Cuarto Real De Santo DomingoCurrently Open [Closes at 02:30 pm]
- Address: Cuarto Real de Santo Domingo, 18009 Granada, Spain
- Timings: 09:30 am - 09:00 pm Details
- Phone: +34-958849111
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 00:30 Mins
- Tags: Garden, Family And Kids
Cuarto Real De Santo Domingo - Review
The Cuarto Real de Santo Domingo was originally owned by Arab Queens but was later bought by Catholic Kings. The lavish gardens and the entrance of the place that says ‘God is One’ in Arabic is part of the charm of the place and welcomes you to a peek into Granada’s history. The place consist of three balconies with a view and a central suspended arc but the ornaments and inscriptions seen around the house, are the highlights of the place.
Cuarto Real De Santo Domingo Ticket Prices
- The entrance to the Cuarto Real de Santo Domingo in Granada is by gratuity.
How To reach Cuarto Real De Santo Domingo by Public Transport
- By Bus: Paseo del Salon 3
- By Taxi
- On Foot
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Things to Know Before Visiting Cuarto Real De Santo Domingo
0.31% of people who visit Granada include Cuarto Real De Santo Domingo in their plan
95% of people start their Cuarto Real De Santo Domingo visit around 10 AM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Cuarto Real De Santo Domingo
50% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Cuarto Real De Santo Domingo
People normally also visit Calle Navas while planning their trip to Cuarto Real De Santo Domingo.
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Cuarto Real De Santo Domingo, Granada Reviews
Ok I suppose, the main building is very beautiful but the garden area still needs work done and the staff need to be more helpful.
To see Moorish architecture go to the Alhambra. Only worth a visit as part of Granada card
Nice gardens and architecture but no special exhibit so not much to see.
Interesting yet almost unknown and free-entrance monument of Granada. Built before the Alhambra, it was a training to what was done afterwards in Palacios Nazaries. In my opinion, a must see.
Nice place... but too little to look around