Very romantic quarter, by night like a fairytale. The further up the cheaper and more authentic, but on the whole something you don't want to miss!
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This is an area of Granada that is dominated by the Arabic influence. There are great little restaurants and fantastic shopping. You can also climb the narrow streets to get an amazing view of Alhambra. If you visit Granada this area is not to be...More
It is a vibrant area full of cafes, souvenir shops and walkable narrow streets with a great view to Alhambra on above. There is a small river and beautiful park where you can take pictures. Advisable to climb up to the hill in order to...More
Walking through the streets took us back to Morocco with all of the shops filling the streets. We walked to the Mirador San Nicolas which has a beautiful view of the city and Alhambra.
From this area one can get great views of the Alhambra. Also wonderful winding paths and streets to walk along, and interesting architecture. Go up the tower of the Church of St Nicholas - the church is currently closed for renovation, but the tower is...More
We've been here on walking tours when visiting Granada the narrow streets are beautiful and interesting. The views at night of the Alhambra are perfection.
We strolled along winding narrow streets, stretched our arms and touched the walls of the houses on either side, lost our way but didn't regret. It's a neibourhood with a difference. Suitable for any time of the day and any mood.
You can take the bus to Albayzin and wander the small streets and alleyways and in the evening you should book for a Flamenco.
We stayed in the area and enjoyed exploring the shops, restaurants, streets, etc. There is a distinct Arabic influenc, which we enjoyed exploring on foot.