Tarragona Cathedral

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The cathedral is emblematic of the Romanesque-Gothic transition, but also boasts side chapels that are Plataresque and Baroque. It is precisely this diversity that catches the eye, as do the amazing proportions of the unfinished façade. Inside lies a museum of holy art: Baroque and Plataresque altarpieces, frescoes in the chapels, enormous tapestries hung from the vault - all of which lit by the muted light of the stained-glass and rose windows.

Useful information

Adresse : 

Pl. de la Seu

Phone:

+34 977 22 69 35

Price:

5 € (-16 years old 3 €)

Opening hours

mid Jun-mid Sep: 10am-8pm; mid Mar-mid Jun and mid Sep-early Nov: 10am-7pm; rest of year: 10am-5pm, Sat 10am-7pm - closed Sun, religious hols

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