Explore the Cathedral of Granada, stroll through the Albayzin quarter, famous for its Moorish houses and narrow streets, and see some of the city's unique churches.We start at the Cathedral of Granada, that combines a Renaissance dome with a Gothic floor plan. The dome of the main chapel is decorated with beautiful stained glass, sculptures and paintings by Alonso Cano. The side chapels contain excellent altarpieces and paintings. There is an exhibition in the sacristy and the Cathedral Museum of the cathedral treasure which displays many antique items from the 16th Century.
After the Catheral, we visit the Royal Chapel, only a few steps away. In the Mausoleum you will see the remains of Queen Isabella I and King Ferdinand II, the Catholic Kings who sent Columbus to America. But you will also find Joanna I (Juana la loca) here and her husband Philip the Handsome plus their oldest grandson Miguel de Paz. The Royal chapel was constructed between 1505 and 1517 in Gothic style. On display are also several treasures belonging to the Spanish monarchy.
We now carry on to University the University of Granada with more than 480 years of history (making it one of the oldest universities in Spain) and number four in size in Spain.
Hereafter we will pass by the San Cecilio Church, El Sagrario, San Justo and the San Pastor Church, At the end of the tour we will walk up to the Albayzín Quarter, a magical quarter designed by the moors.
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