Early Access to Seville Cathedral
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Pass By: Amigo Tours Sevilla, Seville Spain
Expert local guides
Stop At: Catedral de Sevilla, Avenida de la Constitucion s/n, 41001 Seville Spain
Largest gothic cathedral in the world. It was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987.
Duration: 2 hours
Stop At: Torre Giralda, Avenida La Constitucion S/N, 41001 Seville Spain
Views from Giralda Tower
Duration: 15 minutes
Return DetailsReturns to original departure point
We loved this tour! Rosa’s knowledge of history and the cathedral made this a great experience for our family! Thank you so much.
Our guide for this tour was Rosa from Amigo Tours. She is fantastic - very knowledgeable and informative. Before we started the tour, one of the other participants was very upset when she learned the tour was going to be in both Spanish and English. The lady felt like she was only getting 50 of her money's worth out of the trip because of the time being spent saying the same thing in both languages. Rosa explained to the women that she translates sentence by sentence so that everyone received the same information. Rosa did exactly as she promised. I have never seen anyone switch from one language to another with every sentence, but she did. She was superb! We also had her for our guide for the Alcazar early access tour on a previous day.
The Cathedral is amazing. So big and so much to see. If you went on your own, you just wouldn't be able to appreciate the many chapels and objects displayed. It is very important to have the backstory to everything, Without the backstory I wouldn't know where Christopher Columbus is buried - above or below? You must go to the top of the tower. The view is awesome!
Vincent was very knowledgeable .
We enjoyed the tour and SO THANKFUL to enter the cathedral quickly‼️‼️‼️
This tour was excellently given by Rosa. She was delightful and so enthusiastic! Her knowledge was thorough and really made this beautiful place come alive. We would have missed so much without her.
Our guide Rosa was just amazing. We met her at the meeting point where she explained that the Archbishop ? had a free hand in the cathedral opening hours and on that day had decided no visitors until 11.00. As the weather had turned very cold she suggested we go off somewhere warm while she queued in the cold for us and reassemble at 10.50.
At 11.00 we gained entry and Rosa proved to be a superb guide very knowledgeable and very interesting in her delivery of the historical and social information. Our tour lasted about a couple of hours although it felt like half that time and at the end of it my wife and I felt that we gained an understanding of the architecture, the history and the religious significance of both the cathedral and the surrounding area.
I know that this tour was maybe more expensive than others, but boy was it worth every penny. Most of us will probably only visit Seville Cathedral once in our lives so do it properly and you'll be left with an experience you'll remember for a long time I had no idea Christopher Columbus had been buried, exhumed and re-interred so many times!.
If you're lucky enough to get Rosa as your guide you're in for a real treat!