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We only had a few hours in Girona and not being a GOT follower (I know, we do exist) I had no idea about the cathedral until I googled things to do in Girona while having a bite to eat at the mall. Took off...More
Honestly getting to see the Sept of Baelor from Game of Thrones in person means I would give this 6 bubbles if possible.
The cathedral is pretty spectacular regardless - there's an in door terrace that is equally impressive as the outside. You'll need to...More
Obviously for any Game of Thrones fan the cathedral will be one of the top places to visit in Girona.
Really takes you back when you see just how big the cathedral is and the incredible detailing and sculptures on the front. Climb the 90...More
This cathedral has the widest nave in the world and is in a stunning position. The audio tour is good and inclusive. But for me that’s where it ends. The alters are 19th century and lack authenticity. The main alter is difficult to see and...More
Visited here on a holiday trip to Girona. Took the audio option which is well worth the money. The self guided tour is intuitive and can be taken at one's own pace. Lots of interesting facts and history. Incredible interior architecture in this well preserved...More
The sense of arrival when you follow a windy street and suddenly you are standing at the bottom of the stairs for this cathedral is amazing. Yes, you must see it, you must walk all the stairs and see the massive doors.
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Climbing the 90 steps up to the cathedral is well worth the trouble. The steps make for some excellent photo opportunities. The cathedral is quite magnificent with awe inspiring architecture. The audio guide is free (included in entry fee) but it is enlightening and informative....More