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Named a World Heritage Site, this is the old Moorish quarter of Granada.
As featured in One Day in Granada
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On the hillside opposite the Alhambra, Granada, Spain
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+34 954 18 13 56
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Definitely worth walking up through this very old neighbourhood to make it to the Mirador de San Nicolas for a beautiful view of the Alhambra with the Sierra Nevada mountains as a backdrop.

Thank Philippe S
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Really enjoyed feeling the old fashioned cobblestone life of this area. Highly recommend for authentic Moorish Spanish experience. The only challenge is driving. If you stay there, book a place that has dedicated parking.

Thank Tabatha D
Reviewed 4 days ago

Get yourself lost in the labyrinth, narrow streets of Albayzin. Very interesting place to visit situated on a steep hill. It is the medieval quarters of moorish era which has retained its architectural features over centuries. Some of the houses have been changed into hotels...More

Thank Kasturi K
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Very nice to walk around but it's hilly with lots of steps so people with limited mobility might find it difficult.

Thank damosea
Reviewed 1 week ago

A very typical old quarter of the city. It includes some nice shopping streets (Moroccan) with Moroccan tee houses.

1  Thank Luis M
Reviewed 1 week ago

an old medieval town with long winding streets and narrow cobble lanes, One has to be a very good driver to manoeuvre about those narrow streets , many of which are just wide enough for one car to pass by with pedestrians pressed against the...More

1  Thank J2870QKangelah
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The beautiful meandering streets with historical monuments depicting the fantastic and rich islamic culture and architecture at its best. A definitely must to walk through the cobblestoned streets and visit the mosques. Unfortunately the opening timings of the cathedrals are dependent on the caretakers availability...More

Thank TayabNE
Reviewed 1 week ago

The best way to know and enjoy the Albayzin is to walk through its streets and even get lost, look for a seat and sit down to have a beer that always comes with "una tapa", talk to those around you, these people are friendly,...More

1  Thank MandhyMorales
Reviewed 1 week ago

Rented an appartment in the Albayzin and loved it. Easy to walk into the centre of Granada but lots of restaurants within easy reach. Great views from the Miradors - we loved exploring the cobbled streets.

Thank Tracey T
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We visited this area while ona Segway tour as this is the best way to do it or else you would be so tired as it is uphill. We had fun going through the narrow streets and discovering this area of Gitanos.

1  Thank Alain A
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SymnCwl
6 May 2018|
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Response from DebooinMA | Reviewed this property |
Great responses from everyone! You won't be disappointed in staying there. Granada and Albaycin remain to be the highlights of our trip to Southern Spain. Enjoy!
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Response from tomcat1949 | Reviewed this property |
There were eight of us on our last visit and had a fantastic guide. T/P +34655574373 and ask for Mirian. Reputable company but don’t think you’ll get the whole show for 6 euros, you’re trying to live the dream. Pay the fair... More
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Barbara H
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Response from Lollypop53 | Reviewed this property |
I recommend following the signs to the Alhambra and parking there. You can walk down to Plaza de Santa Ana which is the start of Albaicin. Alternatively you can catch the little red bus that costs 1€. You can walk up to... More
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