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Granada: Isabella the Catholic’s Places Tour

Product ID: 202132
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Granada left its mark on the life of Queen Isabella and she changed the city’s destiny forever. Isabella the Catholic is part of Granada's DNA, whose obsession following the conquest of the city of the Alhambra was to transform it into an important city.
About this activity
Duration 150 minutes
Printed or mobile voucher accepted
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Live tour guide
Spanish, English
Free cancellation up to 24 hours before activity starts

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Experience

Highlights
  • Learn about Isabella the Catholic Queen and her love for Granada
  • Hear curiosities about the history and transformation of Granada
  • See all the most important sights where Isabella left her mark
Full description
Explore the places where the queen left her personal mark. Learn about the first town hall in the city, which was created by Isabella herself. Discover the importance of the Great Captain Gonzalo Fernández de Córdoba, who was the architect of the conquest. Hear about how she Christianised the population of Granada.

See places including the Madraza, the Cuarto Real, the Capitanía General, and the convent of the Comendadoras de Santiago or Santo Domingo. Isabella the Catholic left her mark on all the places along this route and Granada also left its mark on her. Despite her death in Medina del Campo, she decided to be buried in Granada and her remains will rest forever in the city she longed for so much. 
Includes
  • Entrance fee

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Meeting point

Cicerone Customer Center Shop, 10 Calle San Jerónimo, 18001 Granada.

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Important information
Know before you go
• There is a minimum number of two adults
Organized by

Cicerone Cultura y Ocio S.L.

Product ID: 202132