A Day in Granada

A day in Granada

Granada is the Cradle of Moorish kingdom, land of the conquerors and the conquered and full of history. Spring is the perfect season to visit Granada. If you only have a day in Granada, we have some recommendations to enjoy the perfect route to tour the city.

In the Morning: La Alhambra

La Alhambra

Granada enjoys being one of the most important cultural heritages of the country. The first is clear: the beloved and beautiful Alhambra, jewel of the Moorish kingdom and Historical Heritage Site by UNESCO. There are only two shifts a day to visit. We recommend going in the first round in the morning and do not go without tickets. Visit La Generalife, The Palaces and Gardens will take all morning to see but it is a worthwhile visit. Just think about how this is the second most visited monument in Spain!

Eating in Granada: The route from the top


The visit to the Alhambra will most definitely create an appetite for you so the best thing you can do to eat is march towards the center of the city and start enjoying the route in one of the cities with the best cuisine in Spain. For every beer you have you get in return an increasingly strong plate of food, and it’s almost free! The best places in town for tapas are Albaicin, Realejo, Plaza de Toros, Bib-Rambla, San Anton or Plaza del Campillo. Here is a guide to enjoy the best Granada tapas, enjoy!

In the Afternoon: La Catedral

La Catedral Granada

After a filling lunch accompanied by some beer or wine, what is better to continue discovering the monumental city. You should visit the Cathedral which was built as a symbol of Christianity and the conquest of the Catholic Kings who are buried in the Royal Chapel. It took almost 200 years to build and has passed through the hands of different Spanish architects. It is a symbol of the Spanish Renaissance.

By midafternoon, you should walk by the Carrera del Darro and drink on the terraces of the Paseo de los Tristes from where you can see the red towers of the Alhambra. As evening falls you can go to neighborhood of Churra or climb the Albaicin, the magical and bohemian neighborhood of Granada. Do not miss the sunset at the Mirador de San Nicolas where the Alhambra is filled with the background music of guitars of the flamenco singers that will dazzle and invite you back … You can be sure of that!

In the Evening


You will have the best night in a Flamenco Show in Sacromonte in the natural caves carved into the rocks. You have to experience the authentic and exciting show! And of course, you cannot help but take advantage of the party in one of the university towns of excellence. You cannot ask for more!

If you have nowhere to stay we can recommend the best hotels in the city. Granada has much to offer. All set for a quick visit to Granada?

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