Embark on a captivating walking tour of the Royal Chapel in Granada, a historical gem that houses the tombs of the Catholic Monarchs. Explore this architectural masterpiece and delve into centuries of history and artistry.

Embark on a Journey through History at the Royal Chapel

Join us as we gather at Bib Rambla Square to commence a brief walking tour leading to the Royal Chapel.

Step inside this architectural marvel to behold its opulently adorned interior, where lofty vaulted ceilings and saintly chapels evoke a sense of reverence and wonder.

Marvel at the intricate details of the altarpieces and religious relics, each narrating tales of unwavering devotion and faith.

Venture towards the mausoleum, a solemn yet awe-inspiring sanctuary that houses the tombs of Queen Isabella I, King Ferdinand II, and other royal family members. Here, the exquisite marble effigies and sarcophagi stand as poignant tributes to the monarchs’ profound impact on Spanish history.

Pause for a moment of contemplation within this sacred realm, reflecting on the enduring legacy of the Catholic Monarchs and their indelible mark on Granada and Spain.

Whether drawn by architecture, history, or spiritual significance, a visit to the Royal Chapel of Granada promises an unforgettable experience that resonates long after you depart.


1 hour and 30 min.




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Entrance to the the Royal Chapel.
Radioguides system reinforcement (mandatory for groups bigger than 9 pax).
Official guide.


Food and drinks.

What do I need to bring?

We recommend wearing comfortable shoes.
In summertime we recommend the use of sunscreen and water.

Please note

Pets are not allowed.
Not accesible for people with reduced mobility (stairs and slopes).
Please arrive 20 minutes before the starting time at the meeting point.

Cancellation Policy

Free! Free cancellation up to 24 hours before the activity starts. If you cancel under this time or do not show up, you will not be refunded.

When to book?

Cut off: 1 day before the start of the activity

The Royal Chapel of Granada holds a significant place in Spanish history and architecture.

Commissioned by the Catholic Monarchs, Queen Isabella I of Castile and King Ferdinand II of Aragon, the chapel was constructed between 1505 and 1521.

Its construction marked the transition from the Islamic rule to the Christian monarchy in Granada.

Architecturally, the Royal Chapel represents a blend of Gothic and Renaissance styles.

Its facade is adorned with complex details, including elaborate carvings and sculptures. Inside, visitors are greeted by a grand interior featuring richly decorated chapels, ornate altarpieces, and beautiful stained glass windows.

The Royal Chapel also houses a rich collection of religious art and artifacts, including paintings, tapestries, and religious relics.

Meeting point:

Plaza Bib Rambla (next to the fountain Los Gigantes)

Free cancellation

You'll receive a full refund if you cancel at least 48 hours in advance of most experiences