Seville Cathedral Tickets

Seville Cathedral and Giralda Skip-the-Line Ticket  

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€12

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1 Day

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Seville Cathedral Guided Tour with Priority Access

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€30

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1 Hrs.

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Seville Cathedral, Giralda, and Royal Alcázar Combo Tour

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€58

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 3 Hrs

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Seville City Sightseeing Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour

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€26

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1 or 2 Day

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Seville Cathedral Smartphone Audio Guide

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4

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 1.5 Hrs

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Seville Cathedral Rooftop Guided Tour

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€25

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 1.5 Hrs

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Most Affordable & Convenient Ticket

Most Affordable & Convenient Ticket

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Seville Cathedral and Giralda Skip-the-Line Ticket

Ticket Price:  €12

This skip-the-line ticket offers hassle-free entry to two of Seville’s iconic landmarks in one day. 

Experience the historical richness of these buildings, including the famous La Giralda Tower with its panoramic views of Seville. 

Upgrade to an audio guide for enhanced insights into the cathedral’s history and art treasures, including works by renowned artists like Goya. 

Explore at your own pace and delve into the legacy of Christopher Columbus, all while avoiding long queues with this convenient ticket option.

For In-Depth Knowledge Seekers

For In-Depth Knowledge Seekers

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Seville Cathedral Guided Tour with Priority Access

Ticket Price: €30

This guided tour ticket offers priority access to Seville Cathedral, allowing you to skip the ticket line and delve into this iconic landmark’s rich history and artistry.

With a knowledgeable live tour guide, you’ll explore the world’s third-largest cathedral, admire its stunning golden altarpiece, and marvel at the extensive art collection within its walls. 

The highlight of the tour is climbing the Giralda Bell Tower for breathtaking views of Seville.

For a Culturally Immersive Experience

For a Culturally Immersive Experience

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Seville Cathedral, Giralda, and Royal Alcázar Combo Tour

Ticket Price: €58

This is the most popular combo tour ticket, offering a comprehensive experience of Seville’s iconic landmarks in just 3 hours.

With skip-the-line access, you’ll breeze through a separate entrance and enjoy live guided tours of the Cathedral, Royal Alcázar, and Giralda Tower. 

Learn about historical figures, admire stunning art and architecture, and explore the UNESCO World Heritage Sites with insights into their significance in history and pop culture, including their use as Game of Thrones filming locations.

About Seville Cathedral

The Seville Cathedral, also known as the Cathedral of Saint Mary of the See (Catedral de Santa María de la Sede), is a Roman Catholic cathedral located in Seville, Spain. 

It is the third largest cathedral in the world and the largest Gothic church, measuring 126m long, 76m wide, and 42 m high at its maximum.

Construction on the current cathedral began in 1401 and was completed in 1528, making it one of the largest and latest Gothic cathedrals built.

It is the burial site of Christopher Columbus and several Spanish monarchs.

Visitors will find many important works of art, including the largest altarpiece in Christendom, inside the cathedral.

To visit the Seville Cathedral, you can take a guided tour with an expert guide to better understand the attraction, or you can buy an online audio guide to explore the cathedral at your own pace. 

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Plan Your Visit

Opening Hours

Seville Cathedral is open from 10.45 am to 7.30 pm from Monday to Saturday. On Sunday, the cathedral is open from 2.30 pm to 7.30 pm.

The last entry is two hours before the closing time.

Visitors are advised to arrive early in the morning or afternoon, as the cathedral tends to get crowded during the day.

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How to Reach 

One of the most popular public transport to reach Seville Cathedral is the Seville Tram, called Metrocentro.

It’s a convenient and affordable way to get around the city center. The closest stop is Archivo de Indias, just a 2-minute walk from the cathedral.

You can take line T1 or T4 that connects to the Archivo de Indias.

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Dress Code

Seville Cathedral is a sacred place, and visitors must dress modestly, with shoulders and knees covered. 

Sleeveless tops, shorts, and short skirts are not permitted inside the cathedral. 

It is advisable to bring a light scarf or shawl to cover up if needed.

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Rules & Regulations

Seville Cathedral welcomes thousands of visitors every day, so please follow these rules to help maintain its sanctity and serenity.

