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975 360 254

Puede contactar con nosotros por correo electrónico escribiendo a turismo@xxcatedralburgodeosma.com

Visiting hours

Winter

Morning Afternoon
Monday Closed
From Tuesday to Friday, and Sunday 10:30 to 13:00 16:00 to 18:00
Saturday 10:30 to 13:30 16:00 to 19:00

Summer (July, August, September)

Morning Afternoon
Lunes (excepto agosto) Closed
De martes a domingo 10:30 to 13:30 16:00 to 19:30

IMPORTANTE
Estos horarios estarán supeditados a las ceremonias religiosas y pueden variar en función del desarrollo de las mismas.
Durante las celebraciones religiosas no hay visitas guiadas ni se puede visitar la Catedral. Permanecerán abiertos el claustro y los museos para la visita turística.

Types of visits and rates

Standard visit 2,50€/person
Guided visit for 25 people groups or more 3,50€/person
Guided visit for less than 25 people groups 4,50€/person

Regulations

As a catholic temple, its first mission is to be a worship site and a place for Christian celebrations, to be visited for its artistic qualities, as long as we bear in mind the following:

  • When speaking, please keep your voice volume down because there may be people praying.
  • Wear appropriate attire inside the temple.
  • No drinking or eating inside the temple.
  • No walking around the naves during services or celebrations.

If you are visiting the temple only for cultural reasons, please bear in mind the aforementioned information, plus remember that inside:

  • No photographs or recordings without permission from the Canonry.
  • Please follow the instructions of the catedral guides at all times. You cannot see or visit everything, only the most important parts.
  • The guide service within the Cathedral is capable of teaching and showing what the temple shelters, with regard to spiritual, historic and artistic spirit.
  • There is a handicap access area. Consult the guides for further details.

If you have paid an entrance fee, which helps conserve and rehabilitate this temple, or if you collaborate in the conservation, spreading, and care of what is sheltered here, we are deeply grateful.