Amazing altarpiece, peaceful cloister, not too crowded with tourists once we had negotiated the queue for tickets, (queue is in the sun so be prepared). Audio guide is very helpful, (included in the ticket price), gives good information re the historical development of the building, and explains some of the architecture, and features of the altarpiece, choir stalls etc. Some sections of the cathedral not open to the public today, no mass was in progress at the time.
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