Cartuja De Miraflores, Burgos
About Cartuja De Miraflores, Burgos
Cartuja De Miraflores, Burgos - Address, Phone Number
Address: CarreteraFuentesblancas, Km 3.5, 09193 Burgos, Spain
Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:15 am - 06:00 pm Details
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Landmark, Historical Site, Monument, Architecture , Exhibition
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Spain has quite a few gothic attractions and the Cartuja de Miraflores at Burgos is one of the most important gothic monuments of Spain. The buildings were original built as a palace for Henry III of Castile in 1401, but his son John II of Castile gave orders to make it a royal burial place. Finally, in 1441 the abbey was formed which then went through many renovations.
The following are why the place is special:
- From Divine to Beautiful Exhibition: This is a beautiful exhibition that displays art works from the 15th century.
- Chapel of Our Lady of Miraflores: The chapel allows you glimpses of Baroque frescoes which are beautiful to look at.
- Elevation of the Cross: This is a modern art piece done by Joaquin Sorolla.
Apart from these, the Chapel of Blessed Sacrament is one of the most important landmarks of this spot. It has a large number of things that are charming to look at.
Cartuja De Miraflores Information
- If you are unable to find a suitable time during open hours and have a large group, connect with the body and they shall arrange something for you.
How To reach Cartuja De Miraflores by Public Transport
- Bus line 17
Restaurants Near Cartuja De Miraflores
- La Tabernadel Abuelo Luis
- Los Canonigos
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Great little convent a couple of miles outside of Burgos. The building is lovely, it has some nice art, a wonderful altarpiece and lavishly decorated tombs of the king and queen who were the parents of Queen Isabella. Well worth the visit.
Beautiful monastery , definitely worth visiting, checking out, and paying to go in (in donations) - Got to learn a lot about the history of the area, spain and the monastery it self
Absolutely stunning a well worth a visit if you're in the Burgos area. Highly recommended!
Stunning monastery - no entrance fee (donations encouraged) - well worth a visit.
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