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Alcaiceria

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"silk market"
in 6 reviews
"narrow streets"
in 6 reviews
"interesting shopping"
in 2 reviews
"leather goods"
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"tourist shops"
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"souvenirs"
in 10 reviews
"clothing"
in 4 reviews
"bargaining"
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"stalls"
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"tourists"
in 6 reviews
"marketplaces"
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"camel"
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"tat"
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"destroyed"
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"arabic"
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"pottery"
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Reviewed 1 week ago

These narrow streets were around a former Moorish silk market were full of lots of shops...a shopper's paradise really. I found a nice silver round pendent of a olive tree that I am particularly pleased with. It will be a found memory of our day...More

Thank Norma M
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Just off the square on the corner of the cathedral,these little ally ways are a great place to wander.They are packed with morrocan style goods but the really nice thing is you can browse and do not feel hassled into buying anything.The whole area has...More

Thank andrew w
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Reviewed 17 April 2018 via mobile

We stumbled upon this area when we were out wandering the streets of Granada. This area is great for souvenirs and shopping! Definitely something to see even if you don’t want to buy anything. We forgot to buy mint tea when we were in Morocco...More

Thank Elizabeth B
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Reviewed 9 April 2018

This is like a traditional Arab market place. Lots of winding streets and souvenir shops. It is covered by sheets so provides a welcome relief from the heat. Lots of bargains to be had here. Would definitely visit again.

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Reviewed 11 March 2018

If you like wandering around looking at trinkets , bags slippers cups and all sorts or tourist tat , this is the place to visit .Narrow streets, crammed full of every thing and no hard sell or pushy vendors trying to make you buy anything...More

1  Thank ab2pcs
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Reviewed 6 February 2018

The area known as Alcaicería used to be the Great Bazaar of Granada. Back in the glory days, the Alcaicería was home to over 200 shops. Nowadays, the shops are reduced to Calle Alcaiceria and many of them seem to be shut during low season,...More

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Reviewed 30 January 2018

I was really looking forward to this shopping street/spot but it didn't meet my expectation. It's a really small shopping street, was expecting a bigger place tbh. Also, every shops seem to sell the same/very similar things. Prices are okay ish I suppose, however, I...More

Thank XinnieY
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Reviewed 7 January 2018

It's a nice area to walk around, seeing a "little Arabia" in Granada. Most of the shops are souvenir shops for tourist. I was not really interested in the shops but the architecture. It's not far from the cathedral.

1  Thank Solodam J
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Reviewed 1 January 2018

Alcaiceria is on the site of the old camel market and situated next to the cathedral. Great if you're looking for souvenirs and you like these highly touristic places, otherwise take a glance and pass on to something more authentic.

1  Thank Nomadman411978
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Reviewed 24 December 2017

This is the old Arab bazaar and still retains that aesthetic. Many shops, mostly selling tourist souvenirs and other items with an Arabian flavour. It's right next to the Cathedral and worthwhile to stroll through.

1  Thank jchong
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Dana H
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Response from ElisabethL230 | Reviewed this property |
Possibly. You may have to look hard for authentic Moroccan jewelry, though. Much of what is in shops is designed for tourists. I'd find a quality jeweler and ask for a reference to a good source.
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