Granada is a city in southern Spain that is home to several important tourist attractions, including the Alhambra, the Albaicín, and the Sacromonte. The cathedral of Granada is one of the most important landmarks in the city, and there are a number of other interesting places to visit in the area.
That is why we have developed an interactive map where you can find all the main monuments around the city center of Granada.
Interactive Map of Granada, Andalusia, Spain
Check the full list in the following interactive map with all the information listed below.
Main monuments you can visit in the city center of Granada
The Capilla Real is a royal chapel that houses the tombs of Ferdinand and Isabella, the Catholic Monarchs who conquered Granada in 1492. The chapel is a beautiful example of Gothic architecture, and it is a must-see for any visitor to Granada.
Plaza de Bib-Rambla
The Plaza de Bib-Rambla is a lively square that is a good place to start your visit to Granada. The square is home to many restaurants, cafes, and shops, and it is a great place to enjoy the quintessential Spanish breakfast: chocolate con churros.
The Catholic Monarchs ordered its construction in 1492 and it was designed, in principle, following the Gothic model of the Toledo Cathedral.
Isabella and Columbus Statue
This monument is dedicated to the Capitulations of Santa Fé and represents the moment in which Christopher Columbus reached an agreement with Queen Isabel the Catholic for his expedition to the Indies.
Granada City Hall
This is a special place where every New Year’s Eve the locals gather to take the 12 grapes of good luck to receive each year. Inside you can find a tourist office to get all the information you may need.
Corral del Carbón
Corral del Carbón is a former Moorish storage that is now a cultural center. Built in the 13th century, we suggest gazing at the marvelous entrance door we can see the typical motifs of the Nasrid construction.
The Alcaicería is a former Moorish market that is now a shopping mall. The Alcaicería is a great place to find souvenirs and traditional Spanish products.
Palacio de la Madraza
Founded in 1349 by Yusuf I, this building was a university dedicated to theological teachings, jurisprudence, medicine, literature, and mathematics. Nowadays is the best opportunity to visit a mihrab in Granada (the only space preserved of the original Islamic building).
Church of the Sagrario
It is one of the most significant baroque temples in the city. Built with stone from Sierra Elvira, it occupies the space previously formed by the naves of the Great Mosque of Granada (11th century).