Thursday 9th of November
Visit La Sagrada Familia and be marvel at one of the most inspiring and iconic buildings in Spain; An unfinished church, unique in its architecture and conception, the work of the great Catalan teacher Antoni Gaudí.
Discover the magic of its spectacular facades, which can be seen even from the most distant points of the city. And traverses its sublime interior, sample of the ingenuity of the surprising Gaudí. Wherever you look, the magical world of Gaudí will catch you: The wide details, the spiral staircases, the seven chapels, the images of angels, the beautiful stained glass windows and the Gothic architecture … in each and every one of the elements of this Patrimony of Humanity by UNESCO, you will find the imprint of the genius that gave it life.
Five generations have already witnessed the temple’s rise in Barcelona. Construction continues today and could be finished in the first third of the 21st century. As of today, 70% of the work on the temple has been executed, and the goal is to complete all of the architectural work by 2026.
How to arrive From the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (Campus Sud):
MEETING POINT: Corner of Carrer Mallorca with Carrer Sardenya
Metro L3 from stop “Zona Universitaria” until stop “Sants estació”, then change to L5 until “Sagrada Familia” stop. Takes aprox. 35 min in total.
Take the bus line number 33 in Av. Diagonal, and after 15 stops leave at Carrer Valencia intersection Carrer Lepanto and walk 3 minutes. Takes aprox. 40 min in total.