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Your entry ticket covers both the cathedral , the museum and the cloisters . These are which you see first ; the sense of peace and tranquillity is overwhelming . Don't miss the museum which houses many religious artefacts from churches around the region and...More
The only way to access the Cathedral is to purchase a €4 ticket which provides access to the building plus the adjoining cloister and the adjacent museum. The Cathedral itself is simple and elegant. It is stripped back to reflect its original Romanesque origins which...More
As a wheel chair user I don’t expect easy access to really old places. The ramps into the cloister, through which you enter the cathedral on non mass days, are vertiginous. The capitols of the columns have interesting carvings.
You also enter the Diocesan Museum...More
On the trip to Andorra, make a break. Unic Romanic cathedral from Caralunya, good conserved. Inside, splendid, and visit the museum. Nice claustrum
And have a Walk to the old town, and the Olympic parc (1992)
seu d’urgell has an interesting history as despite being in Spain the Bishop is the Co - Prince of Andorra so it’s intrinsically linked with Andorra up the road . The cathedral is beautiful and for a Catholic Church is quite plain which I prefer...More
We looked in at the Cathedral as we were staying close by. It is a pretty plain Cathedral inside but there is much architectural work to look at. There is not much written in English so you have to be able to work it out...More