USEFUL INFORMATION TO VISIT GRANADA
Gentilicio: Granadino – Granadí
Festivals: Feria de Granada: It is celebrated the first week of June, coinciding with the Corpus Christi.
Taking of Granada: January 2.
May Crosses: May 3rd.
TOURIST GUIDE on WHAT TO SEE IN GRANADA
The city of Granada is considered one of the most beautiful cities in the world, being its tourist possibilities innumerable, since both architecturally and culturally it is attractive throughout the year. The duration of your stay in Granada depends on the tourism you want to do, so to see the whole city you will need at least two days and if you decide to go to one of its festivals the duration is up to you. The places to visit in Granada are almost infinite, since almost any part of the city has charm, but there are three must-see places.
To stay in Granada I recommend that you do it through Booking. It is the most reliable reservation center.
The Alhambra of Granada, a must visit
World Heritage Site since 1984 and built between the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries, this Nasrid palace is the largest and best expression of Hispano-Muslim art, being a superb monument in terms of beauty and majesty, worthy of one of the most important cities of the time as it was Granada at that time. So much so that the Catholic Monarchs did not hesitate to preserve it for posterity since the first time they saw the palace.
It is located next to the Palace of Charles V, being its geographical coordinates Latitude: 37°17’80.99 “N and Longitude: 3°58’9. 71 “W.
Cathedral of Granada
Located on the site of what was once the Great Mosque of the city of Granada. It was commissioned by the Catholic Monarchs after the conquest of Granada, so its construction began in the sixteenth century, being its Renaissance style, and one of the masterpieces of the Spanish Renaissance.
It is located in the center of Granada, being its geographical coordinates Latitude: 37°17’72.61 “N and Longitude: 3°59’83.26″W.
Barrio del Albayzin
Barrio del Albayzin visit in Granada you should not miss.
It is considered a World Heritage Site since 1984. This neighborhood of Andalusian origin, located very close to the Alhambra. Its charm lies in the heterogeneity of cultures that passed through the city and that can be seen walking through it, in addition to the wonderful views it has.
It is accessed from the Paseo de los Tristes, being its geographical coordinates Latitude: 30°16’91.14″N and Longitude: 3°61’3.82″W.
WHERE TO EAT IN GRANADA?
If you want to book in advance your restaurant before going to Granada do it through Eltenedor.es always recommend the best places to eat in each city. Find yours!