The hotel video guide for booking the best deals online - TVtrip
> > > Seville Cathedral hotels near religious site: Seville Cathedral, Seville Seville Cathedral, Seville infos >

Seville Cathedral (Spain)

  • Overview
  • Hotels
  • Map
  • Photos
loader
illustration

Seville Cathedral, {CATEGORY}

The largest Gothic building in the world and the third-largest church in Europe (after St. Peter's in Rome and St. Paul's in London), the Catedral de Sevilla was designed by builders whose stated goal was that "those who come after us will take us for madmen". Construction began in the late 1400s on the site of an ancient mosque and took centuries to complete. The cathedral claims to contain the remains of Columbus, his tomb is mounted on four statues. Works of art abound, many of them architectural, such as the 15th-century stained-glass windows, the iron screens (rejas) closing off the chapels, the elaborate 15th-century choir stalls, and the Gothic reredos above the main altar. During Corpus Christi and Immaculate Conception observances, altar boys with castanets dance in front of the high altar. In the Treasury are works by Goya, Murillo, and Zurbarán, and on the macabre side, a display of skulls. After touring the dark interior, you'll emerge into the sunlight of the Patio of Orange Trees, with its fresh citrus scents and chirping birds. La Giralda, a Moorish tower next to the cathedral, is the city's most recognizable monument. Erected as a minaret in the 12th century, its later additions include 16th-century bells. To climb it is to take the walk of a lifetime. There are no steps, but if you make it to the top of the seemingly endless ramp, you'll have a dazzling view of Seville. Entrance is through the cathedral. Note: Shorts and T-shirts are not allowed in the cathedral. Remember to dress appropriately before you set out so you're not turned away.

Practical Information

Address: Av de la Constitución, 4a, 410-04 Sevilla

City: Seville

Country: Spain

Phone 1: 95-421-49-71

Official site: catedraldesevilla.es

Opening hours: Mon-Sat 11am-5pm. Sun 2:30-6pm (July-Aug Mon-Sat 9:30am-3:30pm. Sun 2:30-6pm)

Entrance fee: Cathedral and tower 7.50€ ($12) adults, 2€ ($3.20) students under 26, and free for children 11 and under, free for all Sun

Hotels nearby

87 yd - EME catedral hotel

The 5-star Eme Catedral Hotel offers comfort and convinience whether you're on business or holiday in Seville. The property features a wide range of facilities to make your stay a pleasant experience.Read more Facilities like restaurant, shops, business center, laundry service/dry cleaning, tours are readily available for you to enjoy. Guestrooms are designed to provide an optimal level of comfort with welcoming decor and convenient amenities like bathtub, hair dryer, balcony/terrace, television, in room safe. Entertain the hotel's recreational facilities, including massage, spa, gym, outdoor pool. Eme Catedral Hotel is an excellent choice from which to explore Seville or to simply relax and rejuvenate.Hide

94 yd - Hotel Doña Maria

The 4-star Dona Maria Hotel offers comfort and convinience whether you're on business or holiday in Seville. The hotel has everything you need for a comfortable stay. To be found at the hotel are launRead moredry service/dry cleaning, elevator, bar/pub, shops, business center. Guestrooms are fitted with all the amenities you need for a good night's sleep, including television, desk, daily newspaper, mini bar, separate shower and tub. Take a break from a long day and make use of outdoor pool. A welcoming atmosphere and excellent service are what you can expect during your stay at Dona Maria Hotel.Hide

6videos
97 yd - Las Suites Del Maestro

Las suites del maestro is a 3 star hotellocated in a new buildingwith a friendlydecoration conceived in order to give to itsvisitors some relaxation moments fully in theold town of sevilla. It has sixRead more suites,each of themadopts the name of the most representativecontemporary artists of the master of theflamenco guitar, nino ricardo. As a tribute tothem we can enjoy the antonio molina suite,orthat of nina de los peines. The suites have oneor two bedrooms and perfectly equipped kitchenwhere can prepare a coffee or have a glass ofchampagne inside our comfortable privateloungeHide

98 yd - Puerta Catedral Duplex & Lofts

More of a Family establishment, this {stars} hotel is located in Seville. Several amenities, notably n.a. are available at the hotel.15 minutes walking distance from the center, this hotel is located Read moreat CALLE ALEMANES 15, in the north-west section of Seville, which is ideal to discover the city.The San Pablo airport is about 19 minutes by car from the hotel (6 miles ).Giralda de Sevilla, Cathedral, The Golden Tower (Torre del Oro), are some of the monuments that can be visited nearby the hotel.Hide

