We visited the Cathedral in Speyer in December 2007 and were impressed with the detail that went into the construction of this building. Each tile has been placed so delicately, no wonder it took over 100 years to build it.
Very nicely located in the old center of Speyer, great access to a big parking lot. Under the Cathedral is the supposedly biggest crypt of the World and we were pretty disappointed that it was closed that day because of a memorial event (we will go back some day to see it!). A tip for visitors: don't just look up their website if the Chatedral is open but actually give them a call to make sure you can access everything on the day you want to visit.
The inside of the Cathedral is very nice, under each window a beautiful painting, it almost gives you goose bumps when the sun hits it and everything lights up.
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