A window to the past

Feel the History

Enjoy a new experience

Thanks to our Augmented Reality glasses, immerse yourself in the experience of traveling 500 years ago to the surroundings of the Royal Chapel and the Madrasa of Granada, one of the most beautiful cities in the world.

Granada was the last city under Muslim control and, by taking it, the Catholic Monarchs erected a large mausoleum to be buried after their death: the Royal Chapel.

Travel back to that time with the help of Past View smart glasses.
 

Feel, explore, learn, enjoy

Interactive
vision

A unique vision of history in which you can move around the exterior of the Royal Chapel during its construction.

Immersive
experience

You'll feel like you are in another era and thus you will better understand how the events and their protagonists happened.

Learn exploring

Get to know some of the most important hits in the history of the city of Granada and our country. Understand what the great works of the sacristy were like and how life was like 500 years ago.

Different
tourism

Because traveling and visiting cultural places does not have to be boring. Suitable for the whole family.

What is Past View Granada?

Thanks to our Augmented Reality glasses, immerse yourself in the experience of traveling 500 years ago to the surroundings of the Royal Chapel and the Madrasa of Granada, one of the most beautiful cities in the world.

Granada was the last city under Muslim control and, by taking it, the Catholic Monarchs erected a large mausoleum to be buried after their death: the Royal Chapel.

Travel back to that time with the help of Past View smart glasses.

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They're talking about Past View Granada!

"I visited Granada for work and I barely had time to do a tourist visit. If I have to recommend only one visit, it would be this."
Jaime Gil
"I like to stay on top of trends and Past View was an absolutely amazing experience. A really different tourist route."
Teresa Belón
"I have two teenagers who were amazed by the experience. They were attentive for the first time during a cultural visit."
Lola Martín