Hotel Conquista de Granada

Address: Avda Reina Sofia S/N, Peligros, Andalusia, 18210, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Avda Reina Sofia S/N, Peligros, is near Monasterio Cartuja, Carmen de los Martires, Trixi Madrid - Bike Tours, and Calle Elvira.
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    Travel Blogs from Peligros

    Granada and La Alhambra

    A travel blog entry by highama on Apr 16, 2015

    20 photos

    ... got for avoiding Mickey D’s on the Italy we’ve more than lost here in Spain. Oh well.) I knew of a chain called Lizarran that probably wouldn’t have the absolute best tapas we could find, but would certainly be a good way to ease the novice Americans into it, so we found one and asked the server to bring an assortment of chicken and pork pintxos, along with an order of patatas bravas. The restaurant just happened to be in a mall, so ...

    Under the Siege

    A travel blog entry by anya_chan on Dec 04, 2014

    13 photos

    ... maybe, after all, the prophecy was true and Boabdil didn't trick it with his surrender. Bloodless capture is still a capture. Your world is wearing off, Amir Boabdil.

    Alhambra fell but survived just as many captured castles. Along with the departure of its Islamic hosts also the Middle Ages ended in Europe and the ideas of Medieval West headed towards rebirth. So did the Fortress of Granada. It's been watching Europe for centuries in dignified silence, indifferent to ...

    The Alhambra

    A travel blog entry by daniellemcnicol on Sep 04, 2014

    56 photos

    ... in the 11th century by the Moorish king Mohammed Ben Al-Ahman. The palaces were built by the last Muslim emirs in Spain and the court of the Nasrid dynasty. Following the Reconquista by the Catholic Monarchs in 1492 some parts were used by Christian rulers. Charles V built a palace within the Alhambra in 1527, although he never took up residence. It was also at the Alhambra that Christopher Columbus was given his commission to go exploring for India (He found America instead). It was ...

    Olive Harvest

    A travel blog entry by alice-patrick on Dec 01, 2013

    8 photos

    ... We started at the outside edge of second net. These nets are about 12 ft x 40 ft so we couldn't just grab an edge and hold on, it was more like grab an edge, pull it up, roll the olives, grab the edge over to the left or right, pull it up and keep doing that until you can move forward. During this process the net around me billowed like a black cloud trying to trip me, so I would have to constantly re-adjust and try not to slide around too much. ...

    Sunny Spain

    A travel blog entry by erin_smolders on Sep 24, 2013

    5 photos

    ... crazy lunatic has gone running with the bulls, and found out that the girls have way more fun on a 'boys night out' than the boys actually do. We evaded the pickpockets of Barcelona and watched the passion and drama of the flamenco dancers. We enjoyed the refreshing taste of Kalimotoxo ( "cali-mocho", red wine & coke), ate more ham than ever before and embraced the spanish tradition of afternoon naps as well as dinner/ party's that go well into the night. We walked in ...