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Catedral de Santa Maria de Siguenza

C/ Cardenal Mendoza, 2, Siguenza, Spain
+34 949 39 02 90
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Impressive but doesn't stand out with so many amazing cathedrals in Spain

The cathedral is in good repair and is free to visit. Always nice. We spent a good half hour or... read more

Reviewed June 9, 2017
Adam H
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An incredible cathedral for a city this size

It is nice and big outside, but nicer and bigger inside. You can take a walk and visit the... read more

Reviewed March 31, 2017
Barcelona, Spain
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C/ Cardenal Mendoza, 2, Siguenza, Spain
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Reviewed June 9, 2017 via mobile

The cathedral is in good repair and is free to visit. Always nice. We spent a good half hour or more and it was easy to get around. No crowds in this one. There are a number of different alters, some very ornate, some not....More

Thank Adam H
Reviewed March 31, 2017

It is nice and big outside, but nicer and bigger inside. You can take a walk and visit the different chapels, the chorus... It is really a big place. There is a fantastic mudejar piece of work at the left side of the cathedral, showing...More

Thank JordiTr7
Reviewed January 11, 2017

the renaissance tomb of the Doncel alone is worth a visit. there is much more to see that is unmissable.

Thank pukeka
Reviewed October 26, 2016

Unbelievable exposition this summer through October in this Cathedral. Besides being able to see this beautiful cathedral with the famous Doncel tomb, the Cathedral hosted paintings by El Greco, original copies of Don Quijote, famous tapestries, flags from Drake and the battle of Lepanto, and...More

Thank Debbybcn
Reviewed October 23, 2016

A good example of a Spanish Gothic cathedral, well worth a visit, made more interesting as there are bullet holes around the windows from shooting at snipers during the Civil War. When we were there there was an exhibition of Cevantes and Shakespeare.

1  Thank Nick T
Reviewed September 13, 2016

the square is the place to drink and people watch. Weddings etc with a great deal of style and tapas galore

Thank Steve G
Reviewed June 27, 2016

Unfortunately we weren't allowed inside and opening times were outside of our visit to the town.But nice to see the outside

Thank Denise696
Reviewed June 9, 2016

We couldn't get full access internally as there was an exhibition being set up and some areas were cordoned off. Nevertheless, this is a fantastic building to visit and bears the scars of the many wars that have been fought around it.

1  Thank Rob T
Reviewed September 4, 2015

Travelling in Central Spain, it is easy to get a bit punch drunk on cathedrals, as there are so many good ones. This one is no exception, and is in fact really amazing. Well worth a visit and some quiet contemplation.

1  Thank crawfie
Reviewed July 9, 2015

I've visited many Cathedrals in Spain but this one is the tiops for me. The sheer atmosphere, amazing lighting, it is simply beautiful.Not overly large but beautiful proportions. Worth visiting Siguenza for alone. By the way the rest of the town is superb too.

3  Thank peter_the_traveller4
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