Here is a selection of the most recent reviews of the Skip the Line: Barcelona Sagrada Familia Tour submitted by actual travelers. Read what travelers liked, what they loved, and what they thought could be improved.
The Barcelona Sagrada Familia Tour was wonderful and very informative! The tour guide was great and gave us very detailed information about the life of the genius Gaudi. It was so much better than just visiting the church alone!Reviewed by: Veronica L, June 2013
It was difficult to find where to go to get to the tour office. The tour itself was excellent!Reviewed by: Kris K, June 2013
The operators were a bit disorganised at first but once we got under way they were fine. A great experience.Reviewed by: Lynette B, June 2013
What an amazing church. Only issues are couldn't find the meeting point as the shop was covered which is a shame as some were late. Also the tour guides seemed very unorganized took us 50 minutes to even get to the door of the church. Then the audio points weren't walking the tour guide was terrible just walked off often didn't even know where he was. If i got to do this over i would do this on my own. Did learn a few things so I guess it wasn't a total waste. For those looking its a travel agency over the other side of the square, across the road.Reviewed by: Lee M, New Zealand, June 2013
Despite being advertised as skip the line there was a lot of waiting around. The operators seemed a bit disorganised in sorting out the groups. The starting point is very hard to find, better directions could be given. A lot of people were late because of this. Although the tour was meant to start at 3 we did not go in the gates until 3:30 and then too much time was spent in the museum, before we actually got inside Sagrada familia. It was 4.5 euro extra to go to bell tower, but there was a long wait in the queue, as you have to take the elevator. You have to pay this before you go in, and the guide didn't mention it would be another queue - I didn't wait, but I estimate it would have taken at least an hour to get to the elevator. However the Sagrada Familia is breathtaking, it was all worth it.Reviewed by: Janet P, June 2013