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Seville Cathedral (Catedral de Sevilla) Tickets and Guided Tours

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Skip the long lines to one of Seville’s most popular monuments with a quick entry ticket to the stunning cathedral and bell tower of La Giralda.

So if you’re planning on checking out the Seville Cathedral and all it has to offer, then the best way to ensure that you don’t end up testing your patience in a long line first, would be to buy your Seville Cathedral tickets online.


  • Take a look at Columbus’ tomb
  • Experience the historical buildings and El Giraldillo
  • Skip the long lines to one of Seville’s most famous monuments

Know before you book

  • The opening hours can be changed without prior notice for the celebration of public worship events inside the premises
  • Children under 15 years enter the cathedral for free


Tickets aren’t the only thing you can buy online. We’ve found the top guided tours of the Seville Cathedral – so you can pick and choose to your heart’s desire. Tours are led by professional guides that know their stuff, so you’re sure to learn some interesting facts and history too.

From a one hour guided walking tour of the cathedral to a Seville hop-on-hop-off bus tour of the city – we’ve found tours in all shapes and sizes so you don’t have to. Best part? They all include entrance to the magnificent cathedral.

So get ready to discover the rich and fascinating history of Seville with a guided visit to both the Cathedral of Seville and Alcazar with one of these amazing tours:

Seville Cathedral Tickets

The Cathedral of Seville is a world wonder, the largest cathedral in Spain and the third-largest in the entire world. However, if one were to make comparisons solely by the interior air volume, this cathedral might be the largest in the world. It’s one of the most visited monuments in Spain for a very good reason!

If you had visited this spot in the 12th and 13th centuries, you would have had the opportunity to visit the Almohad Mosque. Today, almost all signs of the mosque are gone, and in its place is a Christian Gothic cathedral which started in 1401. The cathedral took only a little over 100 years to complete, and all that remains of the former mosque is the Patio Naranjos and the Giralda Tower.


Visiting this cathedral is the main reason most people visit the beautiful Seville. We advise planning around four days to see this magical city – you don’t want to miss getting into the cathedral due to not planning your time well.

The cathedral is a sight to behold and an absolute must-see. A ticket into the cathedral will allow you to explore everything the cathedral has to offer. Here are some highlights to look forward to:

The Tomb of Christopher Columbus

The Cathedral of Seville is where you will find the tomb of Christopher Columbus. Arturo Melida sculpted this amazing tomb. Originally the tomb was constructed in the Cathedral of Havana, but after Cuba declared its independence from Spain, it was moved to Seville.

Antecabildo, A Room In The Cathedral

The wall reliefs and sculptures in this room are of biblical events and are thought to have been done by Juan Bautista Vazquez the Elder, Diego de Velasco, and Diego de Pesique. The main entrance to the room was constructed by Herman Ruiz Jimenez, but the vault was done by Juan de Minjares and Asensio de Maeda.

The Giralda Tower

The Giralda Tower was originally a minaret, and formed part of the Moorish mosque that existed before the cathedral. The present bell room at the top was added to the tower in 1560, with construction ending in 1568AD.

Patio Mariscal, A Courtyard In The Cathedral

Also known as the Chapter Room, this courtyard was used as the residential area for the capitular lords. Be sure to look closely along the walls of the room and you might find a gravestone dated 1603.

The Patio Naranjos

In Moorish times the faithful would have visited the Almohad Mosque by way of the Naranjos courtyard, washing their feet and hands in the patio’s fountain before entering the mosque.



Seville Cathedral and Giralda: Skip-the-Line Ticket

Enter the cathedral and head over to see the tomb of Christopher Columbus in front of the Puerta del Principe. Here you’ll learn about the history of the cathedral, which goes back to the 15th century.

Seville Cathedral Hours

Monday: from 11:00 to 15:30
Tuesday to Saturday: from 11:00 to 17:00
Sundays: from 2:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m


The ticket is valid for one day, and entitles you to explore the cathedral and bell tower at your own pace.


Skip the line, fast-track online tickets to the Seville cathedral and bell tower costs € 18

Price Includes

This price includes a fast-track entry ticket to the impressive cathedral and bell tower of La Giralda.


