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Basilica of St. John of God

Basilica San Juan de Dios

Even standing outside the basilica its sheer beauty will speak to you. But once you step inside, the interior will take your breath away completely. So much gold everywhere!

C/ San Juan de Dios 19-23, 18001 Granada, Spain

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Opening Hours

Mon - Sat: 10 a.m. - 1 p.m., 4 p.m. - 7 p.m.
Sun: 6 p.m. - 7 p.m.


€4 (including an audio guide in 5 languages)


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Attractions near to Basilica of St. John of God

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    One of the largest and certainly most beautiful castles in the world. The mighty Alhambra built by the Moors in the 14th century is a real gem, a definite must-see.

  • Albayzín

    Also a UNESCO site, the charming district retains its Moorish feel with the narrow winding streets and picturesque white-washed buildings.

  • Generalife

    The beautiful and peaceful gardens crafted centuries ago with such care is located in the Alhambra complex. Take a minute to rest here.

  • New Square

    This spacious square is both the geographical and the social centre of Granada. A great place to relax, enjoy lunch or dinner or just meet friends.

  • Navas Street

    A narrow street full of character, lined with picturesque buildings, tapas bars and cafés, it is an ideal place for a pleasant stroll.

  • Royal Chapel of Granada

    An amazing jewel of architecture in the very heart of Granada. The chapel is also a mausoleum – the last resting place of the Catholic Monarch of Spain. A must-see.

  • San Nicolas Gazebo

    The views from up here are simply amazing, you will find none other like this in Granada. Located in a quaint and pleasant neighborhood.

  • Elvira Street

    Another one of Granada's cha­racteristic picturesque streets with unimaginable charm located in the very heart of the city.

  • Daro Road

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  • Sacromonte

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