There are many beautiful chapels in Burgos Cathedral, all around the central nave but I am going to describe just a few.
Chapel of San Jose
This chapel, also known as the Chapel of the Presentation, was added to the cathedral between 1519-24 by the Lerma Polanco family. The design by Juan Matienzo designed the chapel, inspired by the Chapel of the Constable. The tomb is that of Canon Gonzalo Diez de Lerma Polanco, sculpted from white alabaster by Philip of Burgundy.
Chapel of the Conception and Santa Ana
The Chapel of the Nativity
This chapel dates from the second half of the 16th century.
Chapel of the Constable
The chapel was built by Simon de Colonia at the end of the 15th century and the Constable of Castile and his wife, Mencia de Mendoza, were buried here. As Constable, Pedro Fernandez de Verlasco was the second most powerful person after the king and he was responsible for commanding the military in the absence of the king. Philip of Burgundy in 1534 carved their tombs from Carrara marble in 1534. Philip of Burgundy and Diego de Siloe also created the high altar.
These are just a few of the beautiful chapels in the Cathedral of Burgos.