Catedral de Santa María de la Sede (Cathedral of St. Mary of the See) is the Cathedral of Seville. it was completed in the early 16th Century and is arguably considered the largest cathedral in the world. Oral tradition has it that the builders said "Let us build a church so beautiful and so grand that those who see it finished will take us for mad". We walk through the Cathedral enjoying it's architecture and alters. We also take note of Christopher Columbus' tomb. There is much to see.
In the evening we use Puente de Triana to cross the wide canal which runs into the Guadalquivir river. We find Mercado de Tirana, where we will have a cooking class tomorrow. Then we stop at one of the many cafe's for a beverage followed by a slice of pizza as we walk along Calle San Jacinto. We take a few minutes to look at Inglesia San Jacinto which is lit up for the evening.
When we get back to our apartment I check the walking app on my Samsung phone - we have a little over 16,700 steps for the day.