The Holy Week in Granada is arguable the most celebrated festival for the community in Granada, and for Spain. If you are planning to visit during this time, here are some of the things you need to know . . .
10 top fun things to do and great Granada attractions to visit!
Here are our personal favourite fun things to do in Granada with kids: Travelling to Granada with kids can be great fun as there are so many fantastic Granada attractions to explore
Granada’s warm weather and its hidden squares and ancient terraces all lend themselves to open markets with clusters of stalls selling anything from fresh fruit and vegetables, fish and meat, to artisanal gifts and souvenirs. Take a little time to browse and barter with the locals, or find a nearby café and take in the atmosphere!
Granada is without a doubt, a city that has amazing architecture, a rich history and fabulous food which perfectly blends the Arab-Andalusian cuisine. Throughout the city, there is a wide variety of restaurants and bars that are capable of satisfying even the most demanding customers, all at reasonable prices. The flavourings used are a clear sign of the Arab influences in Granada, making the cuisine unique and interesting. Here are a few restaurants which will allow tourists and locals alike to have a taste of Granada’s rich cuisine and traditions.