Seville Cathedral, also known as The Cathedral of St Mary of the See is a Roman Catholic cathedral that is situated in Seville, Spain. The cathedral is the largest Gothic cathedral in the world and has held that title since its completion in 1501. The cathedral was the site of the baptism of Juan of Aragon and also the holds the remains of many kings and conquerors. The cathedral was registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site with the local Alcazar in 1987. The architecture of the building is awe-inspiring, the bell tower the Giralda caps off a magnificent building.
The cathedral is situated in the city centre of Seville. By tram or metro, travel to the ‘Puerta de Jerez’ stop which is a short walk away. By bus, take the C5 which stops close by.
Opening Times and Admission
The cathedral is open to visitors seven days a week, Mondays 11 am-3.30pm, Tuesday-Saturday 11am-5pm and Sundays 2.30am-6pm. Entry to the cathedral is set at 9 euros for adults with concession prices also available.