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Located in the center of the city center, the former Spanish home of Zafra, Casa de Zafra, is an emblematic place in the well-known district of the Albaicín. Today, the house has an excellent Interpretation Centre. Strolling through this Moorish neighborhood is a pleasure; the atmosphere oozes and life with tapas routes and small Asian-style shops. Albaicín is undoubtedly the the essence of Granadarecognized as a World Heritage Site since 1994, it awaits beautiful buildings such as the bridges over the River Darro, the walls, religious monuments and historical remains of Islamic and Christian civilizations. The famous Granada viewpoints are hidden in the narrow streets of the streets, from the Mirador de San Nicolás and Ermita de San Miguel, with spectacular views of the whole city, including the Alhambra.
Average temperature: 15°
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In the historic center impressive buildings, such as the Cathedral, the Royal Chapel and the Monastery of San Jerónimo, symbolize Christianity in Granada and demonstrate the devotion of the Catholic Kings by this beautiful Andalusian City. In Alcaiceria, the ancient silk market, visitors can buy original gifts and souvenirs to take home. Just a few steps further is the colorful Plaza Bib-Rambla, known for its numerous flower stalls. Close to the center, some old Arabic baths have been reconstructed conserving Islamic aesthetics, and today they offer relaxing spa experience which reminiscent of the Nasrid era.
The Alhambra, which means "red castle" in Arabic, is situated on the top of Sabika Hill, separate from the Albaicín and Alcazaba districts by the Darro River. The first signs of this construction date back to 889, when Granada was with the Caliph of Cordovan Sawwar ben Hamdun.
Its fascinating history along with its beautiful gardens and leafy surroundings this ancient palace is an architectural treasure that is worth visiting.
Granada is famous for its cuisine and generous tapas. Just order a cane in any bar or restaurant, your drink will be accompanied by a filling, filling space. Dishes such as fried fish, croquettes, meatballs, migas and stews with chips are the most popular. Don't stay in the first venue, then follow the tapas routes and test a few.