Royal Chapel Of Granada, Granada

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About Royal Chapel Of Granada, Granada

Royal Chapel Of Granada, Granada - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: CalleOficios, S/N, 18001 Granada, Spain

Phone: +34-958227848

Ticket Price: 4 EUR

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Timings: 10:15 am - 07:30 pm Details

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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.

Royal Chapel Of Granada Information

  • Wear conservative clothing.
  • No tourists during service or mass.
  • Take the guided tour.
  • No photography is allowed.

Royal Chapel Of Granada Ticket Prices

  • Given are general entrance prices.
  • General entrance: 3.5 Euros
  • Disabled and Children under 10: Free
  • Over 65 years: 2.5 Euros

Royal Chapel Of Granada Opening and Closing Hours

  • Holidays: 11 am – 1:30 pm | 3:30 pm - 7:30 pm

How To reach Royal Chapel Of Granada by Public Transport

  • Bus Stop Gran Via 1
  • Buses C1, SN1 and SN4 at Catedral bus station.
  • Rent a car/taxi.

Restaurants Near Royal Chapel Of Granada

  • Sevilla
  • Cunini
  • Oliver

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  • Maybe I am a history nerd but being almost within reach of the tombs of the Catholic Monarchs, Isabella and Ferdinand, was one of the most powerfully moving experiences of my trip to Spain. Not always on the favored side of public opinion, their reconquest of Spain for the Christians and Isabella's commissioning of Christopher Columbus' voyage of discovery made lasting decisions that impact everyone in the Western Hemisphere. Peering into the crypt I was really struck that the things we do in life and the decisions we make can make a world of difference. There are a lot of amazing experiences to be had in Granada: think twice before skipping the Royal Chapel.

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  • Worth seeing, but if you have limited time I would give preference to the neighboring cathedral. Photographing not allowed, probably because it is a burial place.

  • Worth it to see the tomb of Isabel and Ferdinand and the absolutely beautiful art work as well as her crown. Please note this is separate from the catedral and it has a separate entrace on the other side.

  • Interesting place for history buffs. It was a shame that photos were not allowed. Beautiful ceiling and gate. Great collection of Flemish paintings! Entry is a bit pricey for a such a quick visit, though.

  • It hasn't changed and with so many Spanish places becoming too touristy it's important Spain retains its heritage, preserving it's past to show its people the significance of Spain.

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