At 4 euros to see the Royal Chapel (no photos allowed, and not very impressive at that--Charles V was correct, that this place was much too modest for the tombs of Ferdinand and Isabella), and then 4 euros and I think 7 more for the audioguide, it's not cheap. But, as one guide put it, "The Spanish church is poor." Photos are allowed inside the Cathedral, and the "altarpieces" scattered along the side walls along make the visit worthwhile. Despite the added cost, the audioguide added a lot to an appreciation of the building.
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