Granada does not only offer its monumental spaces, the Sun, the beach or snow. A new attraction has been developing during last years, the 'street art', with countless quality graffitis. This situation is quite curious since city policy has declared war on this practice, though there are travel portals on the internet even showcasing Granada as the "Mecca of street … Read more
The magnificence of the Alhambra brings millions of visitors to Granada from all over the world. But for those who are genuinely interested in the Islamic past of Spain, Granada has a lot more to offer besides the magnificent palaces of the Alhambra. From the history of the Moorish state of Al-Andalus to the present day local Muslim community, from … Read more
The old Jewish quarter, Realejo, is one of the best areas in Granada for enjoying some tapas! Here you can find a great variety of bars. There are ones for students travelling on budget to slightly more expensive bars designed for food lovers wanting to try many different kinds of tapas- and of course you can also find typical Spanish … Read more
Be aware that the area around the cathedral is very touristic and due to this the bars can be overpriced with average tapas. But don´t worry! If you know where to … Read more
Granada is a wonderful city with a lot of different things to do within the city; take a walk in the beautiful old Albayzin, spend a whole day in the historical Alhambra or visit the amazing cathedral. But what is there to do outside Granada? Here is a bit of suggests from us about day trips from Granada!
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