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Sagrada Família

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Sonia
Sonia
February 7, 2019
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…
Jose
Jose
January 30, 2019
Needs no introduction
Nicolas
Nicolas
January 13, 2020
Gaudis Master piece and the most famous place in Barcelona.
Zima
Zima
November 14, 2019
The most espectacular historic building in Spain. Have to visit
Vinicius
Vinicius
December 6, 2019
Just 13 min walking distance from the hostel. A must see in Barceona
Tobias
Tobias
October 26, 2019
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.
Nicole
Nicole
November 3, 2019
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.
Nuria
Nuria
August 20, 2019
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.
Jessica
Jessica
December 11, 2019
La Sagrada Familia is the beating heart of the city of Barcelona.
Ricardo
Ricardo
November 10, 2019
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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La Sagrada Família