We will start by knowing Granada, as the main attraction we will visit the Alhambra, which initially was a military zone at the beginning; then the Alhambra became a royal residence and the court of Granada.
We continue with the visit to the Alcazaba, it is the oldest part of the Alhambra in Granada. It was the defensive zone of this city, where the Army lived. It is rebuilt on top of the ruins of a 9th century castle and surrounded by walls.
Then we went to the Royal Chancellery of Granada, a building located in Plaza Nueva, in the city of Granada, in the autonomous community of Andalusia. Its construction was by order of Carlos I between 1531 and 1587 to house the Royal Chancery of Granada.
Finally we will see the Cathedral of Granada, a Catholic center located in the center of Granada and with an entrance on the Gran Vía, it is considered the first Renaissance church in Spain. It was founded on May 21, 1492 by the will of the Catholic Monarchs.
I return to Madrid.