Free service for people with reduced mobility.


Seville in a Day: Private Tour

Can you see the whole of Seville in one day? Well, it will be tricky. Your best bet would be to book a private tour aimed at doing just that.

Receive undivided attention from your experienced guide on a private full-day tour of Seville. If you book this tour you will also be able to customize your itinerary according to your interests, so you can really get the most out of your day in Seville. Choose to visit UNESCO-listed landmarks like the Giralda Tower (El Giraldillo) and Alcazar of Seville, and get an insider tip from your guide on where to have lunch or grab a tapa or two!



Value For Money
+ Positives:
  • Skip the long line to the cathedral
  • Experience the historical buildings and El Giraldillo
  • Includes tickets to cathedral, as well as the La Giralda Tower
- Negatives:
  • Cathedral ticket is non-refundable
  • Tour not included in ticket-only special

Specification: Seville Cathedral (Catedral de Sevilla) Tickets and Guided Tours




Ticket valid for one day

Meals & Drinks

No meals provided


Booking fee, La Giralda Tower skip-the-line ticket, Seville Cathedral skip-the-line ticket


Food and drinks, Guide (unless you book a tour instead)

Suitable For

History lovers, Persons with Limited Mobility

15 reviews for Seville Cathedral (Catedral de Sevilla) Tickets and Guided Tours


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  1. Deborah B

    Vincent was very knowledgeable . We enjoyed the tour and SO THANKFUL to enter the cathedral quickly‼️‼️‼️

  2. Tamara S

    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!

  3. MarkD5366

    We loved this tour! Rosa’s knowledge of history and the cathedral made this a great experience for our family! Thank you so much.

  4. KAREN W

    Easy meet-up point as it was in the same place as the Alcazar tour we took in the morning – very central. Tour guide had a lot of knowledge about the cathedral and we were glad we choose the tour as to wander round on our own we would have missed out on some important facts. Cathedral is very impressive and history impressive too. At the end of the tour my partner climbed the bell tower no extra charge and he said the views were stunning.

  5. Inderdev S

    One of the most amazing cathedral cannot be missed good guide good audio equipment given Guide had good structural knowledge equally interesting stories to tell of the monument.

  6. Karen O

    The Seville Cathedral is a breathtaking structure and rich with history of the region! It contains a fortune in gold and jewels. Our guide was well versed and shared a lot of her knowledgge with us. This tour is well worth your time to take.

  7. Karen L

    We were slightly disappointed with this tour. To begin with, our tour guide was 30 mins late to start the tour. We were given headsets to wear so we could hear the tour guide during the tour. Unfortunately, the guide was difficult to understand at times and her voice was very monotone.The tour guide was very knowledgeable about the cathedral and Alcazar Place, but the tour itself was rather boring.

  8. anythingbutfish

    The tour was very informative and was a great way to see and learn all about Seville. The Alcazar and Cathedral were stunning and the walking tour around the area was a brilliant way to learn the history of the city. It was extremely hot in August so be sure to be prepared with water as there are no stop in the 3 hours trip.

  9. Anne H

    Was pretty average on all sides. The tour guide was OK but the number of people on the tur kept changing.

  10. Ranu – Spain

    Excellent! Organized and engaging history lesson. Loved our guide.

  11. a GetYourGuide customer – United States

    Angela was a great guide

  12. Madhu – United States

    Wonderful guide María Jesus The guide María made this tour a fun informative full of hisorical facts and details which would have escaped our attention if we did this tour by ourself. She gave us info of the city, shopping and restaurants.

  13. a GetYourGuide customer – Denmark

    Very good guide and the audio was functioning well

  14. Robert D – United Kingdom

    We had booked an 11.30 visit but got entry quickly to go in 20 minutes earlier. The on line system worked well, though we did make the mistake of entering through the group entrance and going all the way through the Cathedral to the main entrance to collect the hand held English listening guide. A very good visit.

  15. a GetYourGuide customer – Australia

    Birds eye view of Seville Beautiful cathedral and amazing views from the top of the Giralda.

Seville Cathedral (Catedral de Sevilla) Tickets and Guided Tours
Seville Cathedral (Catedral de Sevilla) Tickets and Guided Tours


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