Royal Chapel Of GranadaCurrently Closed
- Address: CalleOficios, S/N, 18001 Granada, Spain, 18001
- Timings: 10:15 am - 07:30 pm Details
- Phone: +34-958227848
- Ticket Price: 4 EUR
- Tags: Church, Religious Site, Architecture , Landmarks, Historic And Protected Sites
The Royal Chapel of Granada was built on the orders of the rulers of Spain who wished to be buried here. Ferdinand and Isabel, perhaps the most famous of Spanish monarchs, rest here. Built in Isabelline style (a version of Gothic), the chapel is an intriguing mix of opulence and simplicity. Artwork by several masters (Botticelli, Memling, Bouts) adorns the walls. Great in style and architecture, the chapel is one of Granada’s main draws, especially for views of the mausoleum and the royal jewellery.
- Wear conservative clothing.
- No tourists during service or mass.
- Take the guided tour.
- No photography is allowed.
- Given are general entrance prices.
- General entrance: 3.5 Euros
- Disabled and Children under 10: Free
- Over 65 years: 2.5 Euros
- Holidays: 11 am – 1:30 pm | 3:30 pm - 7:30 pm
- Bus Stop Gran Via 1
- Buses C1, SN1 and SN4 at Catedral bus station.
- Rent a car/taxi.
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69.87% of people who visit Granada include Royal Chapel Of Granada in their plan
4 PM - 5 PM
59.65% of people start their Royal Chapel Of Granada visit around 4 PM - 5 PM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Royal Chapel Of Granada
51.16% of people prefer walking in order to reach Royal Chapel Of Granada
EDIT: Had to edit this post after visiting the inside. It's incredible, if you listen to the audio guide and read the pamphlet, you will really appreciate the details that went into this beautiful Chapel. Highly recommend for all history or art buffs. ORIGINAL POST: Beautiful, historically significant, and in a charming plaza.
You MUST go, she has been one of the greatest woman in the human history. Is absolutely a wanderful source of inspiration
Small chapel next to the cathedral, free entrance and audio tour with the granada card. Audio was way too long though, skipped the last part mostly because it didn't grasp the essence of the information that's interesting to the general public!
Beautiful and well preserved building. It holds a small but important collection of Northern European paintings and some Italian Renaissance paintings including a Botticelli. Worth a visit.
Everything is nice here except there are some suspictious people hanging around at the yard of the entrance.