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and stayed for several hours. There is so much to see even for an atheist who abhors those who talk to imaginary friends and commit atrocities on their instructions. Spain was a place of contradictions and many possibilities. This Cathederal embodies many of these possibilities...More
If you like cathedrals and visited many in your life, you will be impressed with this one. It is impressive from start to finish. At some point you may even get tired from the never ending impressions of the chapels, windows, ceilings, all details.
Sadly we only saw this lovely Gothic Cathedral from the outside as we were part of a guided tour of Toledo with time constraints.
Judging from comments made by people who saw the interior we really missed out as the Cathedral's guided tour, unusual features...More
Probably the most beautiful cathedral interior I’ve ever visited, due not only to its sumptuous decorations but also its unconventional layout which gives it a unique expansiveness and atmosphere. The Baptistery contains a fabulous collection of religious art, including works by El Greco and Caravaggio....More
Since you have come all this way to see this, I highly recommend getting the audio tour. It is well worth all the info you will discover about the history of Spain and what makes this place so incredible.
Seen a lot of churches around the world. This one is cavernous, with an interesting mixture of gothic and Moorish elements, unusual placement of the choir and organs, and an enormous main altar area. Side rooms include art, even a couple of El Grecco's.
We had a timed entry pass to go up the tower. We entered the Cathedral about a half hour before our scheduled time, walked around the Cathedral for about 20 minutes and arrived at the base of the tower about 10 minutes... More
We had a timed entry pass to go up the tower. We entered the Cathedral about a half hour before our scheduled time, walked around the Cathedral for about 20 minutes and arrived at the base of the tower about 10 minutes before our scheduled time and only had to wait a few minutes. After coming down you can spend as much time seeing the rest of the Cathedral as you want.
I can not say for sure about this but I think 10 am and it varies about closing but 6.30 rings a bell. This place can be busy but it is interesting. The audio guide is fairly good, only had 2 moments of ??.