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Accessibility

The Cabildo of the Cathedral has as a priority objective to provide its visitors with as many accessibility resources, support services and useful information as possible, in order to facilitate access and the appropriate transmission of its sacred heritage.

Free admission

Free admission to the cultural visit for disabled persons with a degree of disability over 65%.

Adapted toilets

Toilets located in the "Permanent Exhibition" area and in the "Patio de los Naranjos".

Wheelchairs

Complimentary wheelchair service is provided for individuals with reduced mobility.

Braille brochures

Brochures in Braille language for the visually impaired.

Sign-guide service

A free sign-guide service is offered for the deaf and hearing impaired.

Baby changing tables

Located in the "Permanent Exhibition" area and in the Patio de los Naranjos.

A Cathedral without Barriers

The Cabildo has a longstanding commitment to disability and accessible tourism. Numerous initiatives have been undertaken to make the Cathedral accessible to diverse groups of disabled individuals, including free admission for cultural visits, employing staff with intellectual disabilities, organizing special open days, and providing brochures in Braille and adapted formats for people with intellectual disabilities, along with guide signs.

IV ANDALUSIAN AWARD FOR BEST PRACTICES IN THE CARE OF PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES

ACCESSIBLE CITY

In recognition of the ongoing efforts of the Chapter to eliminate architectural barriers, on December 1, 2009, the Chapter of the Cathedral of Seville was honored with the IV Andalusian Award for Best Practices in the Care of Persons with Disabilities in the Accessible City category. This award was bestowed for the project “A Cathedral for All, A Cathedral without Barriers,” which has been developed continuously since 1993.

This award acknowledged the high-quality work carried out by the Cabildo Metropolitano in removing barriers that hinder the normal activities of individuals with reduced mobility.

Continuing in this commitment to be a Cathedral FOR ALL, we persist in our efforts with dedication and enthusiasm.

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