The line to get in wasn’t so bad but the price tag surely got my attention. 21 and a half Euros per person is pretty steep even for Holland, which probably explains the not too busy queue outside. If it weren’t for Anthony, I would have gone and turned around to go elsewhere but seeing as I was privileged to be there, I made the most of it by snapping like crazy and totally not paying any mind to the pre-recorded, augmented reality guide they gave us. Once inside, it was still crowded though and taking photos proved to be a challenge. In any case though, I took the challenge and came out happy as a clam with the experience and the photos that came with it. To have been there and to see Gaudi’s vision in all its glory was in the end worth the price of admission.