Situated right in the center of Granada having its entrance at Gran Vía de Colón, this temple is considered to be the first Renaissance church in Spain. The building was built by the Main Mosque and was begun in 1505, following the plans from the architect Enrique Egas, but they were soon changed to others in Renaissance style by Diego de Siloé.
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 time.
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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.