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Skip the line at the entrance to Seville Cathedral.
Guided tour of the cathedral.
Professional bilingual tour guide.
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Skip the line access to the Seville Cathedral
Guided tour of the cathedral
Tower access
Expert tour guide (English/Spanish)
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Skip-the-line entry into Seville Cathedral, Giralda, and El Salvador Church
Audio guide (optional)
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This ticket cannot be canceled but can be rescheduled upon request
This ticket cannot be canceled but can be rescheduled upon request
This ticket cannot be canceled but can be rescheduled upon request
The magnitude and majesty of Seville's centerpiece church is breathtaking. It was built atop the ruins of a major mosque between 1434 and 1517, making it the world's largest Gothic church. The cathedral's history can be traced back to the 15th century, while Christian worship on the site goes all the way back to the mid-13th century. If you want to visit this grand structure and find out more about its heritage, this page will guide you through all the Seville Cathedral tickets you can choose from and provide information on opening hours, getting there, and more.

Post-COVID-19 Safety Measures at Seville Cathedral

  • Seville Cathedral tickets can now be booked online. 
  • At all times, guests must wear face masks and maintain social distancing.
  • Guests must pay close attention to access and closed space markings.
  • Cleansing and sanitation of the building's designated places have been improved.
  • EPIS pieces of equipment including sanitary masks are used by the workers. 
  • Hand sanitizers are available on the premises for public use.

All Your Seville Cathedral Tickets Options

There are multiple types of Seville Cathedral tickets available for the visitors, each offering a unique experience. Skip the line tickets are quite popular among visitors who are looking to save time and bypass the waiting lines. The ones who would prefer to delve deep into the history of Seville Cathedral are better off choosing guided tours. Combo tickets provide guests with the opportunity to explore more of Seville along with the cathedral.

Skip the Line Tickets

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Seville Cathedral, the world's biggest gothic church and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is worth a visit. Skip the line at the entrance and embark on a tour of this intriguing location, where you will learn about a monument that is both majestic and spiritual. These Seville Cathedral skip the line tickets ensure that you don’t waste time waiting for your turn.

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With these Seville Cathedral tickets, skip the long lines with your knowledgeable tour guide and discover its background and beauty.
Experience an in-depth tour of the world's biggest gothic church, Seville Cathedral. Skip the line at the entry and enjoy the company of a professional bilingual or French-speaking guide on a tour of this intriguing location. If you are looking for a deeper dive into the history of this grand structure, this Seville Cathedral ticket is a must-have for you.

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Enjoy priority admission to the Seville Cathedral and bypass the long lines at the entrance. After that, follow your professional multilingual guide to discover the cathedral's rich architectural and cultural history.
This historic city offers plenty of fascinating attractions to visit, along with the Seville Cathedral. On a combo tour, you can do just that. With a multilingual tour guide, discover top landmarks like the Alcazar of Seville, La Giralda tower, El Salvador Church and more. Combo tickets are the best way to make the most out of your visit to the city while saving time and overall expenses.

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On this combo guided tour, visit Seville's Alcázar, a structure that symbolizes the fusion of Arabic and Mediterranean cultures,  along with La Giralda, the cathedral's bell tower, and the lovely El Salvador Church. 
Skip the long lines and get direct entry to the Seville Cathedral and La Giralda bell tower with this combo ticket. Your experience also includes a detailed tour with an expert local guide.
Visit two of Seville’s top attractions, the Cathedral and Royal Alcazar, with this combo ticket. With your expert guide, discover the enchanting history and architecture of these landmarks.

Plan Your Visit to Seville Cathedral

Opening Hours

Getting There

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What are Seville Cathedral hours?
Seville Cathedral is open on Mondays to Saturdays from 10:45 AM to 5:00 PM and on Sundays from 2:30 PM to 6:00 PM.
What is the best time to visit Seville Cathedral?
The best time of the day to visit Seville Cathedral is early in the morning, soon after the Cathedral opens for visitors. The crowd is a little low at the time. In terms of weather, the months of March, April, September, and October are the best to enjoy your time at Seville Cathedral.
How long is a Seville Cathedral tour?
The tour of the entire Seville Cathedral and the Giralda Tower may take between 1.5 to 3 hours.
Where is Seville Cathedral located?
The Seville Cathedral is located at Av. de la Constitución, s/n, 41004 Sevilla, Spain.
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Can I take the metro/train to Seville Cathedral?
Yes, you can take the metro to Seville Cathedral. The closest subway station from Seville Cathedral is Plaza de Cuba, served by the L1 subway line.
Can I take the bus to Seville Cathedral?
Yes, you can take a bus to Seville Cathedral. The nearest bus stop is Paseo Cristóbal Colón which is served by route numbers 3, 21, 40, 41, A2, and C4.
Is photography permitted on a Seville Cathedral tour?
Photography for personal purposes is permitted at the Seville Cathedral. Distribution and reproduction of these photos are not allowed.
Are outside food and drinks permitted inside Seville Cathedral?
No, bringing food and drinks inside Seville Cathedral is not allowed.
Is Seville Cathedral wheelchair accessible?
Yes, Seville Cathedral is wheelchair accessible.
Is storage facility available at Seville Cathedral?
No, a storage facility is not available at Seville Cathedral.

What to See at Seville Cathedral?

Seville Cathedral has witnessed centuries of history, and every bit of it is evident in the Seville Cathedral’s architecture. Here are the highlights of the Seville Cathedral:

Christopher Columbus’ Tomb

A monument to Christopher Columbus stands just inside the entryway of Seville Cathedral. Four allegorical figures hold his tomb aloft, signifying the four kingdoms of Spain during Columbus' lifetime: Castille, Aragon, Navara, and Leon. The tomb was placed as one of the cathedral's final embellishments. It was originally placed in Havana before being transported to Seville after Spain lost control of Cuba. It was designed by artist Arturo Melida.

