Royal Chapel of Granada
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Royal Chapel of Granada

Book guided tours and discover this magnificent chappel inside the cathedral

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Discover some of the best landmarks of Granada city center. After meeting a few meters of the cathedral, in Plaza Bib-Rambla, you'll discove...

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A guided visit around the interiors of the Royal Chapel and Cathedral as you’ve never seen them before. You’ll be guided around the most imp...

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The inside story

The Royal Chapel (Capilla Real) is located inside the Cathedral of Santa María de la Encarnación. The Catholic Monarchs decided to build the Royal Chapel for their own tombs. They chose to be buried in Granada because they were witnesses of its conquest which was the crowning achievement of their reign. It was started in 1505 following a design by Enrique Egas and was completed in 1521. The northern facade was done by Garcia Pradas, and provides access to the interior; a plan in the shape of a Latin cross with four side chapels.

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How to get there

Royal Chapel of Granada Calle Oficios, s/n, 18001 Granada, Spain Granada
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