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Almería: Cathedral and Convent of the Pure Entry Ticket

1. Almería: Cathedral and Convent of the Pure Entry Ticket

The first thing you will visit will be the Monasterio de las Puras, an architectural jewel hidden among the alleys of the city of Almería from the 17th century, a convent with more than 500 years. You will visit its Mudejar-style cloister, a small chapel, as well as its old dining room, a cell and more rooms. The next thing you will visit will be the Cathedral of Almería, a fortified construction also from the 16th century where you will be able to see the sacristy, its chapels and the museums. The audio guides are free with the entrance (subject to availability)

Almería: Cathedral Entry Ticket

2. Almería: Cathedral Entry Ticket

Explore Almería's Cathedral of the Incarnation with this entry ticket. Travel back through time to the 16th century, when the cathedral was first built. In the cathedral's museum, discover the purpose of the building's unique architecture and view historical artifacts. Begin your tour at the entrance to the cathedral, past the towering columns of the main facade and the door of Los Perdones. If available, pick up an audio guide and proceed to wander through the main chapel. Admire the vivid colors, the cathedral choir, and intricate, domed ceilings. Continue your tour through the side chapels and take a turn through the cloister as you learn about the fortifications of this place of worship. Built in coastal Almería, the cathedral was conceived as a refuge and as a military defense against attacks. Finally, visit the cathedral's museum to view ancient artifacts and learn more about the important role of the cathedral in Almería from the 16th century onwards.

Almeria: Convent of the Pure Skip-the-Line Entry Ticket

3. Almeria: Convent of the Pure Skip-the-Line Entry Ticket

A time capsule unfolds before the visitor's gaze at the beginning of the tour in this central courtyard. The monastery was founded in the sixteenth century, being the only female monastery of the diocese of Almeria until the mid-eighteenth century. Beatriz de Silva, Teresa Enríquez, and Queen Isabella the Catholic were the three women who managed thanks to their enormous effort to make this place a reality.

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