Barcelona Sagrada Familia

Barcelona Sagrada Familia

incredible construction of monumental proportions and meticulous decorations, the Sagrada Familia is one of Antoni Gaudi's craziest architectural enterprises, still in the works today.
Located in the Eixample district, the Sagrada Familia is an emblematic monument of Barcelona.

Monument Sagrada Familia of Barcelona
Sagrada Familia Barcelona
Barcelona Sagrada familia
Sagrada Familia Barcelona

The Barcelona Sagrada Familia

The Sagrada Familia is a minor Catholic basilica in Barcelona. 128 years after the laying of the foundation stone, the Sagrada Familia was consecrated as a Basilica by the blessing of Pope Benedict XVI on November 7, 2010.
The expiatory temple of the Holy Family, of its full name, is undoubtedly one of the most visited monuments in Barcelona, and Spain.

Sagrada Familia + metro

    The basilica of Barcelona is unmistakable as soon as you leave the metro.

  • Metro line 2 - Sagrada Familia
  • Metro line 5 - Sagrada Familia
  • Sagrada Familia Address : C\ Mallorca, 401

Sagrada Familia towers

Barcelona Sagrada Familia towers

The impressive project of the Holy Family, the most famous of Antoni Gaudi's monuments, consists of 18 towers. Twelve of them represent the twelve apostles, four for four evangelists, one tower for the Virgin Mary and one tower for Christ.

The facade of the nativity

facade nativite Sagrada Familia

Identical to the other facades, the nativity facade is made up of four bell towers. The façade of the nativity is the only part of the basilica that Antoni Gaudi built directly; it was recognized as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

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Barcelona Sagrada Familia
Barcelona Sagrada Familia
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Sagrada Familia Barcelona itinerary

From the Sagrada Familia to the Rambla
To go from the Sagrada Familia to the Ramblas, take the metro line 2 to Universitat, on foot you are not far from Plaça Catalunya and the Ramblas of Barcelona.
From the Sagrada Familia to Guell Park
To get to Parc Guell from Barcelona's Sagrada Familia, take the line 5 in the direction of "Cornella Centre" from Sagrada Familia to the Diagonal stop and change to the line 3 in the direction of "Trinitat Nova" and exit at Lesseps (bottom of the park) or Vallcarca (top of the park)..
From the Sagrada Familia to the Casa Batllo
To get to Casa Batllo from the Sagrada Familia, take the line 2 towards Paral-lel and exit at the Passeig de Gracia station; you are at the foot of the monument.
How to get from the Sagrada Familia to Montjuic
To get to Montjuic from the Sagrada Familia, take the line 2 to Paral-lel and then connect with the Montjuic funicular, which climbs halfway up the hill where the cable car is located.
How to reach the beaches from the Sagrada Familia
To get to the beaches of Barcelona from the Sagrada Familia, take the line 2 towards Paral-lel and exit at Passeig de Gracia station to take the line 4 towards La Pau and exit at Ciutadella Vila Olimpica metro station.
Going to the Picasso Museum from the Sagrada Familia
To discover the Picaso Museum after visiting the Sagrada Familia, take the line 2 to Passeig de Gràcia and then the line 4 towards La Pau to Jaume 1.
Going to the Gothic Quarter from the Sagrada Familia
Among the different possibilities to reach the Gothic Quarter from the Sagrada Familia, you can go to the Diagonal metro station with the line 5 and change with the line 3 to the Catalunya, Liceu or Drassanes stops that run along Barcelona's Gothic Quarter on the Rambla..
How to get from the Sagrada Familia to the port of Barcelona
The port of Barcelona can be reached via the Drassanes metro station, which is located on the line 3. Take the line 5 to Diagonal and change to the line 3 in the direction of Zona Universitària until the Drassanes stop.

After your Sagrada familia visit

Plaza Cataluña

Plaça Catalunya Barcelona

Intersection of some of Barcelona's most beautiful and unmissable avenues such as the Ramblas and the Rambla Catalunya, the Plaça Catalunya is the most famous and busiest square in Barcelona.
 Barcelona most famous place 

Barcelona Rambla

Ramblas of Barcelona

Meeting point between Plaça Catalunya and Port Vell where artists and restaurants share the 2 kilometres of the city's most frequented pedestrian avenues.
 Virtual walk on the Ramblas 

The Casa Milà (Pedrera)

Casa Mila Barcelona

Casa Milà, also known as La Pedrera, one of Antoni Gaudi's masterpieces and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is a huge house that has no right angles at all.
 Barcelona Casa Mila 

Passeig de Gracia

Passeig de Gracia Barcelona

Surrounded by luxury shops, restaurants and exceptional monuments, the Passeig de Gracia provides a link between Plaça Catalunya and the Gracia district.
 Virtual tour of the Passeig de Gracia 

Barcelona rambla
Rambla of Barcelona
the Rambla Barcelona

Liven up your stay in Barcelona !

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Barcelona aquarium

The hundreds of species that share the Barcelona Aquarium in their most faithfully represented marine environment take you to the depths of the most fascinating oceans to discover a world as magical as it is mysterious.

  Small virtual tour of Barcelona aquarium

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Barcelona Golondrinas

The Golondrinas in Barcelona's Port Vell offer sea trips to discover the main features of the port and the city's beaches, lasting 40 minutes or an hour and a half.

  Boat trip on the port of Barcelona

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Barcelona Camp Nou stadium

Come and experience the Barça atmosphere at Camp Nou. With a capacity of more than 99,000 seats, the FC Barcelona stadium, located in the Les Corts district of Barcelona, is one of the largest stadiums in Europe.

  Virtual walk around the Camp Nou stadium

Barcelona Sagrada Familia
Barcelona Sagrada Familia Most visited monument in Barcelona

Barcelona's Sagrada Familia, atonement temple of the Holy Family, architectural masterpiece of Antoni Gaudi, and emblematic monument of Barcelona, is undoubtedly one of the most famous and visited tourist sites among the must-sees of Barcelona and Spain.

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