Catedral de Santa Maria de Teruel, Province of Teruel

Catedral de Santa Maria de Teruel is located in Province of Teruel. Plan to visit Catedral de Santa Maria de Teruel during your Teruel vacation using our convenient Teruel itinerary planner.
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  • The entrance staff told us that we could access the Cathedral before 18: 30 h. Our surprise was when at 18.20 h, the lady who control the entrance says, with very bad forms, that already cannot be accessed or sell tickets. We went to visit the Cathedral. No one told us that you had to buy the ticket previously, and while everything was happening this agreed a group to visit the Cathedral. In addition, it cannot be visited if not to make a guided tour so if you're with the fair times, forget that you give time. That Yes, the Cathedral on the outside, beautiful!
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  • A visit full of art, the mudejar ceiling is spectacular and beautiful, something we have as close and difficult to reach, highly recommended
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  • After paying the € 2 entry, both the roof, the altar and the apse had altars light turned off and only the encendian just as he passed the guide so we could not see anything. If this is so at least that the entrance is free. A disgrace have a beautiful building managed so badly.
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  • The tour makes all the difference. The curling is a real gem!
  • Stunning Cathedral ""
  • With the entry of 3 euro we had access to the Museum of sacred art and the Cathedral with guided tour. The Cathedral is not of the largest and most spectacular but is very well maintained. The guide that the visit made us very clear with some very good satirical touch.
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  • Teruel Cathedral visit together with the Diocesan Museum of sacred art, is a visit which is fine, although the part guided perhaps is a little slow, and the Museum has a collection remarkable, but logically very limited theme. The Cathedral has been restored, and in my opinion has lost a part of his essence, it seems rather more modern than it actually is.
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  • Monumento único en el mundo para no perdérselo

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