Built between 1525-1577 during the reign of Carlos V, Segovia Cathedral is a Gothic-style Roman Catholic cathedral located in the main square of Segovia. The church, which is located at the highest point in town, was designed by Juan Gil de Hontanon and dedicated to the Virgin Mary before being consecrated in 1768. The building's structure features three tall vaults, beautiful stained glass windows, and a bell tower that reaches almost 90 meters. The original spire, which suffered severe fire damage, was actually the tallest tower in Spain at one point. This venue not only provides gorgeous views, but provides your choirs with a unique opportunity to perform in a historic cathedral.