We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly. We support the following browsers:
Although a city with a long history there is not really much to see in Oviedo although it is a nice city with the usual Spanish nightlife. The cathedral is however well worth a visit. The audio guide in English is clear and walks you...More
I tried to visit twice on a Saturday afternoon today, at 2pm and 5pm. Surely the cathedral in this city could be kept open through the day? I know that Spanish churches are pretty much museums these days, but very occasionally people do want to...More
We were in Oviedo on a Monday and lots of attractions were closed (check)but fortunately not the Cathedral. I am not religious but love the architecture and history and this cathedral delights. You enter as if entering any cathedral, looking at the vaulted ceilings, stained...More
It is well worth a visit to the cathedral if you are in Oviedo. We were so lucky to visit in Holy Week as that it is the only time that the holy chamber(camara Santa) is open to the public. We saw the holy shroud...More
You get a free audiotour and you van do a short tour (45 min approx) or a longer tour (2 hours). Please note in March it closes at 1745 for visits! It opens at 10. If you want to attend Mass: 915 am. Enjoy!
Me and my Grandfather came to the Catedral as although we are not especially religious, we knew that Spain was known for beautiful architecture such as Cathedrals. In this respect, the cathedral did not disappoint.
It was very tall and had beautiful elements inside, from...More