Centre A dynamic city, Granada has a historic centre with a great variety of architectures from different periods, which makes it a great attraction for the visitor… from the large avenues to the long side streets that run through the city, its streets are the perfect setting for large firms as well as smaller businesses where the owners surprise us with vanguard designs. We can enjoy endless stops on a culinary tour of the city with something for everyone, even those with the most refined of palates.There are plenty of museums and monuments situated in this part of the city – the Cathedral, considered the first Renaissance church in Spain and one of the greatest exponents of this artistic order. The Catholic Kings mandated its construction in 1492 and it was originally based on the gothic model of the Toledo Cathedral. In the Royal Chapel, which houses the remains of D. Fernando de Aragón and Dª Isabel de Castilla, Dª. Juana I and D. Felipe I and prince Miguel…we find a deep historic and human sentiment and recognize its religious importance, expressed with rich artistry: architecture, sculpture, paintings, gold and silverworks, tapestries... all expressed in three styles: gothic, renaissance, and baroque.You can visit the temple and its architecture and decoration, the royal mausoleums, and the crypt, the main altarpiece, the fenceline, the altarpieces and the baroque sculptures.