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The Barrio Santa Cruz used to be the Jewish quarter. The streets are narrow and form a labyrinth. It’s easy to get lost among the jasmine-scented streets… only to discover a convent or a palace or a hotel. Many of the palaces have wrought iron gates...more
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We wandered around the streets of the Barrio on two different days. What fun to wander in and out the stores, stop for a bite to eat, photograph the area. Serpentine labyrinth of streets with the hustle and bustle one would expect.
We passed by Barrio Santa Cruz on our way to the Alcazar. After the Alhambra Decree was issued in 1492 the Jews were ordered expelled from Spain. However, the original layout of the neighbourhood seems to have been preserved since the times when the place...More
And give yourself a couple hours to wander. I read this, but sometimes guidebooks give info that either is outdated or perhaps other reasons. Well this place is lovely and fun to wander. Don't expect your GPS to work perfectly, but that is part of...More
Response from Sharron C | Reviewed this property |
If you walk down the barrio and through the sq and past the fencing and walk distraught ahead is a restaurant that has old and flamenco 20 euros sorry I cannot remember the name interesting has tables outside. A few... More
If you walk down the barrio and through the sq and past the fencing and walk distraught ahead is a restaurant that has old and flamenco 20 euros sorry I cannot remember the name interesting has tables outside. A few restaurants have ea flemenco dinner advertised. Enjoy Saville
Response from Stephanie S | Reviewed this property |
Lanzarote is in the Canaries more than a 1000 miles from Andalusia` I have never been to the Canaries Don't bother planning tours to mainland Spain in such a short time-even by private jet you would be wasting your time