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I know there are hundreds of cathedrals and churches in Europe, but Seville is one of the most beautiful buildings you can find, beautiful art in perfect conditions always working to make it look better
We booked a morning rooftop tour - great way to see the Cathedral, giraldo & areas not accessible on a regular ticket. We're told the early evening tour is really good. We're not at all religious but do appreciate the architect and historical/religious significance of...More
the cathedral is huge. Bad points - we had to queue for entry and it was quite long, no shade and uncomfortable for elderly etc people I'd imagine. Also, nowhere to sit and have a refreshment. Sounds crazy I know because it's a cathedral but...More
Beautiful and ornate. Probably one of the better cathedrals in Europe. Christopher Columbus' tomb is the highlight historically, and I'm glad I got to see it. The high alter was the highlight from a viewer's standpoint. Get your tickets ahead of time.
It cost €9 per adult to enter. A very impressive building and lovely and cool inside. The tower was a trek upwards and offered numerous photo opportunities from the windows. Great place to spend an hour or two.
The cathedral is more beautiful from outside than inside, I honestly think that one should go in for the sake of curiosity but shouldn’t expect too much, its wonderful yes, but its better form outside to take great great pictures, from the inside it felt...More
Getting g in is often a large line and in the heat, this makes for a challenge. Go early for sure to avoid the heat and the lines. Otherwise, well worth the visit. Stunning views and feel walking into such a majestic place.
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Also, if you do it, it's worth bearing in mind that you get taken via some fairly narrow passages and stairs. I only had a small backpack and a camera which was fine but I would avoid overly bulky bags or rucksacks.