Guide tours on the Seville Cathedral covers

19 marzo, 2015

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The Cathedral of Seville is one of the most visited monuments of the city throughout the year. The Cathedral, declared World Heritage Site, is based on the pillars of the old Arabic mosque of Isbilya (Seville). Each architectonic style has made its mark throughout the centuries in the actual biggest gothic Cathedral of the world and the third one of the Christianity. As a consequence, there exist some paintings and secrets from some different painters which you only can discover by visiting the covers.

The initiative about organizing groups to visit the Cathedral covers started up a few years ago due to the tourists’ affluence who visit to the temple every day. The organization of those groups depends on a minimum of people and on an established timetable for each time of the year. The tour begins in the Puerta de San Miguel after introducing the guide offered by the Cathedral.

Shifts for visiting the Seville Cathedral covers

From Mondays to Fridays:

First shift – 10:30 am (2 groups possible)

Second shift – 12:00 am (2 groups possible)

Third shift – 05:00 pm (2 groups possible)

Fourth shift – 06:30 pm (except in winter)

Week-ends:

First shift – 10:30 am (2 groups possible)

Second shift – 12:00 am (2 groups possible)

Third shift – 05:00 pm (2 groups possible)

Fourth shift – 06:30 pm (except in winter)

Must to the guide tours on the Seville Cathedral covers

Minimum of people by group: 10. Maximum of people by group: 25

Minimum age for the tours: 13 years-old (minimum 1 adult for two eighteen-age minors)

Rate: 12€/person (with tour guide and accident insurance).

To book:

On the Internet: http://reservas.cubiertasdelacatedral.com/

By calling: (+34) 902099692

By e-mail: reservas@catedraldesevilla.es