Begun in the late 17C in the Plateresque style, the cathedral is renowned for its splendid Baroque facade, one of the most richly carved in Peru. Flanked by two unfinished towers, it contains a rococo-style main altar carved out of wood. Next-door to the cathedral, the Sagrario chapel (1685) boasts two handsome carved wooden altarpieces.
Address:Plaza de Armas Cajamarca
Price:free of charge
Mon 4pm-6pm, Tue-Fri 8am-11am, 4pm-6pm, Sat 9am-11am, Sun during masses-7.30am, 11am and 6pm