Seville Cathedral Tour


90 Minutes

Accessible tour

Flat rate per group

Free cancellation 48 hours in advance

Photos of the tour

Fancy a tour through history and art? With my guided visit to the Seville Cathedral, you’ll discover the secrets of the world’s largest Gothic cathedral. You’ll learn about its history, architecture, art collection, orange-tree-lined courtyard, and the Giralda bell tower.

Book now and join us on a journey through time and beauty. We’ll start at our meeting point and head to one of the most stunning architectural complexes in the world, declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987. We’ll begin with a guided tour of the cathedral, passing through the Patio de los Naranjos, and end with the ascent to “La Giralda.”

Catedral de Sevilla y Sevilla

The history of the Seville Cathedral

The history of the Seville Cathedral dates back to the 12th century, where it stands on the site of the old mosque, parts of which can still be seen, such as the “Puerta del Perdón”, the “Patio de los Naranjos”, and “La Giralda,” its bell tower. The Almohad heritage is also visible in the nearby towers that were part of the city’s walled enclosure, such as the Torre del Oro, the Torre de la Plata, and the Torre de Bronce.

Later, in the 13th century, it was transformed into the largest Gothic cathedral in the world and the third-largest after St. Peter’s Basilica in the Vatican and St. Paul’s Cathedral in London. In the 16th century, the cathedral was completed with magnificent works of the best Spanish Renaissance: The Capilla Real, the Sala del Cabildo, and the Sacristía Mayor.

Puerta de la Catedral de Sevilla
Torres iluminadas de la Catedral de Sevilla

The Seville Cathedral Tour

Our tour will take us through the Puerta del Perdón and into the Patio de los Naranjos, where we’ll see its original Almohad structure as a zone for ablutions and irrigation system. After crossing the geometric orange-tree forest, we’ll enter the cathedral’s interior, where we’ll take a stroll among gigantic stone columns that elevate their covers to turn it into the world’s largest Gothic temple. We’ll enjoy the outstanding Capilla Real, which houses the tombs of Ferdinand III and his son Alfonso X, the Sacristía Mayor, and the Sala del Cabildo.

We’ll walk through its aisles, immersing ourselves in its history and enjoying the art it treasures, such as the Retablo Mayor, the tomb with the remains of Christopher Columbus, and numerous paintings by Murillo, Zurbarán and Valdés Leal, among other authors.

At certain times of the year, it is possible to take a guided tour of the cathedral’s roofs.

Patio de los naranjos de Sevilla con la Giralda al fondo
Patio de los naranjos de Sevilla
Tumba de Cristóbal Colón
bovedas de la catedral de Sevilla

The Giralda of Seville

No visit to Seville would be complete without seeing the Giralda. Undoubtedly the city’s most recognizable symbol and a result of the fusion of cultures, it is considered the most beautiful lookout point over the city of Seville.

Ascending its 35 easily accessible ramps brings us closer to the sky and offers spectacular views of the city, Triana – one of its most emblematic neighborhoods – and the Guadalquivir River. To visit the Giralda, you can enter with the same ticket as the cathedral.

As a final touch, don’t forget to take the best photos of the Giralda for your social media, framing your snapshot between the facades of Francos street or from Mateos Gago street, the beginning of the Santa Cruz neighborhood.

Taking our complete tour in Spanish with an official guide will become your best experience. Check out the comments that other people have left about our guided tour and choose your visit. Contact me for availability and reservations, and I will inform you about the necessary documentation.

La Giralda
Grupo de visitantes ante la giralda
Additional Information

The visits include:

  • Expert accredited official guide.
  • Meeting point at the feet of the Giralda.
  • Photos of the tour.

Not included:

  • Entrance tickets.
  • Radioguides (required for groups larger than 7 people; 1€ per person).

Monument entrance fees:

  • Seville Cathedral. Price: 

Admission fees are as follows: 11€ for adults, 6€ for students under the age of 25 and pensioners over the age of 65 (original documentation must be presented at the entrance to prove eligibility), and free admission for children under the age of 14. There is an additional online management fee of 1€.

To purchase tickets for admission to Seville Cathedral, please visit:

Frequently Asked Questions
  • How can I make a reservation? To make a reservation, please click on the “Book Now” button to access the reservation form. Upon receiving your request, I will confirm my availability.
  • Are monument entrance fees included in the tour price? No, monument entrance fees are not included in the tour price. After confirming availability and scheduling, the entrance tickets can be reserved on the monuments’ websites.
  • Is the price per person? No, the price is a fixed amount for the entire private group (ranging from 1 to 30 people).
  • Can I cancel my tour? Customers will receive a full refund or credit when they cancel their activity at least 48 hours in advance. If you do not show up for your activity, you will be charged the full price.

Customers will also receive a full refund or credit in the event of cancellation by the operator due to weather or other unforeseen circumstances. Please contact us by phone to cancel or inquire about a cancellation: +34 615073914 or email us at