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Excellent location. Very easy to find in Google maps. Park next to the church to drop luggage. They were very flexible with our reservation timing as we were late. They responded promptly to our message through the nannybag website. Overall great peace of mind knowing luggage was stored safely.
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Simple booking process, bag drop and collection efficient and smooth. Location was directly opposite Lille bus station and open 24hrs. Perfect!

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Where to leave luggage near the Sagrada Família?

With Nannybag, storing baggage near the Sagrada Família is the easiest. Whether you’re planning to explore Sagrada Família you’ve probably wondered: where can I stow my suitcases? Have no fear! There are plenty of locker options that can make your life easier. If you need a place to keep your things, look no further. Nannybag takes care of everything. Let us be your luggagehero and book luggage to any of the places below:

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Sagrada Família Luggage Storage Guide 2024

If you haven't added The Sagrada Familia to your must-visit list, make sure to do it now! This jaw-dropping monument with stunning stained glass windows will leave you in awe. If you're planning to enter the Basilica, please note that large bag is not allowed in the area. Now don’t panic.

Suppose you've checked out from your hotels or Airbnb and need help finding where to store your bags. We have the perfect solution for you. Use Nannybag’s safe luggage storage service! With Nannybag, you can store your bags (no matter the size) for just €6 per item and day.

And the best part is it's so easy to use. All you have to do is, enter your locations on Nannybag's website or app and click on the 'Nannies' of your choice. Once you've done that, make your booking and drop off your bag. You can store your bags for several hours or even a few days (it's your call!).

How do I store luggage near the Sagrada Família with Nannybag?

Storing luggage with Nannybag is easy and only takes a few seconds: you can book from the website or use the Nannybag App, available on the App Store and Google Play. Enter your location in the search bar, and you’ll have many options to store your luggage near you safely. You’ll quickly find luggage storage points in various key Sagrada Família locations. There are different ways to refer to luggage storage depending on the place you’re in. However, they’re all referring to the same luggage storage service. In the UK, for instance, you’ll find mentions of left luggage instead of luggage lockers. If so, no worries; it only means you’ll find a storage spot for your belongings.?

Is Nannybag luggage storage safe?

To guarantee a worry-free experience, Nannybag protects travelers’ luggage up to €10,000 against any incidents (loss, theft, or breakage) that may occur during the service. Moreover, our Nannies are certified and carefully selected by our company to guarantee their professionalism and hospitality. Customers can also consult the online ratings for Nannybag and comments given to each Nanny by other travelers.

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Things to know about Sagrada Família

Can I visit the inside of the Sagrada Familia?

Yes, but you must purchase tickets to visit Sagrada Familia’s inside. To purchase tickets, check out the official website of Sagrada Familia.

How much does it cost to visit the Sagrada Familia?

The cost of visiting the Sagrada Familia varies depending on the type of ticket and activities you choose. The basic entrance ticket for an adult is €26. While children under the age of 11 can visit the place for free. Students and senior citizens over the age of 65 are eligible for discounts. For more information, visit the official website of Sagrada Familia.

How do I get to the Sagrada Familia from downtown Barcelona?

Metro: Take metro line 5 at Ernest Lluch station and exit at Sagrada Familia station. On average, the journey from Downtown Barcelona to Sagrada Familia takes about 25 minutes.

You can also take metro line 2 at Passeig De Gracia station and stop at Monumental station, which is also near.

Bus: You can opt for bus lines 54, H12, B20, 7, and B25.

What special events take place in the Sagrada Familia?

Christmas Mass, Eastern Mass, and The music of Orfeon Donostiarra are some of the special events that take place in the Sagrada Familia.

Are there any restrictions to entering Sagrada Familia?

Yes, guests have restrictions and rules to follow to enter Sagrada Familia.

  • Dress code: You are required to dress appropriately when visiting the Sagrada Familia. This means no revealing clothing, barefoot, and flip-flops.
  • Pets are not allowed to enter Sagrada Familia.
  • Any food or drink is not allowed in Sagrada Familia.
  • Large luggage is not allowed in the Basilica.

What are the opening hours of the Sagrada Familia?

The opening hours of the Sagrada Familia are:

  • November to February: 9 AM to 6 PM (Monday to Saturday) and 10:30 AM to 6 PM (Sundays).
  • March and October: 9 PM to 7 PM (Monday to Saturday) and 10:30 AM to 7 PM (Sundays)
  • April to September: 9 AM to 8 PM (Monday to Saturday) and 10:30 AM to 8 PM (Sundays)

Special opening hours:

  • On 25 and 26 December as well as 1 and 6 January: 9 AM to 2 PM

Please note that opening times are subject to change. For the most up-to-date information, check out the official website of Sagrada Familia.

Is Sagrada Familia accessible to people with reduced mobility?

Yes, the Sagrada Familia is accessible to people with reduced mobility except for the towers.

There are also facilities for people with reduced mobility, such as accessible toilets and lifts.

Learn more about Sagrada Família

Being in Barcelona means you have to visit Basilica de la Sagrada Familia! This unique and certainly familiar building is one of the most famous landmarks in Spain. Every year, the Sagrada Família opens its door to over 5 million visitors visiting the location.

Before we travel back, you might wonder what Sagrada Família is. Well, it is a massive and unfinished church designed by the great Catalan architect Antoni Gaudi. Considered to be the largest unfinished Catholic Church in the world, this work of art is part of the UNESCO World Heritage site.

Sagrada Familia began its construction in 1882 under the leadership of architect Franciso de Paula del Villar. However, things changed in 1883 as Antoni Gaudi took over as chief architect. He transformed the project by blending in both Gothic and curvilinear Art Nouveau styles. Architect Antoni Gaudí dedicated his life to the project, and in 1926, he passed away. His remains were buried in the crypt of the church. At the time of his death, less than a quarter of the project had been completed.

Following the death of Antoni Gaudí, Domenec Surganes (Gaudi's closet assistant) took over the project. Throughout this time, Surganes oversaw the completion of the 3 remaining bell towers and its Faith portico. However, after the passing of Surganes, the building faced an even greater obstacle.

The basilica is expected to be completed in 2026 during the 100th anniversary of Gaudi's death. But the question remained… Will it finish on time?

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