Located in the Plaza de Armas, this cathedral is amazing. Beautiful artwork throughout. Definitely worth a walk-through.
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Like most of the major city cathedrals in South America, this free to visit landmark is a must see. The imposing external architecture leads to a really breathtaking interior with beautiful stained glass. There is a very interesting side altar, but this is the only...More
Catholic Mass, 12:30 on saturdays. Beautiful architecture, very active community and receptive. Luxuoso altar do santíssimo. Luxurious altar of the most holy.
We checked out the Cathedral when visiting Plaza de Armas. It was noon and they had a afternoon service going on. The cathedral is very impressive. The singing was awesome. Lots of people going in and out. Remember to show respect. Pictures are allowed.
The architecture & truly stunning stained glass windows were definitely worth a visit. A mass was in progress but they allowed us to quietly look around at the back. we took one of the maps provided to read up more on the cathedral and its...More
Santiago Metropolitan Cathedral is truly fascinating, every visit I found a new detail on it. From outside to the inside, you'll be amazed. It's open to the community, so you can participate in a mass if you like to or just look around . At...More
Our group paid a quick visit to this cathedral. The architecture and stained glass windows are beautiful and worth a drop in if you are in this area of Santiago.
In a very nice and touristic area, the Metropolitan Cathedral is a must see in Santiago. Very easy to access.
From the outside, a visitor might not know that this grey building is a cathedral; the religious affiliation might be assumed based on the two statues located outside. However, the opulence of a cathedral is quite apparent once one enters the building. As with all...More