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Barcelona: Sagrada Familia Late Access Tour14 Reviews
Enjoy a guided tour of Barcelona's famous Sagrada Familia Cathedral. Regardless of one's beliefs, this cathedral is remarkable for its architecture, art, the way in which it was built, and and the history that is kept inside.
- Enjoy the sunset lights through the stained-glass windows
- Avoid crowds at a time when the church has few visitors
- Discover Gaudí's impressive architecture
DescriptionThroughout your guided tour, you will be able to observe the facades and the interior of the Basilica. You will acquire the essential knowledge that only your guide can provide you, on the symbolism that represents the Holy Family as an expression of Christian ideology through the construction in stone. In this temple you will see the exaltation of the Family of Nazareth as a model of a united family, Christians, and Roman Catholics. You will also learn to be able to recognize the principles of their various faiths. In the same way, those who profess a different faith, or none at all, can find in it the clues for the understanding of the Christian religion. You will learn of the history of the church, sacred scripture, the tradition of dedication to the saints, and the Christian doctrine and worship. In addition, you will understand all the secrets that are hidden in Gaudí's architecture and design. You will enjoy the last access to this monument for the day, when there is hardly any public in the interior. This will allow you to discover the magic that creates the light of the sunset when crossing the windows of the Basilica, creating a spectacle of colors.
IncludesEntrance to the Sagrada Familia Guided visit with a professional English-speaking guide Access to the towers Pickup and drop off
- Please note, Sagrada Familia regulations state that children under the age of 11 will not receive a headset to listen to the guide
Easy cancellationCancel up to 24 hours in advance to receive a full refund
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