Apmeklējiet vietu Granada: jūsu ceļvedis

Granada’s a city for dreamers. You’ll see why when you float through the mystical Albayzín district, as glimpses of the Alhambra flash through rooftops. This mediaeval Moorish heartland has fired imaginations for centuries, from Hemingway to Lorca. See if you can resist its dreamy charms!

Lietas, ko darīt Granadā
Calle Navas
Slicing neatly through the city centre, Calle Navas is Granada’s most famous tapas street. Buy a beer in its buzzing bars and you’ll be rewarded with a free bite-size plate of something tasty – perhaps a hunk of Spanish omelette or a crispy croquette. The stand-out star is Los Diamantes, where locals elbow their way inside for Granada’s freshest seafood.
Plaza Bib-Rambla
This city-centre square is a people-watcher’s paradise of colourful flower stalls and pavement cafés. Tourist-friendly restaurants spill out onto bustling terraces all around Plaza Bib-Rambla, while more traditional tapas bars line the alleyways leading off the square towards Plaza de la Romanilla and Granada Cathedral.
Paseo de los Tristes
Follow the winding River Darro up from Granada’s Plaza Nueva and you’ll find yourself on Paseo de los Tristes. This wide cobblestone boulevard is lined with dozens of restaurants and bars specialising in Spanish and Andalusian cuisine. Traditional tapas dishes are served outside on its bustling terraces, with a side of stunning Alhambra views.
Albaicín
In the Albaicín, whitewashed alleyways are lined with old-fashioned eateries, winding upwards to viewpoints with breathtaking vistas of the Alhambra Palace. Granada’s most traditional neighbourhood is a tapas-lover’s treasure-trove – try Calle Elvira for a spot of bar-hopping, or head to the terraces around Mirador San Nicolás, where diners drink in stunning views of the snow-capped Sierra Nevadas.
Realejo District
Slightly off the main tourist trail, Granada’s ancient Jewish quarter clings to the slopes beneath the Alhambra Palace. Today the Realejo’s focal point is the bustling Campo del Príncipe Square, while its narrow streets are filled with tapas bars catering for all tastes, from the traditional home-like feel of Ávila to La Criolla’s ultra-modern fusion dishes.
Plaza de Toros District
Granada’s beautiful people can be found around the Plaza de Toros, where swanky eateries and bars are built into the bullring itself. In the surrounding streets, savvy locals hop from bar to buzzing bar, tucking into the house speciality for the price of a drink – from potatoes with alioli at Los Pescadores to the savoury Serrano ham served at Las Palmeras.
La Chana District
Just beyond Granada train station on the outskirts of the city, the down-to-earth La Chana district is a hungry foodie’s heaven. Tapas lovers queue for a sought-after spot on terraces of bars like El Arenal and Bar Teruel, where each drink is washed down with generous portions of traditional Spanish snacks.
Cueva de la Rocío
Set inside a converted cave, Cueva de la Rocío rings with authentic flamenco rhythms. This well-loved bar is tucked away in the historic gypsy neighbourhood of Sacromonte, which clings to the hillside facing the Alhambra Palace. Visitors can dine in style on traditional tapas, accompanied by heart-pumping live music, song and dance.
Zambra María la Canastera
Run by relatives of a legendary flamenco star, this humble Sacromonte cave house has been a magnet for music lovers ever since the 1950s. Tourists and locals alike flock to see María la Canastera’s family perform in a tiny space with pin-drop acoustics. Meanwhile, old photos, traditional pottery and well-preserved rooms give a taste of Granada life from days gone by.
Los Tarantos
One of Granada’s best known flamenco bars, Los Tarantos serves up typical Spanish food with a side of music and dance. Visitors tuck into traditional tapas, before crowding into an authentic Sacromonte cave house for the main event. Passions run high as the rhythm reaches a thrilling crescendo in a blur of colourful dresses, clicking heels and twanging guitars.
La Platería Peña Flamenca
Flamenco isn’t hard to find in Granada, but it’s rarely as authentic as this. Peña La Platería has a long history of fostering flamenco talent – some of Spain’s most celebrated stars started out here. Although strictly a private members’ club, it opens to the public every Thursday night in a whirl of colour, music and passion.
St Nicholas Viewpoint
