Granada

Granada Attractions

The Alhambra

4.5 star rating: Recommended 415 Reviews

The Alhambra is not only Spain’s greatest architectural treasure, but one of the world’s wonders. It might not wow you right up front like a Taj Mahal or a ...  Read more

Generalife Gardens

4.5 star rating: Recommended 72 Reviews

The Generalife was built as a summer palace for the Muslim emirs, a place of retreat where they could kick back with their harems and take some time away ...  Read more

Nerja Caves

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 6 Reviews

The enormous prehistoric Caves of Nerja boast extensive grottoes, archaeological remains and the world’s largest column, rising upwards for 32 meters (105 ...  Read more

Alcaiceria

4.5 star rating: Recommended 34 Reviews

A maze of narrow streets running between Plaza Nueva and Plaza Bib-Rambla in the historic Arabic quarter of Granada, the Alcaicería was once a lively Arab ...  Read more

Hammam Al Andalus Granada

4.5 star rating: Recommended 6 Reviews

Located at the foot of the Alhambra, and just past Santa Ana Church, sits the tranquil Hammam Al Andalus Granada. This is where after a long day of padding ...  Read more

Plaza and Mirador de San Nicolás

4 star rating: Recommended 46 Reviews

The biggest draw of Granada’s UNESCO-listed Albaycin quarter is the hilltop Mirador de San Nicolás, a small raised plaza that lies in front of the San ...  Read more

Sacromonte

4 star rating: Recommended 45 Reviews

Sacromonte is traditionally Granada's Gitano quarter, and these days is the epicenter of the city's flamenco-based tourist trade. Spilling down the sides of ...  Read more

Baños Árabes (Arab Baths)

4 star rating: Recommended 24 Reviews

A hallmark of Granada’s Moorish tradition is its use of water – fountains, pools, trickling streams, and of course the Baños Árabes (Arabic ...  Read more

Albaicin

4 star rating: Recommended 7 Reviews

The Albaicin (also spelled Albayzin or Albaycin) is Granada's old Muslim quarter, and its steep twisting streets still have a medieval feel. With its white ...  Read more

Cathedral and Royal Chapel (Capilla Real)

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 59 Reviews

Situated side by side, the Cathedral and the Royal Chapel (Capilla Real) together make an impressive monument to the power of Christian monarchs. The ...  Read more

La Cartuja Monastery (Monasterio de la Cartuja)

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 51 Reviews

The church of the Monasterio de la Cartuja is where Spanish late-Baroque hits its lavish heights. It was begun in the 16th century and building continued for ...  Read more

Monasterio de San Jeronimo

3 star rating: Worth doing 1 Review

The great Catholic monarchs Ferdinand and Isabel founded the Monasterio de San Jerónimo in the 16th century. They tried situating it in Santa Fe, but ...  Read more

Plaza Nueva

2 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better 2 Reviews

As Granada’s oldest city square, Plaza Nueva has long been at the center of local life and its strategic location at the foot of the Alhambra palace means many ...  Read more

Bib Rambla Square (Plaza Bib Rambla)

Also known as the Plaza de las Flores (Square of Flowers), the pedestrianized Bib Rambla is an elegant and ancient square at the epicenter of Granada’s ...  Read more

Palace of Carlos V

The Palace of Charles V is a carefully designed statement of triumph and prestige. By building a royal residence in the heart of a conquered Muslim citadel, ...  Read more

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