We begin in the vestibule, passing through the Puerta de las Virtudes (Door of Virtues), we proceed to the main staircase to view the coffered ceiling; next, we climb the stairs to the assembly room. Finally, we visit the east cloister , to see the functional area and part of the facade of the Public Church.
The history of the seminary and its origins will be explained throughout the tour.
At the same time, visitors will see the most important architectural and artistic treasures, including the Puerta de las Virtudes, the arcades, plinths and sculptures in the vestibule, the coffered ceiling and the stained glass windows and canvases overlooking the staircase, the balconies and the stained glass windows in the assembly room.
Visitors can also enjoy the gardens, the exterior of the building and the access roads, remaining limited the access to the area where restored buildings take place.
The western part of the building is still in rehabilitation process, that is why some of the unique places such as the cloister or church cannot be visited in this moment.
The tour lasts approximately 30 minutes.
October-May (both inclusive):
June-September (both inclusive):
From 16 until 30 of september (both inclusive):
Holy Week and long weekends