Sagrada Familia and Park Güell combination tour with a local guide (2023)

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  • Get an up-close look at Gaudí's unique architecture with an experienced local guide
  • Make the most of your stay with a combo ticket for two consecutive days
  • Enjoy priority access to the Sagrada Familia, one of the city's top attractions
  • Sit on the mosaic balcony of Park Güell and admire the view over Barcelona
  • Learn about two UNESCO sites in a small group limited to 15 people

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Doubly marvel at Barcelona's most exciting architecture with this combined small-group tour of the Sagrada Família and Park Güell. In the following days, you will discover two of Gaudí's masterpieces on an extensive tour. Rosa, one of our experienced local guides, says: “Touring the Sagrada Familia and Park Güell is like stepping into Gaudí's mind. His aversion to straight lines can be seen at every step.

On your first day, you will visit the dazzling Sagrada Familia, one of the most visited attractions in Barcelona. With priority entrance tickets, enter the basilica to admire its astonishing interior, where vaulted ceilings soar seventy meters. Your guide will point out the main features and tell you the history of the basilica - which is still under construction - and point out the intricate stained glass windows and giant columns. You will also visit the Sagrada Família museum to see drawings, plaster models, and photographs detailing the history of this impressive building.

The next day you will visit Park Güell - a real highlight of Barcelona and a must-see when visiting the city. Your guide will lead you through the different areas of the park while explaining its fascinating history. Rosa says: “Park Güell is a celebration of colour, with thousands of intriguing details to discover. You will find that the shapes, columns and walls will surprise you - expect the unexpected. When you see Gaudí's whimsical work in a natural setting, you can fully appreciate the incredible creativity and vision of this master architect."

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  • This is a combination ticket where you visit the Sagrada Familia on the first day and Park Güell on the second day
    • You will visit in a small group of a maximum of 15 people. The small group size ensures a personalized experience away from the crowds
    • Please note that these tours are not wheelchair accessible
    • You will be accompanied by a local guide with excellent knowledge of the Sagrada Família and Park Güell

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    Combination ticket for 2 tours in 2 days (Sagrada Familia tour and Park Guel tour)

    Friendly local guides

    Skip-the-line entrance tickets to the Sagrada Familia (with headphones for groups of 10 or more)

    Entrance ticket to Park Güell

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    Transfer between Sagrada Familia and Park Güell

    Cancellation Policy

    Get a 100% refund if you cancel up to 24 hours before the activity starts.

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    Good news! There are no additional costs associated with this booking.


    Place of meeting:

    Please note that there are two different meeting points.

    In front of the Sagrada Familia tour The meeting point is: Avinguda de Gaudí, 9. Meet your guide in front of the ice cream shop.

    For the Park Güel l tour, the meeting point is: Ctra. del Carmel, 23. Meet your guide at the entrance to the park in Carretera del Carmel (opposite the ticket machines).

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    Can you do Sagrada Familia and Park Güell in one day? ›

    If you are in Barcelona, these two iconic masterpieces are a must-visit. Opt for a combo ticket so you can explore Park Guell and Sagrada Familia on the same day. Your trip starts at the La Sagrada Familia, Antoni Gaudi's most famous work.

    Is the guided tour at Sagrada Familia worth it? ›

    La Sagrada Familia tours cost a bit more than the ticket price but are often well worth the extra fee. Tours are packed with added value and groups usually zip past the long queues. Best time to visit: September to October is a good time to visit, along with March and May.

    Do I need a guided tour for Park Güell? ›

    If it is your first time visiting Park Guell, it is recommended that you opt for a guided tour. Your professional guide will plan everything for you, allowing you to relax and enjoy your maiden visit. Choosing a guided tour will also ensure that you do not miss out on the must-see attractions of the park.

