Things to see in Granada's city centre
Discover the best places for a hearty breakfast before a full day of sightseeing in Granada.
The spot where the bodies of Isabella I and Ferdinand II rest in Granada was not chosen by chance: this is the place where the Medieval world ended and the future of the Spanish Empire was established.
This square of Nasrid origin has quietly accompanied the city over hundreds of years and is today known for its restaurants, terraces, flower stands and Gigantones fountain
Granada is a top destination for stag parties and hen dos. Discover the countless activities to be enjoyed with friends.
Granada’s music festival calendar begins in May, so take note of these options for all musical tastes and budgets.
The essence of Granada is a perfect fit for couples Here are six activities for couples.
Feel like a romantic explorer—such as Washington Irving—in the Alhambra or hit the fun bar scene on Calle Pedro Antonio de Alarcón
Jot down the dates of all the fairs and festivals in Granada so you can experience the city in a different way.
To truly get to know a city, you must try its food. Learn about Granada’s cuisine and experience everything on your next visit.