This Company Wants to Fly You to Barcelona to Catch a Concert at the Sagrada Família

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Ever dream of flying to Spain to watch a world-renowned orchestra perform at one of the most iconic places on the globe? Well, here's your chance. Dutch ticketing platform Tiqets is inviting folks to enter for a chance to win an all-expense-paid weekend trip to Barcelona and get the once-and-a-lifetime chance to watch the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra perform at La Sagrada Família on September 17.

Designed by Antoni Gaudí (the starchitect behind many heralded structures in the Catalan capital), the storied church is famous for remaining unfinished—more than 138 years after its construction began in 1882. Over the years, several attempts to complete the seemingly never-ending project have been unsuccessful. The most recent plan was slated to be done by 2026, but that date has since been pushed back indefinitely due to the pandemic.

For the giveaway, five winners will each receive two air or ground travel tickets to the Spanish city, plus two tickets to the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra concert and accommodations for the weekend—not to mention Barcelonacity passes to local museums and attractions.

The contest happens to coincide with another competition being offered by the Sagrada Família, where four winners will have the opportunity to explore the historic landmark after hours and tour parts of the site that are usually closed to the public.

Want to try your luck at snagging one of the coveted spots? Enter for a chance to win any time between August 9 – 25. ¡Buena suerte!

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