Mallorca Palma Cathedral Tickets

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Skip the line - Do not wait in line at the entrance

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Experience Highlights

Get these tickets for the Cathedral of Mallorca that will give you direct access, you won't have to wait in line. Next to the naves of the cathedral, you can also enter the Museum of Sacred Art of Mallorca , which is located inside the cathedral. You will discover the Gothic architecture of the 14th century, along with 20th century renovations by Gaudí, which houses the tombs of kings Jaume I and Jaume III.

  • Get these early-bird tickets to Mallorca Cathedral
  • They'll give you direct access so you won't have to wait in line.
  • See in detail its 14th century architecture , the tombs of great kings and even the Museum of Sacred Art of Mallorca.

What’s included

  • Tickets for Mallorca Cathedral
  • Queue-free access guaranteed
  • Access to the Museum of Sacred Art of Mallorca
  • Terrace visit not included

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Step by Step

Don't waste time with these direct access tickets to Mallorca Cathedral . This means that when you arrive you simply show your ticket and don't have to wait in line.

In addition to fast-track access, this ticket also includes access to the Museum of Sacred Art of Mallorca located inside the cathedral. Another of the highlights of your visit will be the tombs of great Spanish royalty, specifically the tombs of Kings James I and James III.

Inside the cathedral you will find a Gothic architectural style, as it wasbuilt in the 14th century by the Crown of Aragon. Later, in the 20th century, Gaudí carried out renovations that you will be able to see carefully.

As well as the architecture, you can also see all kinds of decorations with geometric and plant motifs in the Mirador door, as well as works by the artist Miquel Barceló in the Chapel of the Holy Sacrament.

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