Tickets for Segovia Cathedral
If you visit Segovia you are sure to discover that it is marked by its famous aqueduct. Almost two thousand years ago, the Romans built a very practical civil work that would become the symbol of the city and one of its main tourist attractions. But Segovia has much more, and its Alcazar and cathedral are also on the list of must-sees if you pass through the city. Segovia Cathedral is not just any cathedral, it is the Lady of cathedrals. Late Gothic in style, its construction began in 1525 with the selfless collaboration of the people of Segovia. It replaced the Old Cathedral, located in the current Alcázar Gardens and destroyed during the War of the Communities in 1520. Its visitors will be able to discover all its historical beauties, such as the paving (large open space outside), the Gothic cloister transferred stone by stone from the old cathedral, or the exhibition rooms containing pieces of great artistic and religious value: the Sala de Santa Catalina, the Sala Capitular, the Sala de Tapices y Ornamentos Litúrgicos and the Sala de Pintura Bajo Claustro (Room of Santa Catalina, the Chapterhouse, the Room of Tapestries and Liturgical Ornaments and the Painting Room under the Cloister).
What we are going to do?
The general admission tickets to Segovia Cathedral allow you to discover the interior of the temple in a non-guided way. You can visit its 22 chapels, the cloister, the chapterhouse, the pavement and the exhibition rooms.
General admission tickets to the Cathedral
Free App of the Sala de Pintura Bajo Claustro (Under Cloister Painting Room)
The timetable for visits to the Cathedral is from Monday to Sunday from 9.30 am to 6.30 pm.
Free cancellation up to 24 hours before the activity starts. If you cancel under this time or do not show up, you will not be refunded.