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The plaza itself is just a square surrounded on all sides by restaurants and cafes. The prices and fare are varied so just walk through to get a feel of the whole place. The little side roads lined with small shops have a lot of...More
March 2017 No place is more emblematic of the ´´Christian´´ part of Granada. Surrounded by 19th Century town houses, shaded by leafy lime trees - and in the midst of a large pedestrian zone - the Plaza Bibarrambla is the real heart of the city´s...More
This plaza has a lovely local feel to it and is fun for eating and people watching. Select your restaurant carefully! Some of them just provide "tourist food" to people who can't tell the difference. Look at the tapas first and maybe try one to...More
One of Granada's many squares with a fountain at the centre, in this case the supporting figures seem to have the weight of the world on their shoulders. This is one of the larger squares surrounded by shops and restaurants and is a great place...More
Granada along with other Spanish cities has many of these wonderful plazas, or I guess what we would call squares. This is then just one of many - a wide open space lined with the usual shops and restaurants with a delightful fountain thrown in...More
Bars Restaurants Shops and Street performers and a fountain , only a few minutes walk from the Cathedral .Its no different to any other plaza to be honest and has the usual places to eat drink and watch the world go by .