If you spend the days of Holy week in Seville, we inform you that roofs and decks of the first Temple of the city can be visited, offering a distinct areas that comprise the largest Gothic Temple in the world from over thirty meters in height as well as approaching, until it almost touches the Giralda. The Cathedral of Seville, one of the three largest global temples of Christianity, is located in the heart of the city.Visits to the roofs of the Cathedral it can reach from our hotels in Seville through a pleasant walk. The chapter of the Cathedral of Seville allows access until the Church covers via a narrow spiral staircase next to the Columbus Monument. When he finishes this ladder, a small door gives access to decks in the first of three levels that you can climb. You can ride thanks to the Hollows of the vaults were filled with pots and jars of Triana until almost flat ground, which does not occur in the last level of the temple, which retains the gaps and makes impractical to walk through that area.
The Tour continues through a small corridor that runs through the interior of the Cathedral, which was begun around the year 1433 and ended in 1506 and which also includes remnants almohades, Renaissance and Baroque. From that corridor has an unprecedented vision altar, stained glass two bodies and los Angeles that tops, three meters high and carved only on elements that the public view from the bottom. Standards imposed by the Cabildo de la Catedral require that it is done in groups of between 10 and 25 people, who are charged 10 euros with right to see the Temple in the traditional way, by roofs and also upload to the Giralda. There is a limitation for the visit by roofs for people with less than 13 years and more than 70, and passes are in the morning and in the afternoon, although those purposes on weekends there are only in the mornings..