  • During liturgical acts, tourist visits are not allowed inside Seville Cathedral, ensuring the sanctity of worship times. 
  • Objects that may pose a risk to visitors or the cathedral’s heritage are not allowed.
  • Visitors must remain silent and dress decently, uncovering their heads upon entering. 
  • Photography without flash and a tripod is permitted as long as it does not disturb those praying.
  • An adult must accompany minors, and running is not allowed within the temple. Entry with animals, except for guide dogs, is prohibited.
  • Consuming food and drinks, except for water, is not allowed, and mobile phones should be kept silent or switched off so as not to disturb those who are praying.
  • Smoking is completely prohibited throughout the premises.
Restaurants

The Seville Cathedral is surrounded by many authentic local bars and restaurants that offer visitors a chance to experience the city’s renowned culinary scene.

The restaurants nearest to the Seville Cathedral are – 

Besides these, we have curated a list of top restaurants and bars you can try around Seville Cathedral. Check that out!

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  • Book your tickets in advance to secure your preferred date and time and avoid long queues. While you may get an entry ticket after waiting in line, tickets, including the climb to the top of Giralda Tower, could be sold out.
  • Make sure you purchase the Giralda ticket, as some visitors discover they didn’t have the correct ticket while touring the cathedral.
  • A great tip is to take a late afternoon tour to beat the heat if you visit during summer or take the 10.45 am tour for a crowd-free experience.
  • Some visitors find climbing the Giralda Tower a little challenging. Also, you will be walking around the expansive cathedral. It is best to wear comfortable shoes for a smooth experience.
  • For visitors planning to use an audio guide, the best way is to click on items in the floor plan to get the information and enhance your experience.
  • Buy the first timed entry ticket of the day and head straight to the Christopher Columbus tomb. This way, you can capture photos without any crowds in the background.
  • For a memorable experience, take the rooftop tour of Seville Cathedral. It is the most popular tour and is highly recommended by most visitors to the cathedral. Be prepared for tight, stone-enclosed spiral stairs, which may not suit those with claustrophobia. 
  • It is essential to carry your passport or other valid ID.
  • Attend a mass at the cathedral. While most of them are in Spanish, which you may or may not understand, the experience is magical and spiritual.
  • You have the option to finish your visit in 1.5 to 2 hours. Nonetheless, we suggest planning around 3 hours to fully explore everything the cathedral has to offer. 
  • The altars, chapels, naves, stained glass paintings, Christopher’s Tomb, climbing up the Giralda, and other features will require some time to appreciate fully.

Highlights of Seville Cathedral

Inside

Inside Seville Cathedral 

Admire Seville Cathedral’s enormous Gothic architecture, vivid stained-glass windows, and elaborate altarpieces. Explore the expansive nave, which is brimming with religious treasures and historical items, as well as Christopher Columbus’s tomb. You may even climb atop the famous Giralda Tower.

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La Giralda Tower

La Giralda Tower

La Giralda Tower, a renowned symbol of Seville, is an iconic Moorish minaret converted into a bell tower for Seville Cathedral. Visitors can climb its ramps for panoramic city views and experience a blend of Islamic and Renaissance architectural styles.

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Patio de los Naranjos

Patio de los Naranjos

Patio de los Naranjos, located in Seville Cathedral, is a tranquil courtyard filled with fragrant orange trees. Historically, it served as a place for ablutions before prayer. Today, it’s a serene spot for reflection and a glimpse into the cathedral’s past.

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This website was an invaluable resource for planning my visit to Seville Cathedral.  It wasn’t just about buying tickets (which was super easy, by the way).  I found out all about the different tour options, opening hours, and even the dress code!  Feeling prepared made my whole experience so much more enjoyable.

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UK

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I’m not usually comfortable buying things online, but this website made the entire process feel safe and secure. The platform is user-friendly and easy to navigate. Booking my Seville Cathedral ticket was quick and hassle-free. I received instant confirmation and mobile tickets, which made entry to the Cathedral a breeze.

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USA

“A Seamless Booking Experience”

I was a little worried about booking tickets online for Seville Cathedral, but this website made it so easy.  The whole process was clear and secure, and I received my e-tickets right away.  The cathedral itself was awe-inspiring, and I’m glad I had a hassle-free way to experience it.

Yan
Turkey

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