Le Seu Cathedral, Palma De Mallorca
About Le Seu Cathedral, Palma De Mallorca
Le Seu Cathedral, Palma De Mallorca - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Plaza Almoina, s/n, 07001 Palma de Mallorca, Islas Baleares, Spain
Ticket Price: 4 EUR
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 05:15 pm Details
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Commonly referred as La Se, is a Gothic Roman Catholic cathedral and is said to be the largest cathedral of Palma de Mallorca. The cathedral is built on the site of pre-existing central mosque of Medina Mayurka. The most striking feature of this cathedral is the spectacular interior artwork, designed by Antoni Gaudi and Miquel Barcelo (contemporary artists). Taking a closer look to the craftwork of the cathedral will show that the design followed Catalan Gothic style with the influence of Northern European style in some amount. Other than this fact, there are many other striking features of this cathedral. It has a vast central vault of 144ft (43m) high and columns towers of 65ft high (20m). It also has the world’s largest stain glass windows. The wrought iron canopy over the main alter is something you should not overlook.
One of the many gems in Palma De Mallorca, Le Seu Cathedral holds a prominent place in city’s history, thanks to its ancient roots and archaic built. There is a certain Le Seu Cathedral Ticket Prices to visit the place. You can Buy Tickets for Le Seu Cathedral on your visit as the Le Seu Cathedral Tickets are available on premises itself. Try to visit early to get Tickets for Le Seu Cathedral without dealing with heavy crowds. Ensure to visit the place for a nice insight in city’s culture.
Le Seu Cathedral Information
- Check the holiday list before visiting the church.
- If you visit the church on any other time, you may enter for mass but you cannot see the cathedral.
- On February 27, Open House is held from 10 am to 2:15 pm in the Museum of the Cathedral and Diocesan Museum.
- No tours are held on this day.
- The cathedral is also open on Easter Monday (6th April), Labor Day (1st May), National Holiday (12th October).
- Avoid wearing strapless tops or shorter shorts and skirts.
- Try to keep scarf in handy so that if you are objecting from entering the cathedral with bare shoulder, you can just wrap it around yourself.
- Men don’t have any such dress code other than not wearing headgear or hats while entering to cathedral.
- Photographs (without flash) are allowed.
How To reach Le Seu Cathedral by Public Transport
- Bus: No.2 Placa de Cort
- 15, 25 Placa de la Reina
- 15, 25, 46, 7, 3 Placa de Joan Carles I
- The cathedral is accessible by local buses from any part of the city.
Restaurants Near Le Seu Cathedral
- Un by Wasabi
- Restaurante Sa Cova Encantada
- Fabrica 23
- Iceberg gelets
- El Pulpo Loco
- Restaurante S’olivera
- Montenegro 10
- Cas Cuiner SL
- Alla Scala
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Absolutely stunning. Little trick - while everyone is sranding in line to buy tickets for 7 euros, go to the museum on the opposite side of the Cathedral. You can buy a combo ticket for 7 euro and see the museum for free. Additionally, you can sneak past the left of the Cathedral admittance line, go straight up to security and get in. Religious or not, this place is inspiring. Actual remains from past saints and tons of history! Please be respectful and wear pants, like you would to any church. Take off hats and sunglasses. Its a must see.
A beautiful church by the sea. Came for sightseeing tour of Palma de Mallorca on first week of October 2017. Surprised by the grandeur of this church. Spain does know how to build amazing churches. It is just so sad to remember the history of the Spanish Friars in the Philippines in the 1800's . In there, they build nice churches too, not as nice as this one. Some of friars were not so good to the native people though.
It's a nice switch from just lazing around on the beach. Its definitely a must see if you pass by the area. Unfortunately, wasn't able to go in the actual church cause there was a wedding but managed to take a quick peak. Save this one for the next time I'm in Palma
Very impressive and beautiful place to visit. Especially with sunshine and blue sky it appears to be an amazing place with impressive views.
I went there by bus from Can Pastilla. The cathedral is amazing, a very beautiful building inside and outside. It is free and the opening hours in the summer are long enough. I went there around 7 pm and I could assist at the turning on the lights. Must to see in Majorca.
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