A quick walk around a stunning cathedral elsewhere would be free but here it's €5. Had we realised this was the case we wouldn't have bothered. There is a roof tour but only at specific times
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I visited the cathedral as a student and both the entry to the building and the roof tour had student prices. The inside of the cathedral is beautiful with amazing stain glass windows but there is relatively little to do for the cost of entry....More
We were charged Euro20 for entry (for 2 people) - so we assumed the cathedral would be on a par with the other key collections in Malaga. There was sufficient to draw our interest for about 30 minutes - so we were therefore a tad...More
Thought 5€ was a bit pricy, considering it costs less to visit the Alcazaba castle.. probably spent 20 minutes inside, worth a look, but the outside is just as impressive as the ornate inside.. not a must see, but worth a look if you like...More
The Malaga Cathedral is a stunning building both inside and out. It was build on the remains of a mosque which is still visible in a few places. The architecture is beautiful with interesting details. The cathedral is richly decorated on the inside as well.
We have visited anumber of cathedrals throughout Spain and the inside of this one is nothing special. However, there are some interesting aspects to the outside.
The sancturary has an amazing collections of private chapels. The organ is awesome There is a sense of worship in this place.
The admission fee is pricey but after viewing the remarkable architecture of the exterior it is difficult to not visit the interior which does not disappoint.
This a very impressive and solid Cathedral constructed over several centuries. Beautiful and breathtaking. It is also very good to provide yourself with audio guide during the visit, as hearing the history of the Cathedral only adds to its fabulous appearance. You must not leave...More
Costs €5 entrance and I must say it was well worth it. Huge building with so much to see, the altar itself is almost tucked away for people to pray but it can be seen. The rest of this huge place is adorned with fantastic...More