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Holidays To Granada

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Granada is one of the gems of Spain, most toured by travellers from around the world. The veteran metropolis of Moorish Andalusia has to provide the most significant memories of this period in Spanish history, with the world-popular "Alhambra" at the top of the list. Stroll between stunning gardens, delightful small roads packed with flowers, sit down in one of the classic taverns to savor some of that popular "Trevélez" ham and native wine, and inhale the years of history all about you. There are gypsies chanting "Flamenco", and don't forget to tour their popular "Cuevas" - caves - in the mountain of the monastery of Sacromonte where some of them currently still stay creating splendid craftwork. Situated at the base of the "Sierra Nevada", the Iberian Peninsula's tallest mountain-range with exceptional chances for winter-sports. The tallest summit is the "Mulhacén" at 3478 meters. Also it is not far from the Mediterranean ocean, so Granada is an exceptional city to tour during any season. Book holidays to Granada with Travel Center and gain from our all-inclusive holidays which include affordable flights, cheap lodging and flexible booking options. We at Travel Center are devoted to make sure that your holiday to Granada is unforgettable!


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Time Zone

UTC-04:00 hours

Airlines Flying

British Airways, Iberia, Vueling Airlines



Best Time to Travel

February to April, October to November

Modes of Transport

Bus, Taxi, Car

Currency Exchange Rate

1.00 GBP = 1.36 EUR

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Alhambra: A Masterpiece of Islamic Architecture

Positioned grandly on a secured slope with the snow-peaked Sierra Nevada Mountains as a scenery. This UNESCO-listed World Heritage Site is the leading cause to tour Granada and is a complete must-visit appeal. Residence of the Moorish leaders of the Nasrid Dynasty for 250 marvellous years, it's also an authentic museum of Islamic structure.

Albaicín: The Old Arab Town

For a captivating encounter, go astray in the hillside region of the Albaicín, a UNESCO-listed World Heritage Site. This ancient Arab district is snuggled into the hills of Sacromonte. Charming little alleys and whitewashed homes divulge the aura of Moorish personality.

Capilla Real

The splendor of Spain's Catholic Monarchs is ideally glimpsed at the Capilla Real (Royal Chapel), which holds the royal tombs. This magnificent 47-meter-tall arched chapel is joint to the Catedral Santa María de la Encarnación with a different entry; it was an inclusion to the cathedral constructed from 1506 to 1521 in Late Gothic manner.

Cathedral Santa Maria de la Encarnación

The exceptional Renaissance church in Spain, constructed by Queen Isabella as a memorial to the triumph of Christian Spain over the Moors. The 16th-century west exterior presents a huge consolation by José Risueño over the chief doorway. The northwest part of the cathedral is also splendidly adorned with elaborate statues.

The Gypsy Quarter of Sacromonte

This mountaintop district starts around the Cuesta del Chapiz where the Camino del Sacromonte climbs the hill. Roam the mountainside highways of this airy region to find the creative Gypsy homes. Take a look into the various cave residences inhabited by Gypsy families, who have adjusted well to the 21st century.

La Alcaicería (Arab Spice Market)

This customary Arab market is a restoration of the ancient Moorish fair that survived here before the fire in 1843 demolished the region. The whole district of the Alcaicería, a labyrinth of small roads, once supported the silk and spices market. Currently Alcaicería recollects the genuine market with various crafts and souvenir stalls.

Hammam Al Andalus: Traditional Arab Baths

Travellers could splurge in an overindulging encounter in the old Arabic custom. The Hammam Al Andalus are genuine Arab Baths in the Moorish manner. On the remains of an ancient hammam at the base of the Alhambra, the compound was entirely modernized and reopened to the public.

The 16th-Century Monasterio de la Cartuja

Behind the basic outer part and square is a particularly luxurious inside. The abbey’s beautifully adorned church is one of the costliest spiritual constructions in Spain. The 17th-century Baroque sanctuary leaves travellers astonished with its amazing exhibit of rich portraits, marble sculptures, gilded features, and magnificent altar pieces.


The summer gardens of the Nasrid leaders, intact with pools, fruit trees, flowers and collapsing streams. The delivery of the tiny ponds is delightful with their structures of oleander and myrtle. A rock step travels to the Upper Gardens which were once olive groves and currently possess a striking path and new gardens.

Parque De Las Ciencia’s Granada

Granada's superb science museum is situated just two kilometres (or a 15-minute walk) south of the heart of the city on Avenida del Mediterráneo, facing the Convention Centre. Likely the most invigorating museum for kids in Andalucía, but be advised that huge, loud school groups come in term-time, from Tuesday to Friday.