    Can you walk from Park Güell to Sagrada Familia? ›

    Antoni Gaudí's Park Güell and Sagrada Família are two of the top attractions that cannot be missed on a holiday in Barcelona. Separated by just 1.5 miles (2.5 kilometres), many visitors choose to walk between the two sights, and the fastest and most direct option is along Carrer de Sardenya, taking the curved Ctra.

    Should I visit Park Guell or Sagrada Familia first? ›

    As Anthony K, start with Park Guell as you can walk downhill to Sagrada Familia, it's about 30 minute for a direct path but you should go through the Vila de Gràcia neighbourhood below Park Guell,a lively, lively and hip part of the city with plenty of bars, restaurants, coffee shops and interesting stores this can ...

    Is it better to go to Park Guell in the morning or Evening? ›

    Park Guell is one of the most popular attractions in Barcelona and hence, tends to get crowded. The best time to visit Park Guell would be between 9:30 AM to 11 AM on a weekday.

    Which tour is best for Sagrada Familia? ›

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    Can you wear sandals in Sagrada Familia? ›

    No. Visitors who are barefoot or wearing flip-flops and open sandals are not allowed inside Sagrada Familia.

    What is the least crowded day to visit Sagrada Familia? ›

    Best Time to Visit Sagrada Familia

    Mondays are the best day of the week to visit Sagrada Familia. Many other attractions in Barcelona are closed on Mondays and tourists assume that Sagrada Familia is closed too.

    What is the best time of day to visit Park Güell? ›

    The best days to visit are on weekdays as the Park is most crowded during the weekend. Plan to visit Park Guel during the early morning hours between 9:30 AM to 11 AM, preferably on a Monday or a Thursday. The park can get quite crowded on weekends, especially during peak tourist season.

    What should I wear to Parc Guell? ›

    Carry a hat, sunglasses, and sunscreen lotion, to protect yourself from the heat. Carry water and snacks with you. If you are planning to explore all parts of Park Guell, you may be spending hours walking and trekking through its grounds and archways.

    What is the best time of day to go to Park Güell? ›

    With this info, we can better orient ourselves on what is the best time to visit Parc Guell. The early hours of the morning from 9:00 am to 10:30 am are ideal times to visit with fewer people – while also being able to take good photos.

    How far apart are Sagrada Familia and Park Guell? ›

    The distance between the Sagrada Família and Park Güell is 2.4 km. It takes about 12 minutes by car, between 20 and 30 minutes by bus or metro, and finally 35 minutes walking to go from one monument to the other.

    Which entrance is best for Parc Guell? ›

    The main entrance to Park Güell is on the south side, on Carrer d'Olot, from which visitors can enjoy the spectacular view of the stairway with the hypostyle room. The wall of the park is made of rustic stone topped with ceramic tiling and medallions bearing the name of Park Güell.

    How do I get to Parc Guell for free? ›

    Local people officially residing in neighbourhoods adjacent to Park Güell (La Salut, Vallcarca-Penitents, El Coll, Can Baró, El Baix Guinardó and El Carmel) are guaranteed free access via a non-transferable admission card. The issue of the card can be requested by phone on 010 or on the municipal website.

    Can you just turn up at Parc Guell? ›

    In order to guarantee access to Park Güell, we recommend advance reservation and purchase of tickets. This reservation can be made up to three months ahead of the visit, choosing the date and the time-band, up to a maximum of nine tickets per person for each purchase.

    How much time do you need at Park Güell? ›

    So, how long does it take to visit Park Güell? To visit the Monumental Zone of ​​Gaudí, I'd recommend you allot at least two hours. Traveling to and from the park via Barcelona public transport adds another 30/40 minutes from the city centre.

    How long is the guided tour of Park Güell? ›

    The guided tour lasts approximately 50 minutes. Available up to 48 hours in advance.

    Is it worth paying for Park Guell? ›

    Its colorful, stunning architecture has dazzled tourists for decades. But for travelers tracking their every penny, some might wonder if the 13.5 euros to enter Park Güell's Monumental Zone is worth it. In short: you'd be a fool to miss out on this mosaic paradise!

