The Royal Chapel adjoins Granada’s cathedral and is an outstanding Christian building. Catholic Monarchs Isabella and Ferdinand...
Granada’s cavernous cathedral was another Isabel commission, but construction began only after her death, and didn’t finish until 1704....
Alcaicería & Plaza Bib-Rambla
Just south of the Capilla Real, the Alcaicería was the Muslim silk exchange, but what you see now is a restoration after a 19th-century...
This venerable pastry shop provides great on-the-go snacks – a flaky empanadilla filled with bacon and dates, for instance, or a piece...
La Madraza information
Lonely Planet review
La Madraza was founded in 1349 by Sultan Yusuf I as a school and university. You can gaze into the splendid prayer hall with its elaborate mihrab, where the light has a special mellow quality. The building was closed for renovations at the time of research.