With an official guide, you will get to learn each and every detail that makes Granada such a unique city. The visit lasts two and a half hours and focuses on the most important figures of the history of Spain, the Catholic Monarchs. You will visit the place where they are buried, together with Juana la Loca and Felipe el Hermoso. The Royal Chapel houses a collection of flamenco paintings that belonged to Queen Isabel La Católica that cannot be missed!
After the reconquest and as a show of power, the Cathedral of Granada was built and is now the second most visited monument in the city. The cathedral was built on the ruins of an old mosque, it is the first Renaissance cathedral of Spain and houses 200 years of history.