Barcelona Cathedral

From its Gothic cloister and Baroque chapels to its splendid, 19th-century façade, the Cathedral, dating from 1298, is an amalgam of architectural styles, each one paying homage to a period in Spain’s religious history. Records show that an early Christian baptistry was established here in the 6th century, later replaced by a Romanesque basilica in the 11th century, which gave way to the current Gothic Cathedral. This living monument still functions as the Barri Gòtic’s spiritual hub.

  • Plaça de la Seu

  • 93 315 15 54

  • Metro: Liceu, Jaume I

Cathedral

  • open 8am–7:30pm daily (8pm Sun); numerous services daily;

  • €5

  • free access: 8am–12:45pm (1:45pm Sun) & 5:15–7:30pm

Casa de L’Ardiaca

  • open Sep–Jul 9am–8:45pm Mon–Fri, 9am–1pm Sat; Aug 9am–7:30pm ...

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