Almudena Cathedral (Santa María la Real de La Almudena) is a Catholic church in Madrid, Spain. It is the seat of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Madrid. The cathedral was consecrated by Pope John Paul II in 1993.
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4 months ago
It is one of the landmarks of Madrid and a must-see if only for its amazing architecture. The whole atmosphere is quite breathtaking and will leave a lot of people satisfied as it is conveniently located next to the Royal Palace and you can combine the visit.
It was amazing! I went in at opening time and enjoyed the whole time there. A lot of history. Very interesting and not crowded at all (at that time)
5 months ago
A serene and beautifully build cathedral. It's a great historical landmark very close to several other worthwhile landmarks in Madrid. I really enjoyed the peacefulness or the cathedral, especially after a long week of traveling. Make sure you check the service schedule so you don't try to tour during mass.
3 months ago
Big cathedral church. Santa Maria.
Good to visit. Also there is a small chapel inside only for prayer. Clam...
6 months ago
Beautiful cathedral that is right next to the palace. Quite a few people inside of the church when we visited. I loved the stained glass windows and the art inside. Plenty of pews for people to sit and pray. A quiet and respectful place with prayers daily. The exterior is nice as well.