The Royal Chapel of Granada houses the coffins of "D. Fernando de Aragón" and "Dña. Isabel de Castile", "Dña. Juana I" and "D. Felipe I" and of the prince "Miguel". After the conquest of Granada (1492), the Catholic Kings decided the construction of their own burial chapel next to the Cathedral of Granada, where the major Mosque had been located.
The design of the Royal Chapel started in 1504 by "Enrique Egas" (1505-1517) following the austere desires of the Catholic Queen.
If you just want to know Granada and its monuments (Royal Chapel Cathedral) and his environment, his visit is definitely "Granada Monumental". We have two modes of visit:
Ticket office: same schedule.
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In times of high season, weekends, etc., readers are referred to the ticket office in time in anticipation of queues. We recommend using a map or guidebook.