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Sagrada Familia Questions

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We will be on a Gaudi exteriors walking tour that ends at the Sagrada Familia between 1:30 and 1:45 on a Friday in early May. We want to buy tickets in advance to go in the interior and visit a tower. But, after the 3 hour walking tour thought about getting something to eat. A quick snack. We checked out La Pardeta online and it looked perfect.

So, how much time should we allot after our walking tour ends to get a snack at La Pardeta, plus walk back to Sagrada Famila and have enough time to enter the building without running back? What time slot to enter the building would you suggest? And, which tower would you suggest and at what time should we reserve an entry?

I have read a zillion articles, but I thought, why not ask Fodorites. You always have great insight and are really helpful. Thank you!!!

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