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Granada: 3-Hour Walking Tour Of The Cathedral, Royal Chapel And Old Town

Your expert guide will reveal the wonders of the lesser-known monuments in Granada, which are a huge surprise for those who are discovering them. Duration: 3 Hours (approx.)
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The Cathedral and the Royal Chapel are the second most visited monument in the city of Granada, symbols of the splendor occurred after the Christian conquest.

The first stop will be the Cathedral, built over the main mosque, culminating work of the Spanish Renaissance.

We will continue visiting the Royal Chapel, where the mausoleums of the Catholic Monarchs, Isabella and Ferdinand, alongside their daughter Joanna I and his son-in-law Philip the Handsome are situated, made in Carrara marble.

Eventually, discover the historic center with La Madraza, first Islamic university of Granada of the fourteenth century.

- What To Expect

- Enter the Encarnación Cathedral
- View the Royal Chapel
- Witness the Arabic Baths
- Tour the first university of Granada

- What Is Included

- Professional guide
- Walking tour
- Tickets included: Cathedral, Royal Chapel and Madraza

- Know Before You Go

- Please note that this tour could be bilingual

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Price per person: 31.00 

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- Duration: 3 hours
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