We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
All reviews audio guide white stone san salvador entrance fee gothic style star shaped interesting area choir stalls worth seeing tostada old church well worth the visit day tour main entrance within the walls sacristy silver
We were told the cathedral was opened in 1172 but there is some doubt as to when work began on the building.
Built in Gothic and Romanesque style, it's an impressive sight with part of its structure forming a section of the Walls of Avila....More
The Cathedral is a must see attraction in Avila and a visit is made much better by the fact that the cathedral provides visitors with an audioguide. You might not find every one of the points, and I certainly did not follow them in order...More
From the outside it just looks like a large and rather old church. The square it sits in is nothing special although the walls around the town are. Once inside however it is majestic. It’s a must see. The architecture is amazing. The alter is...More
With the use of blood stone an iron oxide colouring red patches within the rock the effect is incredible in contrast to the grey granite columns that support these incredible arched ceilings
The museum is really worth a visit and the magnificent silver Sacristy worth...More
Interesting story behind the missing right hand tower but the fact it wasn't built doesn't detract from the beauty of the church but with so many spectacular churches in Spain it's hard to pick which is the most interesting.