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If you speak Spanish don’t miss the guided tour which can be booked in advance at the Tourist Office opposite the main entrance. It will gain you access to parts of the Cathedral closed off go the general public including the Cloister, an impressive and...More
Oh how the Spanish love their churches, cathedrals, monasteries and religious edificios. This one dates back to 1124, and is mainly gothic in style. It totally dominates the town, being disproportionately large in relation to the towns population.
Worth a look, but I wouldn’t make...More
As cathedrals go, this is about the same as all the rest of them. There is nothing here that holds any "wow" factor, but it's still worth wandering in and taking a look if you're in Siguenza. But I wouldn't beat a path to get...More
Take the tour of this great building and see a number of extra rooms. Have done this twice. Only found tour in Spanish so I missed a lot of what the guide said, but it’s still great to get into the spaces that are locked...More
If you do not join a tour (in Spanish), you will miss the best bits of the cathedral. Even if you can't understand, it is only one hour and it gives you great access to parts you normally cannot visit. Additionally, you get to visit...More
I strongly recommend the guided tour of the cathedral. The guide is excellent. You will learn everything about the cathedral history and architecture but also have access to beautiful things like the tomb of El Doncel, a painting from El Greco and an excellent collection...More
Spätromanisch, gotisch, Renaissance-Plateresk und sogar Barock, alles ist hier vermischt. Nach langem Suchen finden wir den Doncel in einer Seitenkapelle. In der Sakristei verschwindet gerade eine Gruppe mit einem grimmigen Führer, der darüber wacht, dass wir uns nicht anschliessen. Hätte er uns nicht Sigüenza is...More
Huge building considering the size of the town and well worth a visit. Busy with school children when we were there so not exactly quiet! The bullet holes really made you reflect on the buildings fascinating past.