Catedral de Jerez de la Frontera

Catedral de Jerez de la Frontera

Catedral de Jerez de la Frontera
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AnselmColom
Grays Thurrock, UK2,359 contributions
Aug 2022 • Family
A very nice cathedral in the centre of the old town just next to Tio Pepe and Plaza de Arsenal. 6 euros to get in is a little steep and an additional 1 euro to climb up the bell tower. Audio guide is excellent and via your on mobile phone. Very well preserved and worth 30 mins despite the price.
Written August 4, 2022
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KH11001
Cannon Beach, OR123 contributions
Jan 2023 • Solo
In our tour of the city, our guide mentioned the wood/gold pelican behind the altar in the treasures room, and the chapel with a 24x7 nativity scene. Both are worth hunting down. Pretty good audio guide.
Written January 13, 2023
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sfmann106
Colchester, UK921 contributions
Apr 2023 • Couples
Large cathedral and the main cathedral in Jerez, so a must do whilst visiting for any length of time. We booked to see the inside of the church itself but also to climb the adjacent (not joined on!) bell tower to get a view over the town. Inside of the church quite typical of so many in Spain (and on the continent generally) - lots of icons, 'bling' and heavily catholic, so if you aren't into this, maybe don't bother? Climb to top of the tower needs to be timed to avoid the times the bells ring (!) so you don't get too long up there. Also, you don't get to go to the very top of the tower, just to the bells level, so maybe not as great a panoramic view as if higher up. Bell tower in Sevilla much more impressive! Still, whilst here we felt we should at least do this.
Written July 15, 2023
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redhead_roaming
Seattle, WA2,919 contributions
Jul 2022
We came here on July 15th, 2022 (so almost a year ago) a little after 12pm. We were there for less than 30 minutes but it was really pretty! As with many cathedrals, they start to look the same after a while. What set this one apart, in my opinion, is that it had these awesome mini treasure rooms. I spent most of my time wandering through these rooms (our kids were at preschool so it was a rare moment that we could wander without interrupt at our own pace). So while I don't remember specifically what I saw in those rooms, I remember walking around them so this cathedral, of the good 20+ we saw in Spain, sticks out in my brain!
Written June 23, 2023
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Johnwpf
Southborough, UK546 contributions
Oct 2023 • Couples
A squat ugly building that is unusual for Andalusian cathedrals. It does not compare to most of the others I’ve seen. The outside walls look like a prison, up to roof level when it improves. Inside it’s blocks of stone without grace or charm. If you can only see some cathedrals of Andalusia go to cordoba or Cadiz and give this one a miss.
Written October 15, 2023
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HAL11
Glasgow, UK183 contributions
Feb 2020
We enjoyed our visit to Jerez Cathedral and took advantage of the audio-guide so that we did not miss out on important aspects of it. It was built with an interesting mixture of styles which work well together. Definitely worth a visit.
Written February 20, 2020
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Nilindy
Glasgow, UK1,137 contributions
Mar 2020
We enjoyed the spectacle of the Cathedral, its relics and surrounds. The approach featured preparations for the processions planned for Holy Week; these were certainly going to be well-attended and spectacular in scale and piety. (Coronavirus ultimately interfered with these.)

We took the audio guides but found that there was far too much detail – this left us frustrated at our inability to retain much information about the site and inattentive towards its ultimate splendour.
Written April 14, 2020
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enncle
Newcastle upon Tyne, UK4,536 contributions
May 2022 • Couples
My partner and I stayed close by. Jerez is a fantastic pit stop on our Andalusia road trip. Well worth at least 2 days. This building was beautiful. Lots of things to see around too.
Written May 11, 2022
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BigDraw
Birmingham, UK309 contributions
Mar 2018 • Couples
Went into the city to see the processions that terminate at the cathedral. It is truly a spectacle and the streets with all the seating are incredibly busy. It's the scale of the involvement that most impresses as the processions take hours to pass all distinctively dressed for their respective churches. Amazing sight.
Written March 27, 2018
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Eliza62_12
Manchester, UK81 contributions
Oct 2019
This cannot be missed it is one of the nicest Cathedrals I have visited, you are given headphones which then gives you all the information about the cathedral pointing out interesting information that you wouldn’t necessarily see if you didn’t have the headphones so it is well worth getting them. An absolutely stunning building.
Written October 21, 2019
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