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The Santa María Cathedral is hanging up the ''Open for Works'' sign again.

From the 2nd of June free visits to the cathedral will be possible, including the crypt, the nave, the tower and the portico.

The safety and hygiene of visitors to the cathedral is guaranteed, avoiding groups and crowds and without exceeding a third of our authorised capacity. For this purpose, we have designed a new free visit plan which will allow you to pass through all of the spaces in the cathedral and get to know and discover the history and constructive evolution of both the cathedral and the city.

All visitors must wear a mask and gloves for the whole duration of the route, which will be perfectly signposted to avoid crossing paths with people and the forming of crowds. 

Every step of the way, there will be backlit displays providing information on aspects related to the space in which they are located and, in addition to this, there will be a person to answer any of your questions. In order for those interested to delve further into the explanations, visitors will have access to the audio-guide content which can be downloaded free of charge onto their personal mobile phones when they pick up their entry ticket.

This new visiting model will be implemented, for the moment, in June (from Monday to Saturday), from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm and 4:30 pm to 6:30 pm. This time schedule may be extended according to the influx of visitors to the cathedral. 

The standard rate price will be €8.50, reduced rate €5.50 and €1.00 for children between the ages of 6 and 12 years old. Visitors who arrive without a mask will be provided with one, the price of which will be added to that of the visit.

 For more information, please call: 945 255135.

In July, we plan to resume our normal guided tours, although this is subject to the instructions issued by the health authorities. 

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