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This cathedral is just magical, what amazing architecture.. one of the most beautiful buildings I have ever seen and I only saw it from outside! I only stayed in Barcelona for 2 days and couldn't get a ticket to see on the inside, so make sure you get book early. I'm sure it worth a visit!

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Reviewed today

Make sure you pre book via internet as you get a time slot (we booked on our phones outside of the attraction). We went up one of the towers and had the audio tour guide - which I think is a must. It gives a great description and fully explains all the aspects of the design.
Very busy attraction but if you are limited on time during your stay in Barca this is the Church to visit - better than cathedral and all other ones we visited. It is a little out of the centre but again we thought it was worth it. Our visit latest around 90 minutes.

Thank exmoorshome
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Reviewed today via mobile

This attraction is a must on the tourist trail in Barcelona. We were told it would be better to book before going to avoid queuing and I think that is good advice. We booked at our hotel . Very interesting place to visit if your into cathedrals.

Thank paullS5793KP
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Reviewed yesterday

This is must see when in Barcelona. The structure is amazing and would be completed by 2026( was told by guide).

Thank Shivkumar2014
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Wonderful place to visit. Bought ticket on viator so we went right in. Plenty to see and admire. Gift shop was very pricey but didn't get anything. They played Ave Maria and it was glorious.

Thank JHill440
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Reviewed yesterday

You don't have to go into this church to see the detail and Biblical symbolism that went into the design of this church. When you do go inside you see the thought that went into this holy place. Even the windows speak to you when you see haw the sections represent the seasons of the year. I highly suggest you get a fast path entry guide to save time and can point out detail and answer questions. We had an excellent guide through Amigo.

Thank GrandPenguins
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Reviewed yesterday

We were so-so about booking this visit, but I’m so glad we went. This is a singular church, not only because of its architecture, but also because it is a feel-good space. The inspired use of stained glass and light is brilliant. The countless stories its walls tell are staggering. But perhaps the story of its creator and his obsession is the most remarkable of all. I recommend booking the guided tour online. This is a very popular attraction and there is no way to take in the complexity of Gaudi’s work here without someone knowledgeable pointing to the highlights. Save time and attention for the basement museum and little school that once taught the children of workers.

Thank So-much-to-see2016
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Reviewed yesterday

We saw the Sagrada 15 years ago and it wa covered in scaffold and you couldn't see much. This time it was shown in all it's glory and a sight for sore eyes so to speak. We took a hop on hop off bus during the day and went to Gaudi's gardens forst, then walked down to the Sagrada stoppinf off for dinner and a 6 pm booking which showsthe late day sun coming through the windows in majesty. Well done Gaudi and all the peope since who have brought it to the slendour for today's and future generations to enjoy.

Thank nzconeill
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Reviewed yesterday

What a marvelous piece of architecture. Best seen on the inside with the audio guide to understand the meaning behind everything.

Thank Candy P
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

What a magical place. We were expecting it to be grand but it was truly a WOW moment when we stepped inside. The sun streaming through the windows was unbelievable. We went with the fast passes and an audio tour which was great as we passed all the queues and walked round at our own pace. We went up the Nativity Tower and we wasn't disappointed, the views were breath taking, not for the faint hearted.

Thank wendys936
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