Catedral Matropolitana de Granada

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Gran Via de Colón, Granada, Spain

Catedral Matropolitana de Granada Reviews

Pearl510 Pearl510
162 reviews
Jul 16, 2007
The cathedral in Granada isn't special when compared to others in Spain or Europe. To be honest, I wasn't impressed. There sure are some fine things to be seen here, and if you got plenty of time to spend in Granada, do pay it a visit. But when you don't, skip it, it won't be a great loss. The main reason why this place is special is because Ferdinand and Isabella, the two catholic royalties that reconquered Spain from the Moorish, are buried here. And as you might know, Granada was the last city to fall from Arab hands.

There is an entrance fee to both the cathedral and the Capilla Real. They cost 3,50 euro, so 7 euro when you want to see them both. When you pay for the cathedral only, you can as well enter the sacristy and the museum. The cathedral and the Capilla have different entries. So make sure you queue for the right ticket :)
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