Sagrada Familia is one of the world's most interesting buildings and in this experience we are going to learn the ten most relevant and unique facts and secrets about it while we walk around the church discovering it from all its angles. Have you wondered why construction is taking so long? Or do you want to know more about the figure of Gaudí and his intricate and colourful architecture? What makes Sagrada Familia so special that it's in everyone's mouths? Get to know the answer to these questions and a lot more details and information by the hand of a local architect. We will learn about the construction process of Sagrada Familia throughout history, the meaning behind its eighteen towers and three differents facades and countless sculptures, its past, present and future and more.
We are Xavi & Helena, born and raised in Barcelona, and we would love to show you around! Xavi is an architect who has lived abroad in five different countries and has also traveled all around the world. His other passion is food. As an architect, he worked in Shanghai were he designed projects of all types from urban planning, to offices, to boutique hotels. He also worked on the refurbishment of an old country house in Mallorca. Helena has lived abroad for more than 5 years, working as a Spanish language instructor in South Korea. Before, I worked as a visitor assistant inside Sagrada Familia. It is there where I found love for Gaudí's architecture and his most celebrated artwork. There is no other church like this in the world and the views from the top of the towers are simply breathtaking!
We will see the Sagrada Familia temple from all sides. We will walk around it, seeing the 3 main facades, the absis, the nave and will also get some distance and perspective to get a better view on the towers that are currently under construction. This visit does not include tickets to see the church from the inside; you can buy tickets from the official website as a nice complement to expand your perspective.
Sagrada Familia, ten facts and secrets