Tickets for Seville Cathedral & Giralda: Skip the Line.
Another of our BESTSELLERS!
- Skip The Line Entry to Seville Cathedral and the Giralda Bell Tower
- Skip The Line Entry to the Collegial Church of El Divino Salvador
Seville Cathedral including Skip The Line Entrance & the Giralda Bell Tower & entry to the Collegial Church of El Divino Salvador.
Climb the Cathedral’s Giralda tower for an amazing view of the city and the Andalusian surroundings. Admire the architecture and heritage and cultural history of this southern Spanish jewel.
Why not upgrade the ticket to one of our great combination tickets. For Seville Cathedral we offer:
- The Seville Pass which includes Seville Cathedral & Giralda as well as entry to Alcazar of Seville and Hop-on Hop-off Bus Seville, as well as a great download for your phone about Seville and 10% discount on next purchase (see this link for full details).
- Seville Super Combi which is Seville Cathedral & Giralda + Alcazar of Seville. Click HERE for ticket details.
Seville Cathedral Fun Facts
- Seville Cathedral didn’t follow the normal blueprint for these types of buildings. They are normally built with a floor plan in the shape of a Latin Cross, however the Seville Cathedral is actually square! The reason for this is because it was built on the site of the city’s old great mosque and so they decided to use the existing structure that was already there. The bell tower of the Cathedral was actually built from the Arab minaret!
- They say the Giralda (bell tower) doesn’t have steps because the sultan that built it wanted to be able to ride up the tower on his horse so he could enjoy the views and the horse preferred a smooth ramp instead of steps!
- The cathedral expands and contracts on a daily basis due to the varying temperatures. This wasn’t done on purpose. It was only discovered during building works in 2006 when they used sensors during the restoration!
- The columns connected by chains outside were used with purpose to mark the limits of civil and ecclesiastical jurisdiction’s during the 16th century.