Located in the south of Spain, in Andalusia region, Granada lies in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountains. This city is a truly beautiful place, rich with culture and history, the jewel in the crown is the Alhambra.
Granada official guide and brochure
Granada City Centre offers various shopping streets and department stores including the Alcaiceria, Ancient Arab Market near the Cathedral, Calle Mesones or Calle Reyes Católicos. Centro Comercial Nevada, just happens to be one of the most popular among locals. The recently opened space is now the largest mall in the region and features dozens of shops and restaurants.
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Museums and monuments
Discover the churches, museums and important places of Granada. The Alhambra is the jewel in the crown, the best- preserved & oldest Moorish palace, the most visited monument of Granada. The Cathedral of Granada is the first Renaissance church built in Spain and is one of the most important monuments of the city. The Royal Chapel is the burial place of the Catholic Monarchs, embedded in the Cathedral, and one of the most interesting monuments of Granada. And many places, like the Albaicín, the Arab quartier that you can discover by getting lost in this wonderful city.
Albaicin quartier. View from the Alhambra
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Restaurants and bars
Going out to eat tapas is one of the most popular activities in Granada. tapa usually refers to a small plate of food meant for sharing – just a bite or two to accompany whatever you’re drinking.
In addition, there are excellent Local restaurants in Granada not to be missed.
Here you have suggested bars and restaurants in Granada:
Babel World Fusion (Vegan friendly)
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The nightlife in Granada is some of the best in Andalucía. As a world-famous university city, it has a large amount of students, so there is a very eclectic mix of venues and music on offer. From electro, to pop, to rock music; in Spanish, English and Irish bars, you will always find somewhere to suit your musical or atmospheric taste. Click here to find out more about night-life in Granada.