One of the best things to do in Granada is to visit the Cathedral of the city which towers over the city with its tangle of buildings. If you are visiting with your children Granada, you should visit the Science Park which is a 15-minute walk from the centre of Granada. It is located just 15 minutes from the historic centre of the city and is a fascinating place to visit and you will have learnt a lot of things.

The Monastery of San Jeronimo is one of the most impressive Catholic buildings in Granada. In the centre of Granada, there is no better place to start your visit than the Cathedral of Granada. The cathedral of Granada has Moorish influence like many places in Spain and boasts beautiful Renaissance architecture dating from the 16th century.

One of Spain's most important tourist attractions, the stunning Alhambra Palace sits atop a hill surrounded by forests overlooking the city. It was built in the 11th century by Moorish King Mohammed bin al-Ahmar as the area was ruled by Muslims from North Africa. Inside the Palace, Charles V. had the Holy Roman Emperor himself built as a tribute to his grandparents Ferdinand and Isabella, who in 1492 ended the Moorish rule of Granada and took over it for the Christians.

Granada also holds one of the most prominent tourist attractions in Spain, the impressive Moorish Alhambra Palace. In short, Granada is a place full of history, culture, and some of the best food in the world with palaces, summer houses, forts, and small, beautiful, enclosed towns all in one place. The Palacio dar al-Horra is a beautiful Moorish palace, the mother of the last Moorish king of Granada and has beautiful rooms that surround a central courtyard.

There on the hills above the Alhambra, in a typical quarter of the city, in narrow streets lined with old Arab houses, Granada's most famous viewpoint is for its gypsy caves and beautiful nature. Carmen de los Martires Gardens and Park. Once you are on the hill to visit the Palace, do not go without a first walk through the city's gardens. Come down from the hill and walk towards the palace, and the gardens are one of those lovely places to chill out in a city.
As you might expect, Granada is full of attractions and monuments to explore, from the great Alhambra Fortress to the old Moorish Albayzin Quarter, amazing street art, great tapas bars, and funny annual festivals. History is a heady mix of cultures in the ancient streets of Granada, where one minute you can bathe in spectacular Islamic architecture, the next you can explore Catholic monasteries and watch gypsies and flamenco shows. The picturesque, whitewashed streets of Albayzin and Generalife, the gardens and beautiful tiled walls of the Alhambra Palace make for great photos.

Granada, a place rich in culture, colour, and fabulous architecture. We hope you like Granada as much as we do. From the Alhambra to the charming barrios, Granada is a place bursting at the seams, full of history, culture, and some of the best food in the world, and its magic is so unceasing that you can feel it as soon as you step onto the first cobbled street.

You will be able to experience the historical context of the places you can visit during some 2-3 days in Granada with some great local recommendations. At the top of the Alhambra is the courtyard where the gardens of the Emir of Granada escaped the summer heat. Starting from Plaza Nueva you will reach Carrera delarro, the most beautiful street in Granada. At the end of the street is Paseo de los Tristes, a lively meeting place in the city and a popular place to eat.

How lazily the sun goes down in Granada, it hides beneath the water, it conceals in the Alhambra! Ernest Hemingway

Granada is a major attraction and one of the most iconic sights in Andalusia is the Alhambra. The beautiful Nasrid Palace, built in the 13th and 14th centuries by Nasrid King, the last Moorish ruler of Granada, houses some of the most magnificent interiors.

Nestled in the foothills of Sierra Nevada, Granada is one of the best places to visit Spain. The Cathedral of Banuelo and the Cathedral of Granada are in the city centre, only a 5-minute walk from each other.

Compared with San Nicolas, San Miguel Alto viewpoint not only provides the best views of Granada but is also the most impressive, making it an excellent starting point for a two to three-day city tour. The Albayzin is one of the main attractions of Granada and is in the historic Arab quarter of the city.