23 Cervantes, Granada, Andalusia, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Genil area of Granada, is near Granada Cathedral, Plaza Nueva, Palace of Carlos V, and Plaza de Toros.
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Travel Blogs from Granada

Tales from the Alhambra

A travel blog entry by bakkepackers on May 26, 2014

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... that we opted not to pay to enter. We returned to the Albayzin for a couple of bocadillos (cheap sandwiches), then went back to our room for our own mid-afternoon siesta time before making our way to the Alhambra.

At last, the Alhambra! Since our tickets to the Nasrid Palaces were the last time slot of the day, we had to make sure to see the rest of the gigantic complex before then. After climbing a very steep, long hill and ...

A place I will never forget

A travel blog entry by mistere on May 26, 2014

3 comments, 16 photos

... there appears to me (I admit this may well be a misinformed comment) a lack of ambition or imagination. Perhaps like most countries Spain concentrates on what it’s good at and that’s why the Spanish are so passionate about football.

I booked into a no frills (absolutely none!) camping motel and set out to look at Granada city centre. It was a two mile walk into the centre which is a nice distance, not too far but ...

Crowning Glory of Islamic Spain

A travel blog entry by gordon.ye on Dec 24, 2013

9 photos

... making a come-back to this city. Thanks to the preservation efforts of people like American author Washington Irving, the Alhambra still evokes resplendent paradise it was designed to be by its Muslim kings. Granada's beauty has managed to outlast its past misfortunes.

The Alhambra Palace comprises of the Nasrid Palaces built by the 13-14th century Muslim rulers, and Carlos V Palace built by conquering Christian kings in ...

Day 71-74 - Football, Tapas and Sun

A travel blog entry by abs08 on Oct 28, 2013

2 comments, 6 photos

... times to visit the palaces. Our tickets are for 12pm. We arrive at the gates after a good 20 minutes of uphill walk and make our way straight to the Nasrid Palaces. There are three palaces designed by Arab kings during the Muslim dynasty using horseshoe arches (which is meant for good luck and destiny), incredible hand crafted patterns on columns and ceilings made by chiselling stone and lots of Arabic writing, again chiselled in stone. We visit Patio de los Leones ...

Day 15: Granada continued

A travel blog entry by phoenix7 on Aug 26, 2013

Today was a great day in many ways. I checked out, stored my luggage and headed off to a hammam - a traditional Arabic baths day spa! As I passed into the change rooms, white and gold silky curtains were swept aside for me (Am i Princess Jasmine?? Where is my pet tiger?!) I had an hour and half to roam around as I pleased, interchanging between the cold, warm and hot baths, as well as the steam room and tea drinking area. During this time I also received a ...