Things to do in Granada

Top Things to Do in Granada, Spain - Granada Attractions

Things to Do in Granada

Top Attractions in Granada

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  • AAA1971KL
    Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia77 contributions
    Absolutely stunning place to visit. Intricate architecture, gorgeous gardens, beautiful flowers and breathtaking views.
    Written 26 May 2022
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  • boo98
    Leduc, Canada253 contributions
    The gardens and grounds are lovely. Would most certainly recommend going a spend a couple hours. Take your passport as you won't be able to get in without it
    Written 26 May 2022
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  • FJB774
    Singapore, Singapore442 contributions
    Its a free vista from the hill on the other side of the Alhambra
    The small winding streets are picturesque and very quaint and very easy to get lost in !
    Written 22 May 2022
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  • mairi315967
    Saffron Walden, UK136 contributions
    Had drinks in the little bar in the square where they served delicious free tapas! A portion of paella, and then patatas bras!
    Written 22 May 2022
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  • Chase C
    20 contributions
    Worth the visit but you must plan the visit in advance as the Alhambra is always full and tickets are hard to get especially in the peak season.
    Written 22 April 2022
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  • Edna N
    Singapore, Singapore7 contributions
    Was so awed by this basilica . Appreciate being able to come up close to see the art and artefacts . Well worth the admission fee with audio guide . Find the audio guide confusing and was too fast pace . Wasn’t able to locate the object he was talking about . Love the vases, ceramic tiles , wall and ceilings
    Written 14 May 2022
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  • NTXTravelBug60
    Dallas, TX113 contributions
    Very interesting. I wish we had scheduled a tour so we were a little more certain where we should go and what we were seeing. We poked our heads into a couple of places--it was late in the day and we were short on time--I wish we had allowed more time and studied it a bit more. I would like to learn more about it. Next trip!
    Written 19 May 2022
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  • Tori
    Wisconsin106 contributions
    For the price, this is a good visit. No photos allowed, but cool exhibits and worth the walk through.
    Written 21 May 2022
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  • SwampeastMike
    Cape Girardeau, MO3,145 contributions
    While a significant section seemed to be closed during our late August visit, the experience was nonetheless enjoyable.

    We caught the twice daily outdoor birds-of-prey exhibition shortly after entering and despite our poor Spanish caught the gist of what was said and enjoyed the show. An owl circled my head (I'm tall) and the eerie silence reminded me of the time an owl in the wild did the same to me at twilight and had me wondering about ghosts until I saw it perched just above me.

    The standout to us was the taxidermic display that finds large groups of predator(s) encountering prey mounted together as if suspended in air with mere points of contact.

    The gardens were fair to explore.
    Written 23 September 2021
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  • Aramis T
    Wellington, UK49 contributions
    Walking amongst the collection of religious art, nothing prepares you for the stunning exquisite decoration of the main hall with its sumptuous paintings and craftsmanship. though many say that the monastery and the Alhambra should compete for the top position, this isn't fair as they are both top of their respective class's for architecture and beauty, they're just in different classes.
    Written 14 April 2022
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  • Chase C
    20 contributions
    This area by the river is easily one of the loveliest places for a walk in Granada. It is an easy walk too, by the river and mostly flat land. Highly recommended.
    Written 22 April 2022
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  • Louis Cecile
    London, UK222 contributions
    This is a famous street in Granada for talk a long promenade to take in the beauty of the city. You will pass some great restaurants for refreshments. However, it is for looking at the old houses, the stream and scenic views of Alhambra in the distance that dominates the skyline. There are various tourist shops and a venue to watch traditional flamenco dancing. It has a charm as you dodge the taxis and buses that frequent the street. The cobblestones help to transport you to ancient times and you can only but wonder about days gone by.
    Written 12 July 2021
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  • Leah G
    3 contributions
    After the Alhambra this is my next recommendation. The sculptures and paintings are just fantastic, and we saw so many churches on our trip to Spain.
    Written 22 May 2022
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  • madel206
    Bristol, UK13 contributions
    Wow - we were blown away by the gardens of this lesser known museum in Granada. It is situated close to the Alhambra and well worth a visit.
    Our guide William was very knowledgeable and enthusiastic and took delight in surprising us with the eclectic mix of architecture and detail that the gardens and tunnels had to offer.
    We visited simply because a ticket was included within our Alhambra package but we were so pleased that we had taken the time to do so.
    Keep up the great William - you are a star!
    Written 16 February 2020
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  • broth2011
    Flower Mound, TX4 contributions
    An intimate, wonderful way to experience Flamenco during December 2021. We found some reviews on line and decided to try La AlboreA when we made a quick trip to Granada from Madrid. Very passionate and authentic and enjoyed this group of 4. The guitarist is very talented. There were a few foreigners in the audience but also quite a few spaniards vacationing.
    Written 21 March 2022
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