Travel back to 1492, a year of inflexion whose importance is crucial in understanding the presant and future. This year begun the great Christian constructive projects in the symbolical city of Granada thanks to the Catholic monarchs and the emperor Charles V.
One of the dreams of the Catholic monarchs was to be entombed in Granada. For this reason they decided to build the Royal Chapel and the Cathedral. Joan the Crazy and Philip the Beautiful were laid to rest here. In this beautiful building works of art of incalculable value are kept that belonged to the monarchs themselves, many of which belong to the Flemish school.
Then you will head to the Cathedral to see some the work of the most established artists of the Spanish Renaissance. In fact the Cathedral of Granada is one of the most important buildings in the world of Catholic art.
A specialised official tour guide include.
Tickets to the Cathedral and the Royal Chapel not included.