Andalucia

Things to Do & Attractions in Andalucia

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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

Casa Natal Picasso (Birthplace of Picasso)

3 star rating: Worth doing 1 Review

Picasso’s life in Spain spanned nearly all of the country’s corners, from the northwestern region of Galicia to big-city Barcelona, and, of course, Andalucia, ...  Read more

Castillo de Gibralfaro

The Castillo de Gibralfaro sits high above the seaside port of Malaga and can easily be seen by any traveller meandering about the city. It shares its history ...  Read more

Cathedral and Royal Chapel (Capilla Real)

2.5 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better 6 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

Centre Pompidou Malaga

If you’ve heard of the Centre Pompidou before, it’s likely because it’s one of the most famous art museums in Paris. The first one to exist outside of France ...  Read more

Cervantes Theatre (Teatro Cervantes)

Designed by Málaga’s civic architect Gerónimo Cuervo in the late 19th century, the Cervantes Theatre was built in imposing Neo-classical style to ...  Read more

Church of Santa Ana (Iglesia de Santa Ana)

The Church of Santa Ana is the oldest church in Seville. Located in the Triana neighborhood, the 13th-century church is home to impressive sculptures, ...  Read more

Constitution Square (Plaza de la Constitucion)

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 1 Review

Malaga’s largest and most iconic public square, the Plaza de la Constitution holds significance in both the city’s past and present. Serving as a public space ...  Read more

Contemporary Art Museum Malaga (Centro de Arte Contemporáneo)

Málaga’s Contemporary Art Museum – or, “CAC Málaga” – is a 20,000 sq ft (6000 square meter) multi-use space, with about ⅓ of its size given over to ...  Read more

Cordoba

4 star rating: Recommended 1370 Reviews

A heady mix of Roman, Moorish, Jewish and Christian ingredients make Cordoba one of Andalusia’s most fascinating cities. The city was once at the center of the ...  Read more

Cordoba Synagogue

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 1 Review

Located in the heart of Córdoba's Jewish Quarter, and just blocks away from the Mezquita, sits one of Spain's most unique connections to the past: the ...  Read more

Doñana National Park

4 star rating: Recommended 6 Reviews

One of Europe’s most significant wetland reserves, Doñana National Park is a large protected area spanning nearly 3,000 square kilometers across three ...  Read more

El Arenal

4.5 star rating: Recommended 5 Reviews

Snuggled up against the Guadalqivir River’s east bank and set amidst some of Seville’s most storied streets, you’ll wander upon El Arenal. Its name (arena ...  Read more

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