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Discover the impressive Cathedral of Granada, first Spanish Renaissance temple, and the Royal Chapel, where the remains of the Catholic Monarchs rest. A visit that will take you to another era ...

One of the most visited monuments of the World and hallmark of Granada, The Alhambra is much more than a palace …


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What to see in Granada

What to see in Granada

Here below you will find information that will help you when planning your visit to Granada. The areas of interest that make up the city, what is essential to visit, other attractions and monuments with which you can complete your visit.
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Granada has five main historic areas:

  • Alhambra: A fortified palatine city whose construction began in the 13rd century, where the Nasrid Palaces stand out, home of the sultans of the Kingdom of Granada between the 13th and 15th centuries.
    Historical Center: the lower city where the traces of the Arab past of Granada (the Alhóndiga, the Souk, the Alcaicería, the Madraza ...) are mixed with the great buildings after the Christian conquest of the Catholic Monarchs (Chancillería, Catedral , Royal Chapel, Lonja ...)
  • Albaicín: the oldest quarter of Granada, where the city was born and where at the beginning of the 11st is established the capital of the Kingdom of Granada. The old Moorish neighborhood. Located on a hill, it is characterized by its narrow and labyrinthine streets, its cemeteries, cisterns and the spectacular landscapes it offers on the Alhambra, Sierra Nevada and the lower city. This neighborhood contains several jewels of Hispano-Muslim art (Bañuelo, Palace of Dar al Horra, Casa de Zafra, Casa Morisca Oorno de Oro ...)
  • Sacromonte: Traditional Gypsy neighborhood, birthplace of flamenco, characterized by its peculiar environment halfway between urban and rural, and its cave houses where still today live their neighbors.
  • Realejo: Popular neighborhood where was located the ruined Granada Jewry.

What to do in Granada

What to do in Granada

In any trip to Granada, however brief, it is essential to visit the Alhambra, which usually takes half a day, and a walk through the Historic Center, the Albaicín and the Sacromonte, if possible, visiting the interior of The Cathedral and the Royal Chapel and some Hispano-Muslim monuments such as the Madraza and Bañuelo.

If your stay is longer, spend time getting to know the Albaicín and its heritage in greater depth, you will never end up discovering new corners. Also walk around the Realejo neighborhood, where the former Granada Jewry was located, and do not miss the highest viewpoints of the city such as Silla del Moro or San Miguel Alto.

Weekend in Granada

Weekend in Granada

If you have already come to Granada on other occasions and you know all the above, you can discover jewels from different eras such as the Monastery of San Jerónimo, Monastery of Cartuja, Palace of Dar al Horra, Houses of Chapiz, Abbey of Sacromonte, The Basilica of San Juan de Dios and its museum.

Of course you cannot leave without trying the famous tapas of Granada, there is a wide range of bars spread throughout the city. Come in, get comfortable, order your drink and they will serve you a tapa, in many occasions you can even choose it yourself.

And if you want to take a nice souvenir of your visit to Granada, buy in the small shops that you will find on your walks. Look for the crafts of Granada: inlaid objects, Fajalauza ceramics or leather.

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