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  • View of the Albaicín by night from the Mirador de la Reina observation point, Granada

A vibrant and multicultural city with a wide variety of monuments, of which the crowning glory is the Alhambra. Granada is all this, but much more: it's also flamenco, history and art.Read more...

What to see On the reddish hill of the Alhambra stand the Alcazaba fortress and the Royal Nasrid Palaces, with its numerous rooms linked by courtyards, gardens and fountains. The same hill is also home to the Generalife gardens and the Palace of Charles V, with the Alhambra Museum on its interior. It is also worth visiting some of the other high points in the city such as the Sacromonte neighbourhood and the old Arab quarter of El Albaicín, with its steep narrow streets and magnificent views over the Alhambra. The cathedral stands in the centre of the city and can be reached through the Royal Chapel, which is the burial place of the Catholic monarchs Ferdinand and Isabella. Festivities A good time to visit the city is during Easter week, with its religious processions. Gastronomy Granada is famous for its multitude of bars, traditional taverns and wine bars where you can enjoy the delicious 'tapas'. We recommend ordering gazpacho, the Sacromonte omelette, or cured ham from Trevelez. Nature Skiers will find themselves in their element with over 100 kilometres of ski runs at the Sierra Nevada ski resort, whereas sun-worshippers can head for the beaches in the south of the province.


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Granada


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Granada


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Granada


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