Historical Centre

The monumentality of the Catholic Monarchs' favourite city is felt in impressive monuments like the Cathedral, a symbol of Granada's Christianity and an excellent place to start a stroll through the heart of the city. The Royal Chapel, the Monarch's mausoleum, is nearby, and, a little further on, the Monastery of San Jerónimo, an outstanding jewel of the Renaissance.

The centre of Granada is a lively area with streets full of shops and many tapas bars. The main features are the Alcaicería, an old silk market, and plaza Bib-Rambla, where flower kiosks fill the air with fresh bright colours year round.

Basilica of San Juan de Dios
Construction of the church began at the behest of Brother Alonso de Jesús Ortega in 1737 and finalised in 1759. It was financed by the Hospitaller...
Botanical Garden
Originally, the site was the vegetable garden of the adjacent College of San Pablo de la Compañía de Jesús, before the entire complex came under the...
Icono Granadatur
The Cathedral of Granada is to be understood in the context of the project for an imperial city envisaged by Emperor Charles V. The Cathedral was...

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