As lovey as the main cathedral and absolutely a must stop for all lovers of cathedrals and their architecture and art!
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This characteristically baroque church is a feast for the eyes; it is packed with works of art richly ornamented in gold commemorating more saints than I have ever heard of. As a tourist sight I would rate it above the cathedral which is large but...More
One can find only several chapels. One with Saint Christopher was unique. The other statues are more unique and humane. I like this iglesias than the Grand one.
Nice baroque architecture, red and white facade, situated on plaza del Salvador , in the heart of Sevilla; inside very nice golden rich decorations; many ceremonies were held here.
This was a surprise. It was open when I walked by, so I thought I'd go in (I think the price was 4 Euro? For what I thought was a small church, I was surprised!). Well this is amazing! Maybe the finest church I've seen...More
Even though we had priority access as part of a tour group, we stood in line for about half an hour. But it turned out to be worth every single minute. I believe I've seen quite a few cathedrals over the years, but never anything...More
Our hotel person told us to get our ticket for this church because it includes tickets to see Cathedral of Seville - that way we wouldn’t have to wait in loooooong line. Thank goodness we took her advice because it was a win win situation....More
it might not be the biggest church i've visited but the interior design is very grand and a wealth of colour,one might say for a church it's slightly over the top but in a way that i am sure will leave a good impression on...More
Our hotel shared that we could visit this church that normally only has a few people in line and get our combined ticket to see the cathedral too. They were spot on. There were two people in front of us in line and we got...More
We were taking advantage of the fact that a very short line for tickets here, meant the same ticket was accepted at the Cathedral and we could bypass the very long lines there. However, this was certainly a church which warranted a visit. This church...More