La catedral de la Santa Creu y Santa Eulàlia, known as the Barcelona Cathedral, is a clear representation of Catalan Gothic architecture. It was built during the XIII and XV centuries in the same place where there was a Romanic cathedral before and, even earlier, a Paleochristian cathedral. The cathedral’s facade is Neo-Gothic style and it was made by the architect Josep Oriol Mestres in the XIX century.
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From the Cathedral terraces you can enjoy a fantastic view of the Barcelona landscape.
8am-12:45pm and 5:45pm- 7:30pm: Free entrance
1pm-5:30pm: Entrance with donation
Saturdays and holiday eves:
8am-12:45pm and 5:15pm-8pm: Free entrance
1pm-5pm: Entrance with donation
Sundays and holidays:
8am-1:45pm and 5:15pm-8pm: Free entrance
2pm-5pm: Entrance with donation
Free admission: Allows visitors to visit the temple and the cloister.
Visit the chorus: 3 €
Visit the terraces: 3.00 €
Single: 7€ per person
Groups: 5€ per person
*We share the link to the official Cathedral website, where you will find the schedules and their different rates updated.