Seville’s blend of architectural heritage and enchanting cultural history is a must for your travels in southern Spain. With this double dose of skip-the-line sightseeing, you’ll visit the city’s iconic cathedral (one of the largest in the world) and the lesser visited – but just as wonderful – Church of El Salvador.
It took over a century, but they did it: Seville Cathedral is the largest Gothic religious building in Europe, according to UNESCO. The Cathedral’s inner space is just as impressive as its exterior, with a cavernous main hall that houses one of the largest and most expensive altarpieces in existence.
Skip the line and explore the hall, as well as 80 individual chapels dedicated to the many saints and noble figures who played a part in the city’s religious history.
After you’ve taken in the ground levels, climb the legendary Giralda tower and enjoy far-reaching views of Seville and the lush Andalusian countryside.