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Granada

Granada, the soul of Andalusia, whispers the tales of Moorish Spain through the grandeur of the Alhambra and the winding streets of the Albaicín. Read more

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Granada is a jewel in the Andalusian crown, where Islamic architecture meets Spanish charm, nestled at the foot of the Sierra Nevada mountains. The city is famously home to the Alhambra, an exquisite example of Muslim art in its final European stronghold, which attracts scholars, travelers, and dreamers from across the globe. Granada's rich history is palpable in the old Moorish quarter of the Albaicín, with its narrow cobblestone streets and traditional flamenco tablaos. The city's universities add a youthful energy to its ancient streets, making it a center of lively tapas bars and vibrant street life. Its diverse history, coupled with its proximity to both mountain peaks and tropical coast, renders Granada a cultural and recreational paradise.
Granada's enchanting blend of history, culture, and nature makes it a city where every corner tells a story, inviting visitors to step back in time while enjoying the comforts and excitement of modern life.

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The most famous sights
What to do in Granada

The Alhambra

This UNESCO World Heritage Site is a stunning complex of palaces, courtyards, and gardens, epitomizing Moorish art and showcasing Granada’s Islamic history.

Generalife

Adjacent to the Alhambra, the Generalife was the summer palace and country estate of the Nasrid rulers, with tranquil gardens and soothing water features.

Albaicín (Albayzín)

The old Muslim quarter of Granada, known for its narrow winding lanes, white-washed houses, and spectacular views of the Alhambra.

Granada Cathedral

An impressive Renaissance cathedral built over the city’s mosque, it stands as a symbol of the Christian Reconquista.

Royal Chapel of Granada

The burial place of Catholic Monarchs, Queen Isabella I and King Ferdinand II, showcasing significant historical art and royal artifacts.

Sacromonte

Famous for its traditional cave dwellings, which now serve as homes, as well as venues for flamenco performances.

San Jerónimo Monastery

A magnificent monastery where the Great Captain Gonzalo Fernández de Córdoba is buried; it’s a masterpiece of the Spanish Renaissance.

Plaza Nueva

The oldest square in Granada, offering a bustling atmosphere and a mix of diverse architectural styles.

Carrera del Darro

One of the most scenic walks in Granada, this path runs alongside the Darro River and is flanked by historic buildings.

Science Park (Parque de las Ciencias)

An interactive museum that includes a planetarium, the Butterfly House, and exhibits on subjects ranging from physics to botany.

Sierra Nevada National Park

A short drive from the city, this national park offers stunning landscapes and is a paradise for hikers, skiers, and nature lovers.

What else to visit
In and around Granada

Antequera (86.92 km)

Nestled in the heart of Andalusia, Antequera stands as a silent witness to the bygone eras. Its streets echo with stories spanning from the Bronze Age to the present, inviting travelers to discover its rich heritage and tranquil beauty.

Málaga (89.92 km)

Málaga is a municipality of Spain, capital of the Province of Málaga, in the autonomous community of Andalusia. With a population of 578,460 in 2020, it is the second-most populous city in Andalusia and the sixth most populous in the country.

Málaga (90.42 km)

Framed by the shimmering Mediterranean Sea and surrounded by sun-drenched hills, Málaga is a radiant city full of Andalusian charm. The birthplace of Pablo Picasso, it is an artistic and cultural hub of Spain's vibrant Costa del Sol.

Torremolinos (102.3 km)

Sun-kissed Torremolinos welcomes visitors with its shimmering beaches, vibrant nightlife, and nostalgic charm. Once a quiet fishing village, today it stands as a beloved Costa del Sol holiday destination, marrying Andalusian tradition with modern allure.

Cordoba (130.78 km)

A mosaic of history, Cordoba in Andalusia, Spain, showcases a harmonious blend of cultures and epochs. Once the heart of Moorish Spain, this enchanting city intertwines the whispers of ancient civilizations with modern Spanish vivacity.

Marbella (135.89 km)

Marbella, located in the heart of the Costa del Sol in the province of Málaga, is one of the Mediterranean's most renowned and upscale resort cities.

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