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The cathedral is nice and worth the visit. But the real treat is to climb up the tower stairs and enjoy a nice view. Try to go late in the afternoon so to glimpse at the sunset, a very nice setting indeed.
Unlike other cathedrals, where one enters and takes pictures, this one have a museum (the "cripta") and also an elevator (instead of stairs) that takes you to the top of one of the towers ("Jesus") and have a nice view of the city from the...More
It’s as impressive as any of the big cathedrals in Europe La Plata is one hour train ride from Buenos Aires from Constitution Station (an outstanding english old train station) You will enjoy combining it with Natural Sciencies museum and the Le Corbusier House. You...More
I’m not a big church visitor but I couldn’t help but be impressed by this lovely calm cathedral in the middle of bustling La Plata. It’s as impressive as any of the big cathedrals in Europe without the massive crowds. Worth the 1 hour train...More
The cathedral and its history is quite interesting, but don't pay the entrance fee to the museum or the elevator ride. The museum itself might be interesting, but for some reason they added exhibitions with modern art which kind of destroys the whole experience. As...More
La Plata's massive cathedral is an imposing sight, and we were lucky enough to see it on a beautiful, sunny spring day. Having a look inside is a good experience in itself, as you can really appreciate its dimensions. But the absolute highlight is the...More