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The Chapel of the Catholic Kings was conceived as a burial site intimately linked to the Cathedral, but without merging with its architecture. It is built with a single nave, an octagonal presbytery preceded by bleachers, a transept with little...more
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This is a small museum but because of the history, the tombs of Isabelle and Ferdinand.. who sent Columbus on his quest, I found it very interesting. The handset tour that comes with the entrance fee was good although a bit over detailed in places.
A visit to the Royal Chapel is a really memorable experience. Your small fee includes a headset explaining the history surrounding the union of Isabella and Ferdinand and their decision to drive the Moors from Granada once and for all. You will see the glorious...More
This chapel built between 1505 to 1517 is the burial place of Queen Isabella I and King Ferdinand. Ferdinand II (1452 –1516), called the Catholic , King of Aragon from 1479 until his death. In 1469, he married Infanta Isabella, the future queen of Castile,...More
The ticket was for 5€ and you get an audio guide which was very informative about the history of building the cathedral and the art work in there. A lot of details. Recommended if you enjoy the art and architecture.
Wow! What a truly amazing building. The cathedral is huge and breathtaking to see, well worth the $5 admission fee. I’ve never seen anything quite so beautiful in my life and highly recommend a visit if you’re in Granada.