Monuments and tourist attractions

Monuments and tourist attractions

What are the main tourist attractions in Granada? Discover the best monuments of the city and don't miss out on any of them.

Tourist attractions

The Alhambra

The Alhambra is the jewel of the Nazrid kingdom, and the symbol of Granada. Get to know its price and opening times, and the history of the monument.

Granada Cathedral

The Granada Cathedral is one of the most important renaissance buildings in Spain and an unmissable sight in the city. Discover its opening times and price

Royal Chapel

The earthly remains of the Reyes Católicos can be found in the Royal Chapel, one of Granada's must-see attractions.

Cartuja Monastery

Discover the artistic heritage of the Cartuja Monastery, one of the most stunning works of the Spanish Barroque. Opening times, directions and more.

Corral del Carbón

Discover the the last Nazarid Granary in Spain, and return to the Granada of the 14th century, get information, history and Corral del Carbón.


The ancient Arab University was constructed in 1349 and is home to the best preserved Nazaid hall in all of Granada. Discover its opening times, and price.


This old arab souk is today a mass of narrow streets filled with shops selling Arab souvenirs and artisanal wares. Find out what to buy in the Alcaicería.

Monastery of San Jeronimo

Discover the first monastery built in Granada after the Conquest and visit one of the most impressive churches in the city. You'll find the opening hours and prices here.

Carrera del Darro

One of the most famous streets in Granada runs alongside the Darro river, offering stunning views of the Alhambra. Directions and what to see.

The Bañuelo

One of the most important traditions of the Arab world is the hammam. Arab baths are filled with history and these are a finest example of this in Granada.

Basilica of San Juan de Dios

This Baroque church named after St. John of God houses the remains and personal objects of one of the most venerated saints of Granada. Learn more the site here.

Sacromonte Abbey

Discover Sacromonte Abbey and visit the caves where the remains of San Cecilio, the patron saint of Granada, were found. Learn more about this site.

Carmen de la Victoria

This traditional Granadian house is the prime example of Albaicin architecture. You can find the opening hours and location of Carmen de la Victoria here.

Palace of the Cordova family

This 16th century palace merges Renaissance and Mudejar styles, creating a unique building. Find out how to go to visit it.

Bib-Rambla Square

Discover Bib-Rambla, a square of Nasrid origin full of stores and cafes that has retained its essence over the history of Granada.

Royal Hospital

This former hospital founded by the Catholic Monarchs in the 16th century is a prime example of Renaissance architecture. Opening hours, location and more.

House of Zafra

This 14th century Nasrid house reflects the Arab lifestyle and the history of the Albaicin. Opening hours and price of the House of Zafra.