Simply sublime. Onlookers have been stirred by the views up here for centuries. Gazing out from this hillside viewpoint, the Alhambra appears to soar up from the city beneath. Against the dramatic backdrop of the snow-dusted Sierra Nevada, it’s a breath-taking sight. As you sit and stare, husky-voiced buskers float flamenco melodies across the square. Shivers-down-spine stuff.
Calle San Nicolás
Royal Chapel
Isabel and Fernando, Fernando and Isabel. The “Catholic Monarchs” loom large in Spanish history. It was under their watch that Spain was unified, and the Moorish kingdom of Al-Andalus “reconquered”. Their earthly remains lie here in Granada, the scene of their greatest triumph. Entombed in marble, side by side, Fernando clutching his sword, Isabel with her lapdog at her feet.
Calle Oficios
Paseo de los Tristes Boulevard
Granada’s jam-packed with atmospheric spots to sit and soak up the Granadino vibe. This little promenade is among the best. Paseo de los Tristes nestles by the River Darro, cradled between two hillsides. The mazy Albayzín sprawls up behind you, and in front, the Alhambra’s towering ramparts stare down tantalisingly, visible but untouchable. Grab a bench and take it all in.
Paseo del Padre Manjón
Plaza Nueva
All roads lead to Plaza Nueva! You’ll inevitably find yourself crossing this square again and again, whether you mean to or not. It’s not only the central location that makes it a classic meeting point for locals. Flamenco buskers perform here virtually round the clock, tip-tapping and clip-clapping to keep any bystanders entertained. Join the party as you pass through!
Granada Science Park
Had your fill of free tapas and architectural gems? Hot-foot it to Granada Science Park and nourish your mind with its array of interactive exhibitions. Unwrap Egyptian mysteries in the mummy exhibit and contemplate the cosmos at the planetarium. Then wing it down to the daily falconry shows, before scaling the observation tower for a bird’s-eye view of the city.
Avda. del Mediterraneo
Granada Cathedral
Diego de Siloé found the perfect solution for joining a Renaissance dome with a Gothic layout. He joined the circular plan with the basilica plan, which earned him recognition from the architects of the time Origin: 16th Century. Period: 18th Century. Style: Renaissance.
Gran Vía de Colón, 5
Alhambra and Generalife
The Jewel of Nazarite Art. The Alhambra is known throughout the world as one of the most beautiful monuments ever built by human beings. World Heritage Origin: 11th Century. Period: 13th Century. Monuments: El Barrio del Albaycín El Generalife La Alhambra
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Hotel Casa 1800 Granada

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Alhambra Palace

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Granada Five Senses Rooms & Suites

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Gar Anat Hotel Boutique

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NH Collection Victoria

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8,6 Brīnišķīgi

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Room Mate Leo

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Ieteikumi par uzturēšanos Granadā

Touristy items here are quite cheap. The wooden marquetry is unique to Granada and you can find an artesano who makes them and sells them in the street off Plaza Nueva, on the way up to the Alhambra. Go in the mornings and immediately post siesta for a demonstration.

Some of the monuments are off the main streets. If someone suggests a monument to you, the monument will definitely be worth finding. They are not always well marked but they are worth the time to find them.

Granada is, probably, the most spectacular non-natural place in Spain. The history and mix of cultures that this city owns is live on each and every corner of the city.

Rich and various kind of tapas and meals, all kinds of food from high cuisine to street food is really good

Lovely to be able to visit the cathedral and to go up to the saccrimento, the old quater is facinating

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Kas vietā Granada ļauj izdzīvot vēsturi?

Alhambra . The road from Granada to Almuñecar El suspiro del muro A4050. Fantastic scenery.

Reserve all tickets for activities so no queing and reservations in restaurants

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Cik labi bija atjaunotas pilis vietā Granada?

Really well.

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