Cervantes

23 Cervantes, Granada, Andalusia, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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Location

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

The Gaudíest city in Spain

A travel blog entry by avrilabroad on Aug 22, 2014

4 comments, 16 photos

... in the plaza.

I'd be the last person to decry the value of a well-written guidebook. They contain information that often enriches the experience of a place I'm visiting or a sight I'm viewing. Sometimes the commentary is witty and entertaining. And in some cases (Le Guide du Routard being a prime example), they lead me to hidden, delightful places I would never have found on my own. But some days I need to balance out being led with simply following my own ...

Granada Day Trip

A travel blog entry by heidif on Jul 02, 2014

25 photos

... The chapel was beautiful and filled with art and decorations. On display are the royal crown and scepter as well as the King's sword. The tombs are decorated with massive marble effigies above the crypt. Below you walk down stairs and peer through a dark window to view the lead coffins holding the royal bodies. Very creepy and weird to know that those coffins hold the remains of the King and Queen who sent Columbus and his crew across the ...

Granada;The Historic capital of the Moorish Spian

A travel blog entry by fikerehman on Feb 23, 2014

20 photos

... sat on this chair when he handed over the key to the city of Granada to King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella after they had laid siege around the city. Thus the city fell without a fight and Alhambra was spared from destruction. This event known in history as the “Spanish Re-conquest” marked the end of Muslim rule in Spain.

If Spain is your future travel destination, the City of Granada and a visit to Alhambra Palace is a must on any ...

Granada Paseo

A travel blog entry by barry.mcdonald. on Nov 20, 2013

17 photos

... minimum travel language in any country is the language of manners (greetings, farewells, thanks, apologies), most other necessary stuff seems to be possible by non verbal means.

My other observations for today are that too many Europeans still smoke a lot and I find it hard to live with. I am so glad Oz has removed this habit from public life, almost. Also, the French and the Spanish are mad about little dogs and take them everywhere.

The soup at home tonight was ...

Welcome to Spain

A travel blog entry by henriksenv on Sep 15, 2013

45 photos

... be able to find one somewhere.] Update: found an iron, thank god. Such a pain! On the first morning we bought some croissants, and sat at a corner bar and drank cafe con leche - so good! After desayuno, we walked down to the city center. One of the first things we saw was a wedding. we've only been here 36 hours, and we've seen at least 6 weddings. "Granada" means pomegranate, and there are pomegranates everywhere - on the light poles, the bollards, etc etc. ...