This is the Barcelona post you’ve probably been waiting for, as the Sagrada Familia is what most are familiar with when someone mentions Barcelona. It was designed by – you guessed it – Guadi, and to this day it is still incomplete.
Sagrada Familia is so tall that visitors can see it from all over Barcelona. No matter where we were, Josh and I would constantly try to “find it.” It really juts out of the city, so it’s easy to do!
Sagrada Familia is right next to a metro stop, and is easily accessible. The line to get in typically wraps around the building, but don’t worry, it moves quickly. Now is a good time to also mention, like most things in Barcelona, this attraction requires visitors to pay with cash in order to go inside (no credit cards!).
Seriously though, don’t let the long line or cash only option turn you away. There’s an ATM nearby, so if needed, have someone wait in line while the other goes to get cash. Seriously, do it. It’s definitely worth going inside. See?
Stay tuned for more from Barcelona!