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The most famous church of Barcelona Gaudi’s Sagrada Familia which is still to be finished building it. Directly reachable by metro station “Pep Ventura” from our boat.
Most important place to visit in Barcelona. You cannot miss it. Works started in the 19th Century, to which Gaudí dedicated 40 years. It is still in progress and it is estimated to be completed around 2025.
The Sagrada Família is Barcelona’s indisputable icon and Antoni Gaudí’s masterpiece. It is the city’s most visited monument. It is recognisable from afar thanks to its sky-scraping towers, while its two exterior facades impact visitors at its site. However, it is inside where Gaudí’s genius is most…
The Sagrada Família is a one-of-a-kind temple, for its origins, foundation and purpose. Fruit of the work of genius architect Antoni Gaudí, the project was promoted by the people for the people. Five generations now have watched the Temple progress in Barcelona. Today, more than 135 years after the…
No words necessary. Just make sure to book your tickets for the visit some days in advance and online to be able to visit this magnificent building at the day and time you actually prefer.
A trip to Barcelona can never be complete without visiting to the most popular monument in Spain, la Sagrada Familia. The Roman Catholic church is packed with the most amazing features each one contributing to the building becoming a ‘must-visit’ place.
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