    What is amazing about Park Guell? ›

    Park Güell is an enormous garden with stunning and distinct architectural elements designed by the renowned Catalan architect, Antoni Gaudí. The Park is named after Eusebi Güell, a rich entrepreneur and count that had a great passion for Gaudí's work and who became his patron.

    Why is Park Guell so popular? ›

    Why is Park Güell famous? Park Güell is a sprawling wonderland of colorful mosaics and nature-inspired architecture. It's famous for being one of architect Antoni Gaudí's greatest creations. The park is full of whimsical sculptures and stunning examples of Catalan modernism.

    How long is guided tour of Sagrada Familia? ›

    How long is the Sagrada Familia guided tour? A. Sagrada Familia guided tours can be anywhere between 1 hour to 2.5 hours depending on the type of tour you book.

    How far in advance should I buy tickets for the Sagrada Familia? ›

    Don't wait until the last minute to buy your tickets. Purchase your tickets to the Sagrada Familia as soon as you decide the date of your visit to Barcelona. As a rule of thumb, you can purchase your tickets 3-4 months in advance.

    Is the Nativity or Passion Facade better at Sagrada Familia? ›

    The majority of the visitors to Sagrada Familia seem to think that the Nativity facade is better than the Passion facade. The guides who take the tourists to both the towers say they have seen a better sense of satisfaction in tourists who go up the Nativity facade.

    Can I wear shorts in Sagrada Familia? ›

    No, it is not allowed to wear shorts in La Sagrada Família which is an active Catholic church. As in all Catholic churches, you must dress appropriately. It is advised not to reveal too much skin, no sleeveless shirts, or very short pants.

    Can you wear leggings in Spain? ›

    When deciding what to wear in Spain, pack at least a pair of jeans and a pair of thick leggings. If you plan to explore the north of Spain where some of the most fantastic cities are – like Bilbao, San Sebastian, and Asturias you may even want to layer your leggings underneath your jeans.

    Can I bring water bottle to Sagrada Familia? ›

    It is not permitted to take any food or drink into the Sagrada Familia. If you have some stashed in your bag, it's quite possible it will be taken from you as you pass through the security checks.

    Is the Sagrada Familia better at night? ›

    The best time to visit Sagrada Familia for photographs is late afternoon and early evening during golden hour. Light floods through the stained glass windows and the basilica glows.

    Are lines long at Sagrada Familia? ›

    During the high season, the queue to visit the Sagrada Familia can be as long as 2 hours.

    What age is senior at Sagrada? ›

    A senior in all of Spain is a person who has reached the age of 65 years. it is said on la sagrada familia website.

    Is Park Guell no longer free? ›

    Park Güell is not free. In order to visit it, you must buy a Park Güell ticket in advance and choose the day and time of your visit. The money from your ticket is used to maintain and renovate one of the most visited monuments in Barcelona!

    Can I bring a backpack to Park Guell? ›

    In regards to your question, we would like to inform you that you can definitely bring backpacks with food and water, but you won't be able to eat or drink inside of the Monumental Area. However, there are designated picnic areas throughout the Park where you can do so.

    Is Park Guell free for locals? ›

    Locals have free access to Park Güell, at any time during its opening hours (7 AM to 10 PM). Local residents don't need to book tickets in advance anymore and can instead enter the park in the following ways.

    Do Parc Guell tickets sell out? ›

    Especially during this time of year, a lot of visitors come to Park Güell every day, and since only 400 people are allowed inside the Monumental Area every 30 minutes, tickets tend to get sold out fairly quickly. Booking in advance guarantees you access at the desired time and not having to wait for hours to do so.

    Is Park Guell free on Sundays? ›

    What is this? The entire Park Guell is free all day long except the Monumental Zone. This area is the most popular and most visited section of the park. This area of the park is roped off certain times of the day to control the number of people in the Monumental Zone.

