiting and going up to the terrace

March 17, 2023

Product ID: 428189