Built in the Catalan Gothic style, Santa Maria del Pi is the basilica with the largest rose window in Catalonia.
Antònia, the largest of the six bells that crown the bell tower of Santa Maria del Pi, can be heard ringing out all around Barcelona's Gothic Quarter. The basilica is a magnificent building with a single nave with side chapels set between buttresses.
We invite you to take a tour of the interior, where you'll find the most important collection of gold and silverware and medieval funeral escutcheons in Catalonia
You'll also discover the "Gegants del Pi"
, giant figures first documented in 1601 which are probably the oldest in Catalonia. They are particularly popular with children as they are the subject of a well-known children's song.
And you can't leave without enjoying one of the city's best-kept secrets: the magnificent views from the top of the bell tower
which rises up majestically over the plaça del Pi and plaça de Sant Josep Oriol where some 40 painters exhibit their works every weekend.What does your booking include?
According to your choosen option:
- Basilica and the bell tower guided visit.
- Basilica Admission.
- Guided visit basilica + bell tower: from Monday to Sunday at noon and 1pm. Saturday and Sunday at 3pm and 4pm.
- Basilica admission: from Monday to Sunday from 10am to 6pm.
: 1/1, 6/1, 25/12, and 26/12.Languages
: Catalan and English or Spanish and English.Meeting point
: plaça del Pi, 7. Metro: L3, Liceu stop and L4, Jaume I stop. Buses: 14 and 59. FCC, Catalunya stop.
- The visit to the bell tower is forbidden for children under 7 or people with respiratory, heart, mobility problems or vertigo.
- Reduced admission for young people aged 7 to 16, students and the over 65s. A proof must be provided when purchasing a reduced ticket.
- Free admission 0 to 6 years.
- For safety reasons, the bell tower will be closed when it rains. You will be issued with a refund for the corresponding amount at the ticket office.
Customer services provider: BASÍLICA DE SANTA MARIA DEL PI