The history of our most popular queen, Isabella , is strongly linked to the city of Granada .
After ten years of war, which encompasses the last Arab peninsula , Nazari , the Catholic Monarchs find a magical city.
Access entrance to the Royal Chapel not included
Morning or afternoon shift
Monument to Isabel la Católica and Cristóbal Colón
To visit Granada wear comfortable shoes and a bottle of water
The story of our best known queen,
Isabel the Catholic, is strongly linked to the city of Granada. After ten years of war, which will surround the last Arabs of the peninsula, the Nasrids, the Catholic Monarchs will find a magical city. So much so that Queen Isabel, will begin to identify the city with the famous symbol of Granada, symbol of its power over the peninsula and the Americas.
Likewise, the Catholic Monarchs will play a decisive role in the new modern city of Granada, introducing improvements and modifications in the urban fabric, a new art but never forgetting the peculiarity of this beautiful city.
So important was Granada, that Elizabeth wanted to be buried in this city, so that the same land that had made them come to glory, will take them to the glory of eternal rest.
Sanitary Recommendations COVID:
All participants must wear face masks and carry disinfectant gel. Otherwise they will not be able to join the tour.
We will strive for maximum safe distance during the tour.
Provided electronic devices will be exclusively for personal use only and will have been previously disinfected.