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Granada Cathedral, or the Cathedral of the Incarnation (Spanish: Catedral de Granada, Santa Iglesia Catedral Metropolitana de la Encarnación de Granada) is a Roman Catholic church in the city of Granada, capital of the province of the same name in the Autonomous Region of Andalusia, Spain. The cathedral is the seat of the Archdiocese of Granada.
|Monday||10:45 AM – 6:45 PM|
|Tuesday||10:45 AM – 6:45 PM|
|Wednesday||10:45 AM – 6:45 PM|
|Thursday||10:45 AM – 6:45 PM|
|Friday||10:45 AM – 6:45 PM|
|Saturday||10:45 AM – 6:45 PM|
|Sunday||4:00 – 6:45 PM|
One of the most amazing cathedrals in the WORLD!! Romanesque with incredible huge columns! It’s so beautiful! The altar is magnificent in gold and there are two organs! €5 entry with audio guide. Cannot miss it! Must see this, the royal chapel and Alhambra whilst in Granada!!
Beautiful and serene. Informative and thought provoking. I didn't realize that martyrdom was so hard to attain (very graphic beheading mural). Should be free perhaps hence 4*
The cathedral is to me one of the highlight of granada. I really like architecture and this building is just beautiful. It’s one of the most bright cathedrals in the world due to the white walls and the great architecture which causes the sun to brighten up all the inside. For students the prices is 2.5€, for adults 4/5€.
Incredible architecture throughout that installs a sense of quiet awe. The central alter is breathtaking. Takes around 40 minutes to see everything through the audio guide which is included in the 5 Euro entry fee (excellent price) Highly recommended
Very impressive cathedral with huge walls decorated with nice sculptures. Pity thé houses around are so nearby since this cathedral deserves an enormous open square in front of it in order to pay thé honour it deserves.
I never expected to see such a magnificent and stunning cathedral in Granada which isn't a big city. I recommend to visit it if you are in Granada.
Once built right on top of a Mosque, the Cathedral is one of the largest in Europe. It includes the Royal chapel where the tombs of King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella are located.
Although the cathedral is surrounded by buildings and you can't really get a feel of how impressive it is from the outside, once you enter you will be amazed. I have visited many cathedrals throughout Europe and this one is right there in the top 5 with Notre Dame and St. Peter's Cathedral. I suggest buying a Granada Card since it will give you access to the Cathedral as well as to the Alhambra and other popular attractions. You can easily buy it online before your trip.
The cathedral was well worth the €5 entry free considering they give a free audio guide. In fact it would be worth twice that price considering its grandeur. The cathedral is spacious and magnificent yet does not lack detail, it played a massive role in historical architecture as i think it was one of the first Churches to incorporate baroque and this style of renaissance architecture, and inspired many other Churches to follow its design and layout. This architectural style in my opinion is definitely my favourite and a relief from all the gloomy and eerie gothic cathedrals all over the Iberian peninsula. It truly makes you feel at ease and the environment is extremely serene, and the audio guide is very detailed. I easily spent two hours despite running on a tight schedule, would definitely want to visit again in the future if possibled
Charging this much for a religious building? This is HARAM. Neither the builders nor the essence of Christianity would approve this. Blue mosque in Istanbul? Completely free for everyone.. Hassan IV Mosque in Casablanca? Completely free. As if catholic church is bankrupting.. Ridiculous...
This is 5€ very well spent. You will be handed an audio guide to take in with you. This will explore all that is before you in a very calm and relaxed way.