The entrance to the shrine and access to the services offered by the Tourism Office are free. To help with the financial support of Torreciudad, we suggest that visitors and pilgrims contribute € 5 per person at any of the collection boxes located around the shrine.
The closest city that can be reached by public coach service is Barbastro, which is 24 km (approximately 15 miles) away from the shrine. Next to Barbastro’s bus station, there is a taxi stand which provides round trip service to Torreciudad.
No, a dress code is not necessary; we only ask our visitors to take into account that this is a church: and avoid swimsuits, very short pants (shorts) and suspenders. Taking care of these details facilitates coexistence and respects the atmosphere of spirituality and prayer offered by the shrine to pilgrims.
Yes, the sanctuary is fully accessible. In this section you can see the help we offer to facilitate the visit of people with disabilities.
Only guide dogs, especially trained for people with disabilities, are allowed in the shrine. Next to the car park there is an safe area for your pets with shade, water and bags for animal waste.
Everyone. Our Lady of Torreciudad is a Marian devotion with almost ten centuries of history and very deep roots in High Aragón. The gratitude of Saint Josemaría Escrivá, founder of Opus Dei, to the Virgin of Torreciudad, moved him to promote the construction of this new shrine to Her.
Contact us directly and we will provide schedules and options for your participation.
Contact us and we will answer you to review the details of your visit.
Book your visit
If you come with a group or you are a pilgrim, we advise you to book and organize your visit from here, so that you have the best possible time.