Good information. Interesting but just ok. Intense hike up to. Recommend taking bus. Even after bus still steep incline.
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This is where it all started. Lovely area to explore cave bars and restaurants. Even better place to experience true falamenco- flamenco from the heart. All dacing and singing and guitar playing here is done with passion, pure passion. Some amaxing artists/artistes. A must place...More
Much better and less crowded views of the Alhambra from Sacromonte. Charming cave houses and authentic flamenco. You can enter some of the cave houses for a €1 entrance fee.
Take the bus, or a taxi from Granada to the bottom steps and take a steep ascent by steps to these wonderful cave settlements now a tourist attraction. All cave dwellings have been converted to themes reflecting the lives, and pursuits of the previous occupiers....More
We aught the bus up to Sacromente and had a short but steep uphill walk to the "museo (museum) cuevas del Sacromente" It was well worth it, there were several caves each providing a different insight to how they were used in the early 20th...More
We were fortunate enough to have a cave home to stay in for our visit to Granada, courtesy Airbnb. If you stay here you need to pack light as access to many of the houses is away from the road vehicles can go on. The...More
This was one of the best things we did while visiting Spain for two weeks. We did a tour (separate review) so were able to hear all about the history of this beautiful place. The cave houses are so unique and we were lucky enough...More
You must go visit Sacramonte home of the gypsys, flamenco and cave houses- loved the little cave museum- we actually took a taxi to the top of Sacromonte 4 euros, where the cave museum is as it's all built on a steep hill couldn't face...More
If you looking for a nice and authentic evening show in Granada, Sacromonte is the place you should visit, all the places have usually 2 shows, on e around 9pm and the second one around an hour later. Highly recommend The normal ticket price is...More
We went to see the caves, visited the museum and walked back into town. Really nice wander about the museum was OK and gave good background into flamenco and gypsy culture. Stopped at a restaurant and got told off for only ordering jug of sangria...More