Originally a mosque built by the Almohads, the awe-inspiring Seville Cathedral is nowadays considered one of the largest churches in Christendom and the largest Gothic Cathedral in the world.
As you explore the 124.000-square-feet (11.520 square meters) church you’ll come across numerous artworks and symbols that bear testimony to the cathedral’s turbulent past. Masterpieces of eminent painters such as Bartolomé Esteban Murillo and Francisco Goya, the tomb of Christopher Columbus and the 15th-century altarpiece are some of the main attractions of Seville Cathedral.
The most popular part of the cathedral though is La Giralda, the 341-feet-high (104-meters) cathedral tower. Offering a captivating view of Seville, La Giralda is the perfect place to finish off your tour.