Is there a dress code for Sagrada Familia? I know there are a lot of dress codes in Spain, but I have never seen any mention of respectability or respect for the person. Is there any sort of “no thin skin, no anal” rule in there as well? Thanks!
I know there are a ton of them, but I’m afraid there’s only one: there is a dress code and it is for the respect expected of a Sagrada Familia official. The word “rules” is only used in promotional material for Sagrada Familia products.
I know there are no hard and fast rules in the world of Sagrada Familia, but I’m wondering if it would be best to make it so that the only rule of respect is assigned to the oldest rule (ie, the oldest personal best, i.e. the one that says “no thin skin, no anal” ) ? It seems like a bit of a more restrictive regime than you are used to in other churches. By the way, are there any rules regarding length of skirt or shorts? It is best to plan your visit carefully before you choose Sagrada Familia, as well as during events like the Extraordinary Congress.
I visited the Vatican in 2004 and I remember that they were pretty strict about the dress code (ie, no bare shoulders) so I’m just trying to figure out whether similar policies are followed in Barcelona.
As a member of the Church, I am bound by the laws. The rules are the same in all of our churches. However, if you are a member of a different church and you want to visit the Vatican, I’m afraid the rules for women as well as children will be different.
I will also be visiting several other churches during the trip to Barcelona: Catedral de la Seu in the Gothic Quarter, Santa Maria del Mar Basilica, and the Basilica in Montserrat.
Is there a dress code for Sagrada Familia? I think so are buses. Is it possible to take a guided tour with Sagrada Familia bus only? I see it’s located in Eixample, near the port. Is it possible to take a guided tour with Sagrada Familia guided tour only? Thanks.
I see there is a dress code for Sagrada Familia whereas here in Barcelona there is no such rule. In fact, one might expect the crowds to be less strictions than elsewhere in the city. -Barcelona’s official word is that crowds are strictly enforced
I visited Barcelona in November 2014 and I remember that it was pretty hot there. I might be able to get a guided tour cheaper than Barcelona City Centre though, in my opinion a decent option for those days when you don’t have to worry about freezing weather. Thanks for your help!
I’ve visited Barcelona before and it is truly awesome! We plan to be up front with both of us about the attractions and had better luck next time!
Thank you so much, Yulia! I will be visiting Barcelona in March. We will be travelling alone as well. We will be attending a lot of the best Icelandic tour sites like Grau, Bjarne Hall, and more. Thanks for the great info!
I will be visiting Barcelona in March. I will be travelling with a group of people who are probably more experienced than we are software developers. We want to visit the churches. If you have any information on how to get a guided tour of the churches please let me email@example.com.
These are great tips to get you started. I have made a video explaining them in more detail. It’s worth your time and your energy. I’ll be stopping by again and seeing what they have to offer. Glad to find them.
Is there a dress code for Sagrada Familia? Is it a rule that I’m not allowed to enter if I’m wearing a bikini or mini-scarf? I was wearing a size 16 mini-spiral spaghetti-strap sundress with spaghetti straps. Is it considered a violation to show cleavage?
It is not uncommon for members to not meet the dress code and to refrain from showing cleavage. However, if an individual is denied entry they will be subject to the dress code. For additional information on this and other laws, refer to our article, How to Dress Right When You Are Not Being Cured.
The rules regarding attire for any part of the Church are numerous. The Dauphin Code states that no bare shoulders and no short shorts are allowed in any part of the Church. Is that the case? is there any guideline as to when to return or to move on to the next stage?
I have a few questions. If I want to visit the Sagrada Familia Museum and look at the Casa Museu Gaudí, but the museum is not open until Sunday, can I get in advance and buy tickets ahead of time? Is it possible that I will be denied entry because I don’t have an advance ticket? Thanks in advance!
The tickets available for purchase at the door are valid for up to four (4) days. If you are not able to attend the show, you can make the video tour one at a time and check back often for new shows.
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