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Seville Cathedral, built in the 15th century, is one of the largest and most impressive churches in the world. 

Seville Cathedral is the largest cathedral in the world, it is the third-largest church in the world as well as the largest Gothic church. It was registered in 1987 by UNESCO on the World Heritage List.

The interior has the longest nave of any cathedral in Spain. The central nave rises to a height of 42 meters. In the main body of the cathedral, the most noticeable features are the great boxlike choir loft, which fills the central portion of the nave, and the vast Gothic retablo of carved scenes from the life of Christ. This altarpiece was the lifetime work of a single craftsman, Pierre Dancart. What might also be interesting to know is that in the southern transept, near the Puerta de San Cristóbal, lies the tomb of Christopher Columbus by Arturo Mélida, which was built in 1892 in the Cathedral of Havana, and was transferred here after the declaration of independence of Cuba in 1898.



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  • Disinfection of hands is mandatory at points provided with hydroalcoholic gel: access doors.
  • The use of a mask is mandatory.
  • Attention to the signage of accesses and enabled spaces.


It's not allowed to enter the Cathedral alone, you will do the visit with a person from the staff.

What is included? 

  • Skip the line entrance
  • The cultural visit includes altarpieces and chapels, Giralda, Patio de los Naranjos and free access to the Church of El Salvador.


  • Children under 15 years have a free entrance. 

Reduced entry ticket:

  • Students between 15 and 25 years of age with international student card or student card in force. 
  • Minors between 15 and 17 years old, will be able to prove it with their D.N.I or Passport.
  • Pensioners; over 65 years old


The regular schedule of the cultural visit to S.I. Seville Cathedral is:
Monday from 11:00 to 15:30 pm       
From Tuesday to Saturday from 11:00 to 17:00 and 
Sunday from 14:30 to 18:00 hours. 

Closed dates

December 24th, 25th and 31st 2018

How does it work?

It is very simple. Just select a timeframe when you would like to visit and book your ticket. Once you have entered the Cathedral, then you can stay as long as you want.

When you choose a timeframe (e.g. 11.00-12.00) you will get a time (e.g. 11.30) in that timeframe for what is available at that moment. So make sure you are available for the timeframe you have chosen. 

Audioguide option:

To have general information about all the highlights of the Seville Cathedral we recommend to add an audioguide. This is the way to get to really know the Cathedral.

This application can be downloaded easily on your phone and is available in English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese and Spanish. 
This audioguide consist of 29 items, with a total duration of 40 minutes 

Audioguide contains: 

A great map of the Cathedral itself
Brief curious facts: ´What is Giralda and who built it?´, ´Why is Colombus buried in Seville?´, ´Who else is buried in the Cathedral?´ and much more!
Overview of the Cathedral,  Giralda Tower,  different porches of the Cathedral and  its beautiful chapels!

Important to know:

Bring your earphones when going to the Cathedral. The application can be downloaded on your phone and works offline. You do not need a Wifi connection or your mobile network to listen to the audio guide. Directly after your purchase you will receive the audio guide by email. We recommend to download it immediately so you are prepared when visiting the Cathedral.


The eviction of the Cathedral and the Giralda begins 30 minutes after the closing of the ticket offices.
The cultural visit includes altarpieces and chapels, Giralda, Patio de los Naranjos and free access to the Church of El Salvador.