La Giralda

The Seville Cathedral's minaret, La Giralda, is the mosque's tower that was retained after the mosque was demolished and rebuilt into a cathedral. Climb the 104-meter-high Giralda Tower for a wonderful view of the city center during your visit. A four-meter-high bronze figure stands atop the Giralda Tower. The Giraldillo is the name given to this statue, which represents faith. The tower's moniker comes from the fact that the statue rotates with the wind.

Royal Chapel & Altar

The essential role of the Seville Cathedral is played out at the Royal Chapel. It has a square plan with an apse and two side chapels, as well as a hemispherical dome and lamp cover created by Hernán Ruiz the Younger between 1567 and 1569. The Gothic figure of the Virgin of the Kings, patron saint of the city and archbishop of Seville, is positioned in the main altarpiece of the Royal Chapel, which dates back to the 17th century.

Orange Courtyard

This garden is a modest haven of tranquility in the heart of the city, perfect for rest and meditation. The Patio de Los Naranjos is estimated to be roughly the same size as the old mosque, to which two of the outside walls once belonged. In the center, there is a huge fountain. Its basin is one of the few surviving Visigothic relics. Rodrigo Caro stated in the 16th century that the courtyard was filled with orange trees, hence it was given the name Patio de Los Naranjos.

Top Attractions in Seville

Apart from this iconic cathedral, there’s plenty of interesting things to do in the city of Seville. Here are the top attractions not to miss out on:

Alcazar Seville

The Alcázar is a royal palace in the southern Spanish town of Seville that was erected by the Moorish rulers who ruled the region from the 8th century onwards. It is widely regarded as one of the most magnificent specimens of mudéjar art currently in existence. Despite the fact that the Alcázar is now owned by the Seville city council, it is the oldest royal residence still in use, housing state officials and visitors on a daily basis. Book Alcazar Seville tickets.

Palacio de las Duenas

The late Duchess of Alba, one of Spain's most powerful aristocrats, made this beautiful 15th-century house her home. It has stunning gardens and a lovely arcaded courtyard, and it is designed in Renaissance style. Inside, you may see the Duchess' collection of Semana Santa, bullfighting, and football memorabilia, as well as paintings and tapestries. Antonio Machado, a great Spanish poet, is honored by a plaque here. Book Palacio de las Duenas tickets.

Seville Aquarium

The Seville Aquarium is home to more than 400 different species of marine life, which are housed in 35 freshwater and saltwater tanks. Travel from the Atlantic to the Amazon in the footsteps of Magellan, and see sharks in one of Spain's deepest aquarium tanks before seeing the ethereal jellyfish exhibit. Turtles, unique fish, amphibians, reptiles, vibrant coral reefs, and other marine life can all be found here. Book Seville Aquarium tickets. Book Seville Aquarium tickets.

Aquopolis Sevilla

Aquopolis Sevilla, one of Spain's largest waterparks, will bring delight to both children and adults, with its variety of slides, wave pools, and rapids designed to appeal to people of all ages, from toddlers to fearless teenagers. Picnic spots and karting opportunities round out a fun family outing at this exciting venue of Seville. Book Aquopolis Sevilla tickets.

Seville Flamenco Shows

Choose one of the many places in Seville and enjoy a performance of traditional flamenco dancing to round off your trip. A brilliant company of dancers showcases diverse forms of flamenco dancing during their performance at these Seville venues. During the performance, there will be live music and may include a welcome drink. During the show, traditional Spanish tapas are highly recommended. Book Seville Flamenco show tickets.

Seville Cathedral Tickets FAQs

Are Seville Cathedral tickets available online now?
Yes, Seville Cathedral tickets are available online now. Guests are advised to prebook their tickets online so as to get their preferred date and time of visit.
What safety measures are in place at Seville Cathedral?
Decontamination and sanitization measures of the Seville Cathedral premises have been stepped up. All staff is required to use protective gear at all times. Markings have been placed throughout the Seville Cathedral to aid social distancing. Hand sanitization is highly recommended after interacting with any surface at the Seville Cathedral.
What are the different types of Seville Cathedral tickets?
Seville Cathedral tickets are of three types: skip the line tickets, guided tours, and combo tickets.
Are Seville Cathedral tours available?
Yes, small group Seville Cathedral guided tours are now available. Guests will have to book their guided tours in advance.
Are discounts available on Seville Cathedral tickets?
Yes, students between 15 and 25 years of age with an international student card or student card in force, minors between 15 and 17 years old, pensioners over 65 years of age will be eligible for reduced ticket prices.
What are Seville Cathedral hours?
Seville Cathedral is open on Mondays to Saturdays from 10:45 AM to 5:00 PM and on Sundays from 2:30 PM to 6:00 PM.
How do I get to Seville Cathedral?
The closest subway station from Seville Cathedral is Plaza de Cuba, served by the L1 subway line. The nearest bus stop is Paseo Cristóbal Colón which is served by route numbers 3, 21, 40, 41, A2, and C4. You can also take a tram and get down at Plaza Nueva or Archivo de Indias stop.
Is entry to La Giralda included in Seville Cathedral tickets?
Yes, the entry to La Giralda is included in Seville Cathedral tickets.
What is the best time to visit Seville Cathedral?
Early in the morning, shortly after Seville Cathedral opens to guests, is the finest time to explore Seville Cathedral. At this moment, the crowd is a little light. The months of March, April, September, and October are the best for visiting Seville Cathedral due to the weather.
Is Seville Cathedral wheelchair accessible?
Yes, Seville Cathedral is wheelchair accessible.
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