Seville Cathedral also known as Santa Maria de la Sade is the largest Gothic cathedral in the world. It’s size is impressive and the craftsmanship is outstanding. The site covers
over 11,500 square metres and was built on the 12 century Aljama Mosque. There are still some remains of the original mosque within the grounds. The Puerta del Perdon which is a huge entrance, the Patio de Naranjas which is a garden to the side of
the cathedral through the Puerta del Person gate and the Giralda tower which is over 100 metres tall. In 1987 the whole site was registered as a world heritage site.
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By Car Travelling by car is the best way. It takes around
2 hours from the Costa del Sol. Best place to park is Avineda de Kansas city, Seville next to the Santa Justa train station. You then have the option of train, bus or taxi into the city. It is paid
parking but it saves driving into the city centre.
By Bus Buses leave Malaga, Avineda principal 8 times a day
and takes around 3 hours
By Train Trains leave Malaga Maria Zambrano 11 times a day
and takes 2:50 just under 3 hours.
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