The Cathedral in Seville is the largest gothic cathedral in the world, and the third temple in size after St. Peter's Basilica of the Vatican in Rome, and St. Paul in London. In 1987 it was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
The Cabildo Metropolitano has been the custodian of its rich history for seven centuries and wants to remain as it, every day with a more modern and accurate focus and organization. To do so it maintains the daily Liturgy and the celebration of the great feasts of Corpus and Inmaculada, handles devotion to the Virgen de los Reyes permanently, and makes extensive sacramental pastoral, as the first church in the Diocese of Seville.
On this page, you will find all the information you require to organise your visit to the Cathedral of Seville efficiently and quickly so that you can enjoy the monuments in all their splendour. Alhambra Tickets.
Find out here about the price of the ticket, how to book, opening times, guided visits, accesses to the complex and where to stay in Seville, and you will be able to enjoy the historical and cultural heritage of Seville and the Cathedral.