The Sagrada Familia is a prestigious tourist attraction and landmark in Barcelona. It is a stunning work by the great architect Antoni Gaudí, but was never completed. Donations keep construction going and it is due to be completed by 2026. Construction of the Nativity facade and basement has been taken over by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. Climb up one of the tall spires of the church to enjoy a bird's eye view of Barcelona.
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Art lovers should all visit Barcelona to see beautiful art by Gaudi and even the only Picasso painted outdoors. Whether you appreciate art or just want a great postable picture, Barcelona should be on your list of places in Europe to visit and explore. Highly recommended to try local tapas and sangria while you're there!
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Barcelona!!! amazing destination, La Sagrada Familia is an amazing landmark worthy of a visit...
Such a beautiful place! def must put on ur visit list if u come to Barcelona.
Don’t forget to get the audio guide as well (u’ll be mesmerized by the background stories).
You never thought that a church would show
hundreds of years in such a way that you can interpret him as the biggest case of procrastination
but it is better to interpret the perfection of the highest requirements
The numerous pillar-shaped pillars of the church are like the big trees in the church.
They are the forest churches built by the tree of life
and the lights on the ceiling are like the stars at night illuminating every dim Corner
If the starlight can't reach, then there are beautiful stained glass on both sides
[The origin of the Sagrada Familia]
The Sagrada Familia Cathedral is also called the Holy Family Cathedral.
is a large Roman Catholic church in Barcelona
designed by Spanish architect Antonio Gaud (18521926)
is the first of the most important buildings in Gauds life
due to the Sagrada Familia The architectural details of the church are numerous and have not yet been completed
but have been chosen by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site
November 2010 Pope Benedict XVI has sealed the church as a sacred sanctuary
church visit 17 euro church visit + audio guide (with Chinese) 25 euros
church visit + Deng Tower + audio guide 32 euros
with a guided tour of the church to visit the free student card for children of 26 euros
10 years old and below Can offer
It is recommended to purchase tickets in advance on the official website to book the visit time. During the summer peak season, it is difficult to get a ticket
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