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A treasure trove of Catholic valuables , made all the more poignant by the beggar lady at the front door . Why does a church hold such wealth when there is such poverty on its steps . The building itself is fascinating in its construction...More
This is the 750th annivery for the the cathedral and throughout the ground floor there are numerous museum type displays from the past.
As a Senior the entry tickets were €6 which includes an audio tour handset. Personally I turned mine off as after the...More
The cathedral is a magnificent piece of architecture, from far and near it is the real gem of Cadiz. You must pay to enter, your ticket will give you access to the cathedral, crypt and Tower. We paid and wandered inside but we felt a...More
There are amazing views of Cadiz Cathedral from the sea and promenade as the plaza in front of the cathedral is too small to be able to get back far enough.
The cupola has lovely yellow tiles which look like gold glistening in the sun
The towers are huge and afford great views from above. You scale them via a steep spiral walkway rather than staircase. The cathedral is well worth taking some time to visit, with chapels leading off on the perimeters. There is a crypt, again on the...More
The outstanding feature and dominating the skyline of Cadiz is this beautiful Cathedral and you must at least view it from the square. It boasts of Spain’s power and dominance of the seas and the rich trade it squired. However a beautiful price of architecture...More
A beautiful cathedral (which currently has an interesting exhibition of icons and statuary from Costa de la Luz principalities.) Some may not relish the overload of Madonnas and tortured saints, but everyone ought to appreciate the craftsmanship - and the regional variations. Definitely worth a...More