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angle-left Sagrada Família to reopen on 4 July with tribute to Barcelona residents

The Sagrada Família is reopening its doors on 4 July, progressively in several phases with the main goal of recognising and paying tribute to Barcelona residents, especially those who have been on the front lines fighting and working to prevent Covid-19.

The first phase of opening, called ‘Tribute Phase’, will allow visits to the Sagrada Família from healthcare personnel at the main hospitals in the city, agents from the various forces that have helped keep the city safe, staff from social organisations and NGOs and business and retail organisations. This phase will be on 4, 5, 11 and 12 July.

Then there will be a second phase, called ‘Barcelona Time’, giving Barcelona residents the chance to enjoy the experience of contemplating the inside of the Sagrada Família, for free, at their own pace, with much fewer people and no tourists. The third phase will open the doors to local and international tourists, but the exact date for this will be announced once we have more information on the easing of the lockdown and restrictions on travel within Spain and to Barcelona from other countries.

From Tuesday 16 June, the various types of tickets will be available on our website.

For more information and to see the calendar, click here.