Fancy seeing Seville from above? The visit to the Seville Cathedral Roofs allows you to do just that, and not only will you be able to see Seville, but you’ll have a unique experience of how Seville Cathedral was built between the 15th and 16th centuries. This visit is a journey through time, so get ready to fall even more in love with this fantastic monument. We assure you that it is a visit that leaves no one indifferent, that you will probably want to repeat.
This visit is located in the Avenida de la Constitución, in the same Cathedral of Seville. In addition, this visit is suitable for everyone as it has a great accessibility, having adapted toilets, Braille leaflets or sign-guide service.
Are you finding what you are reading interesting? Below you can find out more about this tour, with information about the route, opening times and prices. In addition, if you really like the roofs of the Cathedral of Seville, you will love our Guided Tour of the Cathedral and Giralda, where you can see the whole cathedral in its splendour and with the best guides of the city. We also have our Free Tour of Seville, which will show you the best monuments of the city, if you have more time for sightseeing in Seville.
As mentioned above, this tour will show you how Seville Cathedral was built. Throughout the tour you will meet a series of characters who participated in its construction, such as: the master builder, the stonemasons, masons, carpenters, blacksmiths, potters, masons, laborer’s… and each one working and collaborating together so that the project of building a Gothic and Renaissance Cathedral became a reality and was the best of all. In fact, you can still see the marks that the builders used to achieve a perfect construction, which is amazing.
With this tour you will get to know the beautiful Cathedral from the top, you will be able to take a cozy walk on its incredible rooftops, go through hidden passages, enjoy the fabulous panoramic views offered by the architecture of the Cathedral and its urban environment.
This visit lasts about an hour and a half, a time we consider adequate and sufficient to see the spectacular views offered by the roofs and to learn more about the construction of the monument.
The opening times for visiting these fantastic roofs of Seville Cathedral are as follows:
It should be noted that on 3, 5 and 12 June, visits will only take place in the afternoons. In addition, the times and days of visits may be subject to slight changes in the event of special events.
The cost of the visit is €16 per person plus an additional €1 as you will be given a disposable headset. It also includes, during your visit, an accident insurance, although this policy is only valid for people under 70 years of age.
In addition, in the event of bad weather, the visit will be cancelled and you can request a change of date or a full refund of the amount paid.