Sevilla — The View from the Top of the Cathedral

The Sevilla Cathedral is the third largest church in Europe, so shouldn’t you drag your tired ass up 330 feet to see the glorious view? There are not even steps, it’s all ramps. This dates back to when it was a mosque, because donkeys needed to travel up to the top. You can call it your first handicap accessible attraction, or from what I saw,  stroller friendly.

When you travel up the 35 ramps, you’re greeted with sweeping views of the city. I had this talk today at the Travel Savvy offices. Give me a view of a city over the ocean. I just dig concrete and human ingenuity over nature. Cities you can stare about and wonder what’s going on out there.

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