La Sagrada Familia is a must-see destination for anyone visiting Barcelona. This iconic church, designed by the famous architect Antoni Gaudi, is considered one of the most important architectural works of the 20th century and is a symbol of the city. However, as with many tourist attractions, visiting La Sagrada Familia can come at a cost. In this blog post, we’ll be discussing the days on which you can enter La Sagrada Familia for free.
Free Days of Entry
- Every Monday from 3pm to 8pm (September to June)
- Every Sunday from 9am to 2pm (October to March)
- 18 August, the Feast of Saint Luke, patron of the church
- 25 December, Christmas Day
- 26 December, Boxing Day
- 1 January, New Year’s Day
- 6 January, the Feast of the Epiphany
- The first Sunday of each month (October to June) from 9am to 2pm
It’s worth noting that these free days are subject to change, so it’s always best to check the official website for the most up-to-date information. You can find more information about free days and opening hours on the official website of La Sagrada Familia
Regular Hours and Ticket Prices
If you’re unable to visit La Sagrada Familia on a free day, don’t worry. You can still visit the church during regular hours by purchasing a ticket. The ticket price is subject to change based on the time of year, but you can expect to pay around €15-€25 per person. It’s also possible to purchase a guided tour, which will give you a more in-depth look at the history and significance of the church.
La Sagrada Familia is a truly special place that is sure to leave a lasting impression on all visitors. While the cost of visiting can be a barrier for some, there are several days each month on which you can enter for free. Be sure to check the official website for the most up-to-date information on free days and opening hours. And if you’re unable to visit on a free day, don’t worry – a regular ticket will still give you the opportunity to experience the beauty and grandeur of this iconic church.