10 Things You Can't Miss in Granada
The Alhambra is the jewel of the Nasrid kingdom and the symbol of Granada. Find out prices and opening hours, and discover the history of Spain's most famous monument.
The Cathedral of Granada is one of the most important Renaissance buildings in Spain and a must-see in the city. Find out its opening times, prices and more.
The mortal remains of the Catholic Monarchs rest in the Royal Chapel, one of the essential visits in Granada. Find out prices, opening times and more.
Discover the artistic heritage housed in the Cartuja Monastery, one of the masterpieces of Spanish Baroque. Find out opening times, how to get there and more.
Discover the only Andalusian alhóndiga still preserved in Spain and travel to 14th-century Granada. Information, history and opening hours of the Corral del Carbón.
Get to know this ancient Arab university built in 1349 and discover the best preserved Nasrid salt in Granada. Find out the Madrasah opening hours and prices here.
The Museum of Fine Arts is the most important art gallery in Granada and contains more than 2000 works by artists such as Alonso Cano. Find out prices, opening times and more.
Discover this stately mansion full of history where San Juan de Dios spent his last days accompanied by the Pisa family. Find out prices, opening times and more.
This Arab souk is today a collection of narrow streets full of Arab craft and souvenir shops. Find out what to buy in the Alcaicería.
One of Granada's most famous streets runs alongside the Darro River and offers stunning views of the Alhambra. Find out what to see and how to get there.