Sagrada Familia Tour

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    This tour is provided by

    The Touring Pandas

    Times and tourism have changed, and our Asian visitors know that. The days of crowded groups are over and now Korean, Japanese and Chinese visitors prefer to travel alone and independently, enjoying more time to be on their own, experience the local atmosphere and take pics out of the crowd. As a young, dynamic and welcoming company we think that the quality of your experience will mark your stay in Barcelona. That’s why we want to be your hosts and we invite you to experience our Barcelona tours in your own language: Korean, Japanese or Chinese.

    • 3 Hours
    • Group size: 12
    • Barcelona, Spain

    If there is one thing you can’t miss in your visit to Barcelona, that is the Sagrada Familia. As one of the most famous landmarks in the world, the story of this church goes beyond the building itself. The temple means so much to Barcelona that it is impossible to understand the city as it is today without Gaudí and the Sagrada Familia. In our Sagrada Familia Tour in English, Japanese, Korean or Chinese, we will tell you all about Gaudi’s unfinished dream and how it changed after the tragic death of the architect. At the end of the tour, you will get a fast-track ticket to enter the Sagrada Familia without waiting in line.

    The Sagrada Familia is usually fully booked with several days in advance. We recommend you to book early to make sure you get a space in the tour!


    • Learn everything about Gaudí and his masterpiece, the most visited monument in Spain
    • Get a fast-track ticket to skip the lines and explore the Sagrada Familia with an audio guide in your language
    • Enjoy a safe and comfortable tour in a small group of up to 12 people in English, Japanese, Korean, or Chinese

    Meeting Point

    Carrer de Sant Antoni Maria Claret, 167. Outside the Sant Pau Art Nouveau Site.
    Your guide will be wearing a blue cap with The Touring Pandas logo.

    End point

    Sagrada Familia. Carrer de Mallorca, 401

    Departure Time

    The Sagrada Familia Tour departs daily at

    • 9:00am in Chinese
    • 9:15am in Japanese
    • 9:30am in Korean
    • 10:00am in English
    • Please arrive at the meeting point 10 minutes before


    The Sagrada Familia Tour lasts approximately 3 hours (1h30min tour, 1h30min recommended inside the Sagrada Familia)

    Price Includes

    • Sagrada Familia Tour in English, Japanese, Korean or Chinese
    • Small Group (up to 12 people)
    • Sant Pau Art Nouveau Site (exterior)
    • Avinguda Gaudi and Sagrada Familia neighbourhood
    • Sagrada Familia – Passion facade
    • Sagrada Familia – Nativity facade
    • Sagrada Familia Fast-track ticket
    • Audioguide in your selected language

    Price Excludes

    • Climb to the tower (not available until December)
    • Hotel pick-up

    Cancellations and amendments

    You can cancel or reschedule the Sagrada Familia Tour in English, Japanese, Korean or Chinese up to 24 hours before departure time. After that, it is non-refundable. In case of force majeure or inclement weather, the guided tour can be cancelled or rescheduled by the Touring Pandas, and the corresponding amount will be refunded. Make sure to arrive at the meeting point 10 minutes before departure. Latecomers and no-shows don’t get a refund.


    Meeting point: Sant Pau Art Nouveau Site

    Our tour starts at Sant Pau Hospital, one of Barcelona’s hidden gems only 5 minutes away from Sagrada Família. More than a century ago, this was one of the most avantgarde hospitals in Europe, and also one of the most beautiful. Sant Pau was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997. You will learn about its history and how its origins are very similar to those of the Sagrada Família.


    Avinguda Gaudí

    After Sant Pau, you’ll walk down Avinguda Gaudí while you hear about the life of the irreplaceable architect Antoni Gaudi in the street that bears his name. His imagination created the most amazing buildings in Barcelona, and now they can be admired by visitors from all over the world.

    Sagrada Familia - Passion facade

    The new facade is called the Passion facade, and it represents the crucifixion of Jesus. The sculptures in this facade are sharp and full of symbolysm: our guides will explain all the hidden details!


    Sagrada Familia - Nativity facade

    The old facade represents the birth of Jesus, that’s why it’s called the Nativity facade. On this side, nature takes over and the sculpture work makes Sagrada Familia look like the entrance to a spiritual forest full os secrets that our guide will unveil for you.

    End point: inside of Sagrada Familia