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Casa del Chapiz, Granada

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  • The entrance fee is €2.25 which initially seemed a bit steep, given that the house hasn't been restored and all you can see is the courtyard on the ground floor - there is a much nicer example at Casa...  more »
  • This was near our lodgings, so we paid the fee and entered. There really isn"t much to see. The gardens are nice, but watch out for the ants. I had a nasty surprise when I put my pack down on a low wa...  more »
  • Great traditional house and beautiful gardens. The library was closed for renovation when we visited, but still very much worth it!  more »
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  • One of the many very nice old houses in Granada. You feel the old Arab atmosphere.
  • Beautiful gardens! Not too much to see in the casa itself -- though it is a great example of Moorish architecture, most of it is shut off from the public -- but the gardens are well worth the price of admission (€2.25/person).
  • Nice garden.
  • This Moorish House, consists of two houses gathered in 1571, when Felipe II expropriated them the Moorish uprising. After different uses, they were in ruins were rehabilitated at the beginning of the 20th century and were declared good of cultural interest. Today day is part of the folding of gold and you can visit free on Sundays.
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  • The building cannot be visited. The visit includes a patio and garden, with views of the Alhambra. The entrance is free one day a week, currently on Sunday.
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