San Isidro Cathedral Tours

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Presiding over the historic town of San Isidro in the northeastern region of Buenos Aires Province, the San Isidro Labrador Cathedral is the crown jewel of suburban Buenos Aires and a popular pilgrimage site for those taking the famous Train of the Coast railway along the coast of the Rio de la Plata.

Stood on the site of an early 18th century chapel, the cathedral was built in 1895 by French architects Dunant and Paquin, in an elaborate presentation of neo-gothic style and is named for the patron saint of Madrid. The architectural masterpiece features three naves, decorated with a series of exquisite French stained glass windows and images of San Isidro Labrador. Highlights include the 69-meter tall clock tower, an 18th century statue of Santa Maria de la Cabeza and, most notably, a part of the incorrupt body of Saint Isidro, gifted to the church by Spanish King Alfonso XII.

The cathedral’s central location, set on the eponymous Plaza de San Isidro just across from the train station, makes it a key navigational landmark for visitors and the centerpiece of the annual San Isidro Festival, held each year on May 15th.
Address: Av. del Libertador 16200, San Isidro, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Hours: Open from 8am - 8pm. Mass: Mon-Fri: 8am - 10am - 7pm; Sat: 10am and 7pm; Sundays 10am - 12:30pm - 7pm and 8:30pm.
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