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Granada topics tagged See Do

"See Do" in Granada

What to see in Granada besides Alhambra?

For first time visitors to Spain, what is there to see in Granada besides Alhambra? I have a tentative itinerary that includes Granada, Andalusia.

Best Flamenco shows in Sacromonte Caves

Which is the best place for an authentic flamenco show in Sacromonte Caves, Granada?

    Best hammam in Granada

    After booking my tickets for the Alhambra, next on my agenda is to shortlist the best of Granada's Hammam baths. I am looking for suggestions on the best hammam baths in Granada, preferably near Alhambra.

      How to get to Mirador San Nicolas

      We will be visiting Granada for a day and want to go to Mirador de San Nicolas, the most well-known viewpoint for Alhambra photography. How do I get to San Nicolas viewpoint from Granada city center, can you give me easy directions?

        What to see in Albaicin, Granada

        What are the attractions to see in the Albayzin (Albaicin) Quarter of Granada? What is the best way to visit Albayzin?

        What are the recommended tours in Granada

        I will be in Granada for 3 days. Should I go on a walking tour, Hop On Hop Off, or any other interesting tour in Granada? I've searched the Internet but could not make up my mind as the information is quite sketchy.

          Short trips from Granada

          We plan to spend 4 days in Granada as a base and make short trips to see the region. How much time should we keep for Granada and what places can we see around?

            What to do in Granada, Spain

            Exploring Granada

            Granada is one of Andalucía’s most beautiful cities. A popular tourist destination known for its Moorish architecture, Moorish influenced unique culture and cuisine. Granada is home to the most visited attraction in Spain, The Alhambra.

            The Alhambra

            The Alhambra with its trickling fountains, sandstone fortresses and breathtaking Moorish palaces is a UNESCO world heritage monument. The Alhambra demands at least a half-day and best visited in early morning. You get to select the time of visit, only if you managed to make a booking at least two weeks in advance.

            Flamenco show

            Cave-taverns of nearby Sacromonte, (‘Gypsy District’ ) is where you will find flamenco in its most raw and potent form, communicating the passion, pain and power of its origins. Unfortunately, most of the Granada flamenco cave shows are touristy. However, it is still worth an experience. The barrio of Sacromonte is often billed by the guidebooks as the neighbourhood where gypsies still ride donkeys and reside in cave-houses!

            Walking tours

            It is best to explore rest of Granada with the help of a tour guide. There are many individual and group tours conducted by enthusiastic locals. Walking tour of Albaicin that ends with the best view of the Alhambra from Plaza San Nicolas is a must-do. You should also look at off-beat tours that take you underground to explore tunnels that criss-cross under the Alhambra.


            Tapas bars are a dime a dozen in Granada. In nearly all tapas bars, you get free tapas with your drink.

            Snow and Beach

            With Granada as base, you can visit a ski slope and a sunny beach on the same day. In the morning, you can visit the nearby ski resort town of Sierra Nevada and in the evenings, you can head to one of the nearby Andalusian beaches.

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