Andalucia

Things to Do & Attractions in Andalucia

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Aire de Sevilla

Hidden among the Santa Cruz neighborhood's maze of streets, you'll find – if you're looking carefully -- Aire de Sevilla. This spa-like oasis located in the ...  Read more

Albaicin

4.5 star rating: Recommended 14 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

Alcaiceria

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 58 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

Alcázar Califal Baths (Baños del Alcázar Califal)

4.5 star rating: Recommended 7 Reviews

Back in the 10th century, Cordoba was home to as many as one million residents and up to 600 Moorish bathhouses, the latter a true symbol of the southern ...  Read more

Alcazar de los Reyes Cristianos

4.5 star rating: Recommended 9 Reviews

Córdoba doesn't just have a Grand Mosque, but also a palace: the Alcázar de los Reyes Cristianos. Once the site of a Visigoth fortress, it was ...  Read more

Alcázar of Seville

4 star rating: Recommended 41 Reviews

Sights across the entire Spanish south have been shaped by centuries of Moorish and Catholic influence, and in few places is this more evident and captivating ...  Read more

Baños Árabes (Arab Baths)

4 star rating: Recommended 32 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

Basilica Macarena

3 star rating: Worth doing 32 Reviews

The chief attraction of the Basilica Macarena is La Macarena , or "the Virgin of Hope," a 17th century wooden sculpture of Christ's mother mourning ...  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

Cadiz

4 star rating: Recommended 51 Reviews

History-rich cities are plentiful in Spain, but Andalucia’s Cadiz has more than just a far-reaching past; it is believed to be the oldest, continuously ...  Read more

Cadiz Cruise Port

Cadiz is one of the oldest continuously-occupied cities in Europe dating its origins from around 1000BC when it was settled as a trading post by the ...  Read more

Camara Oscura

Towering high above the Andalusian city of Seville, looking out from the top of the Camara Oscura allows for some of the best views of the surrounding area. ...  Read more

Campo del Principe

Translated as Field of the Prince, this Granada square is said to be named after Prince Juan, whose late-15th-century wedding was supposed to be celebrated ...  Read more

Casa de la Guitarra

If truly intimate, soul-grabbing flamenco is what you’re keen to experience while in Seville, then look no further than the Casa de la Guitarra. The cozy ...  Read more

Casa del Rey Moro

Found in La Ciudad (the old town) of Ronda, the Casa del Rey Moro (House of the Moorish King) is built on the remains of a Moorish palace on the side of El ...  Read more

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