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New Cathedral (Catedral Nueva)

Plaza Juan XXIII 4, 37008 Salamanca, Spain
+34 923 21 74 76
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Plaza Juan XXIII 4, 37008 Salamanca, Spain
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Reviewed 5 days ago

Absolutely lovely cathedral. The two joined together - the new from the age of Ferdinand and Isabella. Architecture and carvings were amazing. Go to a service for real atmosphere.

Thank minimayfair77
Reviewed 1 week ago

Worth a visit, impressive interior and exterior, including "alien conspiracy" astronaut. Also worth climbing the stairs to the roof and bell tower for the views.

Thank cjimcanning
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

A must do for those that love art. Fee is charged but what you get to see is stunning. Religion is very apparant in the architecture but not in the every day life of the cathedral as we visit. That is a pity. Vibrant location...More

Thank DSantwerpen
Reviewed 1 week ago

Entry is E 4.50, which I find acceptable. You can get audio guides in many different languages, which I recommend as it costs nothing extra. There are over 30 stations with explanations. I did not listen to all of them, as the list of artisans...More

Thank KlausVolpert
Reviewed 1 week ago

For a couple of euros, you can climb the circular stairs to the bell tower and outside platforms for magnificent views of the city and see the details of the cathedral's towers up close. You can also access an inside platform in the New Cathedral...More

Thank joyful1LasVegas
Reviewed 1 week ago

Only one thing to do when in Salamanca?, then the new and old conjoinded cathedrals are a must!!! the small admission fee is well worth it and comes with a multi lingual audio guide. It is impossible to do them any kind of justice to...More

Thank brian t
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Dazzling golden ochre facade with soaring interiors. Self guided English audio tour allow the visitor to go at his own pace. Lots to see here and the New Cathedral is connected to The Old Cathedral. One admission gets you into both.

Thank antiques223
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We saw both the Old Cathedral and the New Cathedral which are covered by the same entrance ticket. It was a memorable experience.

Thank RBHPotsdamNY
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

A lovely Cathedral. Well worth a visit. You will receive a handset talking guide. Which will explain everything about the cathedral to you. I have visited many Cathedral's over the years. This is a good one. How did they manage to build them.?

Thank Treval2013
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

When visiting the two cathedrals you first enter the new one which shares an interior wall with the old cathedral. The newer one is really quite stunning and was a different improvement over the smaller older one.

Thank seafare74
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