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All reviews tapestry museum la seo beautiful cathedral side chapels long standing entry fee no photography jaw dropping del salvador main altar gothic style stone work interesting architecture interior pilar mixture choir
This had a sense that the Holy Spirit was there and people were sincerely worshipping. There was more respect than the Basilica where people were taking photos right in front of those praying. Much better visit.
It is one of the best examples of the gothic style on the inside really spectacular and well taken care of the outside actually is even more interesting since it shows the moorish beginning th baroque style of portal and a fantastic brick tower
There are thousands of Cathedral in Europe, each with their own character. La Seo (just adjacent to the well known Basilica del Pilar) was an unwittingly quite by accident find.
But what a hidden gem! I have seen numerous churches, but was awe struck by...More
I've never seen anything like this. It's a huge from the inside. The amount of art is amazing, those chapels were really beautiful. What makes it so beautiful is the diversity of the chapels.
I can say that visiting this building was my favorite experience...More
This cathedral, popularly known as “La Seo” is located in Plaza de La Seo, just down the block from the Basilica del Pilar. The interior, while more somber and dark than the Basilica, contains beautiful chapels, wood carvings, and a renowned High Altar. The site...More
The cathedral is near the other and it's huge.The entrance is 4 euros and it's forbidden to take pictures. Inside there are diffrent sections with different styles between the Romanic,Arabic and Baroque. Incredible the altar in silver and gold and the "retablo" wich is all...More
We visited in a beautiful October day as we were passing through on our way to Valencia. The cathedral is stunning and perfectly maintained. The many side chapels are glorious - unusual to an Anglican eye with so many saints being celebrated with amazing carvings,...More