The Seville Cathedral is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the largest Gothic cathedral in the world, and a Spanish national monument. Its imposing structure can be seen from all over the city, and it’s certainly among the most popular things to do in Seville.
There are many things to see and do inside Seville Cathedral (in Spanish Catedral de Sevilla), such as exploring the numerous chapels, climbing to the top of the Giralda tower for breathtaking views of the city, and visiting the tomb of Christopher Columbus.
In this guide, I will share some history, interesting facts and, of course, what not to miss with plenty of tips along the way.
One such example, be sure to book a queue skip online ahead to avoid lining up in the 40-degree heat. Not that I’m stupid enough to forget that step, although I have always said I like to travel, not that I’m good at travelling, but more on that later in the tips section!
So, let’s get going.
Seville cathedral opening hours
- Monday to…