124 yd - Hostal Leonardo Da Vinci

It is situated at Avenida de la Constitución, 20 in the north-west section of Seville, at only 14 minutes walking distance from the center.The Hostal Leonardo Da Vinci has all the services one would eRead morexpect of a two star hotel in Seville: n.a.. This establishment is more of a Family hotel .You can reach San Pablo in 20 minutes by car (the airport is 6 miles from the hotel).Giralda de Sevilla, Cathedral, The Golden Tower (Torre del Oro), are some of the monuments that can be visited nearby the hotel.Hide

Customer reviews

More info

Seville Cathedral, {CATEGORY}

The largest Gothic building in the world and the third-largest church in Europe (after St. Peter's in Rome and St. Paul's in London), the Catedral de Sevilla was designed by builders whose stated goal was that "those who come after us will take us for madmen". Construction began in the late 1400s on the site of an ancient mosque and took centuries to complete. The cathedral claims to contain the remains of Columbus, his tomb is mounted on four statues. Works of art abound, many of them architectural, such as the 15th-century stained-glass windows, the iron screens (rejas) closing off the chapels, the elaborate 15th-century choir stalls, and the Gothic reredos above the main altar. During Corpus Christi and Immaculate Conception observances, altar boys with castanets dance in front of the high altar. In the Treasury are works by Goya, Murillo, and Zurbarán, and on the macabre side, a display of skulls. After touring the dark interior, you'll emerge into the sunlight of the Patio of Orange Trees, with its fresh citrus scents and chirping birds. La Giralda, a Moorish tower next to the cathedral, is the city's most recognizable monument. Erected as a minaret in the 12th century, its later additions include 16th-century bells. To climb it is to take the walk of a lifetime. There are no steps, but if you make it to the top of the seemingly endless ramp, you'll have a dazzling view of Seville. Entrance is through the cathedral. Note: Shorts and T-shirts are not allowed in the cathedral. Remember to dress appropriately before you set out so you're not turned away.

Seville Cathedral, {CATEGORY}

The largest Gothic building in the world and the third-largest church in Europe (after St. Peter's in Rome and St. Paul's in London), the Catedral de Sevilla was designed by builders whose stated goal was that "those who come after us will take us for madmen". Construction began in the late 1400s on the site of an ancient mosque and took centuries to complete. The cathedral claims to contain the remains of Columbus, his tomb is mounted on four statues. Works of art abound, many of them architectural, such as the 15th-century stained-glass windows, the iron screens (rejas) closing off the chapels, the elaborate 15th-century choir stalls, and the Gothic reredos above the main altar. During Corpus Christi and Immaculate Conception observances, altar boys with castanets dance in front of the high altar. In the Treasury are works by Goya, Murillo, and Zurbarán, and on the macabre side, a display of skulls. After touring the dark interior, you'll emerge into the sunlight of the Patio of Orange Trees, with its fresh citrus scents and chirping birds. La Giralda, a Moorish tower next to the cathedral, is the city's most recognizable monument. Erected as a minaret in the 12th century, its later additions include 16th-century bells. To climb it is to take the walk of a lifetime. There are no steps, but if you make it to the top of the seemingly endless ramp, you'll have a dazzling view of Seville. Entrance is through the cathedral. Note: Shorts and T-shirts are not allowed in the cathedral. Remember to dress appropriately before you set out so you're not turned away.

Activities nearby

restaurant
Museum
Monument
Religious site
Building and administration

> > > Seville Cathedral hotels near religious site: Seville Cathedral, Seville Seville Cathedral, Seville infos >

International Sites

dansk | deutsch | ελληνικά | english | english | español | suomi | français | magyar | italiano | 日本語 | 한국어 | nederlands | norsk | polski | português | română | русский | српски | svenska | 中文 | 中文

International Sites

| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |

Why use TVtrip?

  • Best Rates

    Thanks to our booking partners you can access the rates on the web

  • Quality

    All videos are filmed by professionals

  • Maximum choice

    Choose over 35,884 video to help you make the right choice

  • Transparency

    Unbiased, professional videos to help you choose the right hotel

  • We speak your language

    TVtrip is currently in 22 languages

Informations

Terms of Use | Privacy Policy | About | Team | Press | Help | Contact Us

* Best min. prices over next 30 days and among our hotel booking partners.
The displayed amount is indicative and based on today’s exchange rate.

More info on filming your hotel?

© 2014 - TVtrip.com

Key