Situated in the middle of the City the Cathedral is probably worth a visit. A typically high Catholic Church there are some interesting architectural features.
About Cathedral and Royal Chapel (Capilla Real)
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My wife and I visited the cathedral near the end of February. Overall, we had a nice experience here. It's not the largest cathedral I have visited but we spent just over an hour there taking pictures. The place isn't too difficult to find as...More
Cost to visit is 5 Euros per person. Audio guides are available to tell you the history of the Cathedral. Spent 1.25 hours in the Cathedral.
Very beautiful cathedral. Not as gaudy as some of the others of Spain, but it is still Spain and all the cathedrals are a bit over the top. Admission is 5 euros and it comes with an audiotour. The audiotour was a bit long winded...More
Getting there and listening to the explanation along with the music is quite amazing, I still remember this " He who sings, prays twice" A big Cathedral that brings different feelings inside you.
One of the most amazing churches I've been to and I've traveled around Europe including Vatican City. The organ is amazing...all of it is amazing.
We were lucky enough to see a wedding party here. It was good to stop and watch the beautifully stylish peopke in their bright dresses and sharp suits as they got ready for a 6pm wedding. The main cathedral is striking, the smaller chapel gives...More
We visited it very quickly however it was such a beautiful cathedral and so light inside as the walls were very white instead of beige/stony coloured. The dome was breathtaking as well. I recommend a visit for sure!