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Going Out in Granada at Night!

Going Out in Granada at Night!

There are a couple of things to bear in mind before hitting Granada at night: there are lots of different enticing things to do (going out for tapas or for dinner, enjoying the views of the Alhambra on a starry night, having a drink or heading straight for the dance floor) and each area in the city has different options and people. Welcome to Granada by night! more ...

Easter in Granada 2017

Easter in Granada 2017

Holy Week in Granada is one of Spain’s most spectacular Easter celebrations. Just like in Seville, Malaga and other Andalusian cities, this religious celebration which attracts thousands of visitors. more ...

Sacromonte district in Granada: flamenco and caves

Sacromonte district in Granada: flamenco and caves

Sacromonte is one of the most picturesque and authentic districts in Granada, most famous for its caves and flamenco spirit. Situated just opposite the Alhambra, this district, home to artists and a more bohemian crowd, captivates many for its personality and the beauty of its surroundings. more ...

Free Tapas in Granada

Free Tapas in Granada

If you do a quick Google search as to why people visit Spain one of the things that keep popping up on all the lists is the traditional Spanish food. more ...

Restaurants with the best views of the Alhambra in Granada

Restaurants with the best views of the Alhambra in Granada

It seems the entire city of Granada revolves around the Alhambra and both tourists and locals alike are forever trying to get a fresh perspective when they are wandering around the Albaicín. For a truly unique experience in Granada we recommend eating out at the following restaurants where not only will you enjoy some typical local cuisine but also unrivalled views of the Alhambra. more ...

Have the Best Christmas in Granada

Have the Best Christmas in Granada

Granada appears to be the ideal destination to spend a few days over Christmas whether it’s on Christmas Eve, New Year’s Eve, or during King’s Day (The Epiphany) as the festive atmosphere in the city of the Alhambra is perfect for visitors coming to Christmas there. more ...

Treks around Granada

Treks around Granada

The Andalusian city of Granada, nestled in the foothills of the snow capped Sierra Nevada mountain range, is home to one of Spain’s best known monuments, the Alhambra. The city is a veritable treasure trove of Islamic art and architecture which attracts thousands of visitors every year wishing to experience the rich cultural heritage of the city. On par with the architectural beauty is the natural landscape which can be best experienced by taking one of these treks around Granada. more ...

Shopping in Granada: Typical Products

Shopping in Granada: Typical Products

Discover the typical products, wander the markets, enjoy the colourful shops and take home a memory of the city in your suitcase, these are just some of the rituals that we travellers do when we visit a new city or destination. Granada is a great place to go shopping. Here are a few ideas of what to but in Granada and the best places to do it. more ...

What to do in Granada

What to do in Granada

Welcome to Granada, the city of the Alhambra, a magic place where Romans, Moors, Jews and Christians have left their mark. Bathed in sun, this Andalusian city hides an enormous amount of architectural treasures and secrets just waiting to be discovered. To join you in the adventure, here is our little tourist guide with the outstanding sights to visit in Granada. more ...

Recommended Apartment in Granada: The Queen

Recommended Apartment in Granada: The Queen

We start a new month; it’s Friday and now is as good a time as any to start making plans for your next trip, and while winter is upon us Granada shapes up as the promised land, a pleasant climate, good skiing, tapas and beers, flamenco great atmosphere and lots of things to visit. more ...

December Bank Holiday 2012 in Granada

December Bank Holiday 2012 in Granada

Spanish television presenter Raffaella Carrà once sung that you should “live every second to the full, in case the world ends”, and that to fall in love (and do other things) “you’ve got to go south”. Thinking about it, we can’t think of a better destination than Granada to spend the Spanish bank holiday on December 6th. more ...

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