You could get a sore neck from trying to take in La Sagrada Familia’s interior.
After realising that the line for La Sagrada Familia was ridiculous, it took me twenty minutes to walk to the front and back, we decided to take advantage of the option to prebook a ticket. So, we went to lunch prior to tracking down one of the only ATMs in Barcelona that actually allowed you to buy tickets for a number of monuments.
We got lucky as, when we were trying to book tickets on our phones, with no way to print a ticket and low on battery, an American on the table next to us not only shared our Tapas with us but filled us in about this magic cash point.
Once we got back to La Sagrada Familia, we had some time to kill so went into the park across the street (actually looking for a bathroom) and I found this photo.
I don’t normally like cranes and scaffolding in my pictures, but it’s part of the story of Gaudi’s amazing building as it’s been under construction for a very very long time.