Queen Isabella the Catholic is one of the most important figures in world history, both for her role in the unification of the Iberian kingdoms, the conquest of Granada and for her support in the expeditions of Christopher Columbus which would lead to the
discovery of the American continent. Isabella was a queen with a great personality which marked the destiny of Granada.
You will explore the places where the queen left her personal mark. The first town hall in the city, created by Isabella herself, the importance of the Great Captain Gonzalo Fernández de Córdoba, architect of the conquest, or the unshakable faith of the queen
who encouraged her to Christianise the population of Granada are just some of the curiosities you can learn about on this tour. You’ll admire places such as the Madraza, the Cuarto Real, the Capitanía General, the convent of the Comendadoras de Santiago or Santo Domingo. Isabella the Catholic left her mark on all the places along this route, but Granada also left its mark on her. Despite her death in Medina del Campo, she decided to be buried in Granada and her remains would rest forever in the city she longed for so much.
Granada City Hall- Plaza del Carmen – Isabella The Catholic Theater- Palace of Bibataubín - Cuarto Real de Santo Domingo – Church of Santo Domingo - Comendadoras de Santiago - Casa de los Tiros -Capitanía General –Last house of the Great Captain – Isabella the Catholic Square – Madraza – Royal Chapel (exterior).