Tour of the Cathedral and of the Royal ChapelGranada keeps two historical treasures of great architectural and cultural value in the Centre of the city: the Cathedral and the Royal Chapel.
In this guided tour of the interior of both monuments you will travel to a period of profound social, economic and cultural change.
Two worlds and two very different architectural styles. On the one hand, the Gothic style of the Chapel Royal, and on the other hand, the imposing Majesty of the Renaissance Cathedral.
A visit exclusively in very small groups to be able to understand well the key period in the history of Spain, a turning point in the history of this city.
The 16th century Reinassance cathedral, built next to the former great mosque, is full of symbology with the intention of demonstrate the power of the new Christianity. This is seen both in its location and the wonderful details of its artistic elements.
The light, the clarity and its dimensions, give an idea of the importance of the city in that historical time.
Next to the Cathedral is the Royal Chapel, small, but equally impressive, where lie the remains of the Catholic Kings, Isabel de Castilla and Fernando de Aragon, along with its successors Juana "the mad" and Felipe I "the beautiful".
The white marble of Carrara in the mausoleums, the collection of Flemish painting of Isabella on the walls, and the exceptional work of forging transmit to visitors the a great solemnity.
Plaza Bib-Rambla, Plaza Pasiegas, Interior de la Catedral, Calle Oficios, interior de la Capilla Real
PricesPrice: 42 euros
8 - 14 years: 12 euros
0 - 7 years: free
Tickets to the monuments are included
Duration2 hours aprox.
Route HoursMarch to October: daily at 17:00 hours. November to February: Tuesday to Saturday at 16:30 hours.
Meeting PointThe meeting point is at the Customer Center-Shop in Calle San Jeronimo 10. This street is not far from the Cathedral of Granada.
Kiosc opening hours:
From 10:00 to 20:00, monday to sunday, open all year.
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