    Can you enter Park Guell after 8pm? ›


    From 9:30 am to 7:30 pm. The following times are reserved exclusively for neighbors and Gaudir Més members, and tourist visits are not allowed: "BON DIA BARCELONA": From 7 to 9:30 am. "BON VESPRE BARCELONA": From 8 to 10 pm.

    Why is Sagrada Familia taking too long? ›

    A. Sagrada Familia's construction was hampered by the death of Antoni Gaudi. It was then delayed in 1936 during the Spanish Civil War.

    Is there a line to get into Park Guell? ›

    The Park Guell is located far from the city center on a hill overlooking the city of Barcelona. From the center of Barcelona, you can get to the park by the underground (Line 3) or by bus. If you take the metro, you must climb to the park. The underground station is 1300 meter distance from the Park.

    Which metro station is best for Parc Guell Barcelona? ›

    A. The closest metro station to Park Guell would be either Lesseps or Vallcarca, both on the L3 line, and located about 15-20 minutes away from Park Guell.

    Can you buy Park Guell tickets at the entrance? ›

    There are two main ways to buy tickets for Park Güell: Either on the spot at the Parc Güell ticket office, although you may have to wait in long queues. Or directly online on this page: Park Guell tickets. Simply choose the date and time of your visit.

    How long do you need at Sagrada Familia and Tower? ›

    How Long Do you Need to Tour Sagrada Familia? It takes roughly 2 hours to explore Sagrada Familia thoroughly. You can stay for however long you want with one entrance ticket. So take in every moment of your visit to Sagrada Familia and do not miss the crypt and the Gaudi museum in the basement.

    How long does it take to visit Sagrada Familia with towers? ›

    It takes about 2 hours to visit the Sagrada Familia including the towers, the small museum in the basement, and the store. Please note that once inside the basilica, you can stay as long as you like!

    How long is Sagrada Familia tour with towers? ›

    A: You can visit Sagrada Familia on a guided tour with entrance to the towers. The entire tour lasts 2 hours and gives you express entrance to the basilica to avoid the long queues.

    What is the best day and time to visit Park Guell? ›

    What is The Best Time To Visit Park Güell? Park Guell, being one of the most popular attractions in Barcelona, tends to be extremely busy during the peak season of April to August. To avoid the crowds, plan your visit during the low season between January to March or October to December.

    What is the best time of day to go to the Sagrada Familia? ›

    The best time of day to visit La Sagrada Familia is in the morning combined with a visit during the week. Be there right before 9 a.m. to avoid waiting lines and crowds.

    Which tower is better to visit Sagrada Familia? ›

    The Passion Towers give you a better view of the ocean. The Nativity Towers give you better views of the mountain range behind Barcelona. Visiting the Sagrada Familia is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, so take full advantage of it by going to the towers and taking a guided tour.

    Which tower should I go up Sagrada Familia? ›

    Know Before You Go Up The Sagrada Familia Towers

    You can choose to go up the spire on the Nativity Façade and get sea views over the east of Barcelona, or the tower of the Passion Façade that face the city centre. Visitors must take the stairs down from the towers, both on the Passion Façade and the Nativity Façade.

    How long is the guided tour of Parc Guell? ›

    The guided tour lasts approximately 50 minutes. Available up to 48 hours in advance.

    Do I need a guide for Sagrada Familia? ›

    If you're interested, there is an international mass that takes place every Sunday at 9 AM. We recommend going on a guided tour of Sagrada Familia to make the most of your visit. If not, you can always read about the Basilica and its history before you go.

    Can you take photos in Sagrada Familia? ›

    If you're a tourist with a regular camera then you will be permitted to take photographs inside the Sagrada Familia. If you're a professional photographer mimicking a tourist you won't be. No professional equipment is allowed inside and media photography is prohibited unless previously authorized.


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