Cathedral of Granada

Highlights of this tour

  • Inside visits:
  • Royal Chapel
  • Cathedral

Accessibility Information

  • Private walking/rolling tour
  • Cathedral of Granada is fully accessible, entry by means of a ramp
  • The Royal Chapel has been made wheelchair accessible by means of a lift and ramps. Some of the areas have limited maneuver space. Accessible entry though the Cathedral.
  • Stepfree tour

What is included?

  • Private tour
  • Tour duration: 3 hours
  • Designated meeting point in the city.
  • Officially licensed English-speaking guide
  • Timed entry tickets

What is not included?

  • Tips
  • Food and drinks
  • A roundtrip private adapted transport from/to your accommodation can be arranged at an additional cost
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About this wheelchair accessible historical city center Granada tour

Visit the two main Highlights of Granada during this historical city center tour. This tour includes inside visits of the Cathedral and the Royal Chapel, with your private licensed guide.

You meet your guide at a preset location in the city center. Alternatively your guide can meet you directly at your city center accommodation, with private adapted transport at an additional cost.

Cathedral of Granada

The Cathedral of Granada is a harmonious blend of Gothic and Spanish Renaissance styles. Upon entering, you are welcomed by the vaulted ceilings and towering pillars creating a sense of divine magnificence. The Cathedral is home to an array of artistic masterpieces that span centuries. The retablo, a carved and gilded altar screen, is a masterpiece of Spanish Renaissance art. The Cathedral also features works by renowned artists such as Alonso Cano and Diego de Siloé.

Additionally, the Cathedral possesses a collection of religious relics and artifacts, including items associated with the Catholic Monarchs and other important religious figures. Pilgrims and visitors are drawn to the sacred atmosphere created by these relics.

The Cathedral is fully accessible, entry by means of a ramp

Royal Chapel

Housed within the Cathedral is the Royal Chapel (“Capilla Real”). The Royal Chapel stands as a testament to the city’s regal history and is a must-see when visiting Granada. This monumental structure is a captivating blend of Gothic and Renaissance styles, offering visitors a profound glimpse into the lives of the Catholic Monarchs, Ferdinand II of Aragon and Isabella I of Castile.

The Alterpiece and the Sacristy

Completed in the early 16th century, the chapel houses the final resting place of Ferdinand and Isabella. The monarchs who commissioned Christopher Columbus’s historic journey to the Americas. The tombs are both masterpieces, and serve as poignant reminders of the pivotal role these monarchs played in shaping world history. The Chapel’s altarpiece is a stunning work of gilded wood. Another highlight of the Royal Chapel is the Sacristy, a space adorned with an impressive collection of religious artifacts.

A visit to the Royal Chapel is an immersive journey into the pages of history, where art, architecture, and the legacies of influential monarchs converge.

The Royal Chapel has been made wheelchair accessible by means of a lift and ramps. Some of the areas have limited maneuver space. The main entrance has steps to enter, however the Chapel can be accessed by means of the entrances through the Cathedral.

At the end of the tour, your guide will take you back to your accommodation. Or you can chose to remain in the city to further self-explore.

Adapted vehicle Granada

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