Girona Cathedral

Address: Plaça de la Catedral, Girona, 17004, Spain
Telephone: 972 21 44 26

- Budget

4

Spectacular Gothic / Baroque cathedral with the widest Gothic nave in the world.

I’ve never known anyone fail to be impressed by the sheer scale of this cathedral. Even if architecture and churches leave you cold, I’d be amazed if you’re not slightly blown away by this one. It’s a mix of medieval Gothic with 12th century cloisters and the epically scaled Gothic nave – which, at 23 metres wide is second only to St Peters in Rome as the broadest in the world and there's also one of the largest Rococo staircases in Europe.

To get to the cloisters, you need to go through the Museum which is also definitely worth a visit in itself, with some beautiful illuminated manuscripts and the equally impressive Medieval ‘creation tapestry’.

Value for money
4.4
90%

Price advice

What they call the 'Cultural Visit' includes the Nave, the Treasury and the Cloister:

Ticket price: 5 euros (audioguide included).

Students with proof of status and visitors aged over 65: 3 euros (audioguide included).

Groups with registered guide (minimum 10 people): 2 euros per person.

School groups with teacher/professor: 1.20 euros per person.

Children aged under 7: free.


VISIT DURING WORSHIP TIMES (Treasury and Cloister; Nave open for worship only):

Ticket price: 3 euros (audioguide included).

Students with proof of status and visitors aged over 65: 2 euros (audioguide included).

Groups with registered guide (minimum 10 people): 1.50 euros per person.

School groups with teacher/professor: 90 cents per person.

Children aged under 7: free.


If you just want to see the Nave, Treasury and Cloister), there are 'free visits' on:

Sundays all day.
(from 10am to 2pm only Treasury and Cloister)

Hire of audioguide: 1 euro.

Last tickets sold 30 minutes before closing.

There are no 'Cultural visits' on Christmas Day, New Year's Day,  Jan 6 and Easter Sunday

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Recommended for

  • Backpackers / Students
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