Spain’s tourism industry has consistently seen it’s income grow because of the hantle number of people from around the world visiting every one of their tourism locales.
For example, the country’s Basilica de la Sagrada Familia receives millions of people consistently, who visit Spain for their own advantage including exploration.
Be that as it may, due to the global Covid circumstances, things have changed a little. Indeed, even with this, around 6,000 people visited the Sagrada Familia, but this time around, all visits were Free. They were scheduled between February 12 and 13, 2022 somewhere in the range of 3 and 6 p.m.
This initiative is to give recognition to the chronicled patron holy person of Barcelona. Several lucky people were randomly selected by means of Sagrada Familia’s site and social media platforms.
Meanwhile, the merged Open Days for La Mercè, the city’s patron holy person, are also planned for September 2022, where the new works will be displayed to the general public.
Basilica de la Sagrada Familia, is an UNESCO listed Spanish church, which is one of the most extraordinary places on the planet.
Situated in the northern area of the city of Spain, the congregation ‘covers up’ the nearer buildings due to its 18 spindly pinnacles higher than all other monuments. Other things that excites and attracts guests is the lavish exterior and Nativity facade, which depicts the birth of Jesus.
Futhermore, another dazzling thing that gets guest’s eyes is the passion facades that represent the death, suffering, and resurrection of Jesus. The interior of the church is 90 meters long and 60 meters high and has details like colourful stained glass windows and so forth.
Basilica de la Sagrada Familia is located at: Carrer de Mallorca, 401, 08013 Barcelona, Spain.