Hotel Corona Granamarb de Atarfe

C/ Cuba, 1, Atarfe, Granada Province, Andalusia, 18230, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on C/ Cuba, 1, Atarfe, is near Calle Navas, Carmen de los Martires, and Casa-Museo Federico Garcia Lorca.
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    Travel Blogs from Atarfe

    Gorgeous Granada

    A travel blog entry by kizzileona on Sep 06, 2014

    9 photos

    ... historical city and gardens on the outskirts of Granada visited by 2.5 million tourists per year. For this reason we went on a guided tour as you " skip the lines". Fernando our guide was very knowledgeable so it was worth it. Again wonderful tile work and gardens - around 6 kms walking to cover the area. We elected to walk back to the city afterwards through the forest area which was a lovely respite from the heat. We have been so lucky - only 1 day with any rain and blue skies every other ...

    La Corona with Clouds

    A travel blog entry by mrvince1952 on Jan 11, 2014

    15 photos

    ... the chain of limestone peaks to the west as far as El Chamizo and Pena Negra. The photos speak for themselves.

    After that, the cloud blows in again for a while and a second clearance isn't quite as spectacular - but who's complaining? Especially when there's the sight of a colourful partridge hopping around the cliffs on the way back. And, no, we didn't have it for dinner ...

    Reflection

    A travel blog entry by ar1656 on Jul 07, 2013

    1 comment, 193 photos

    ... out of tiendas on the strip. One day after shopping, I changed pace. I went to my homestay and dropped off my bags, headed to a local fruit store and bought fruit to take to the people that lived on my street. I have never seen people so grateful for so little. On occasion, in America when I have offered food to the homeless, they have refused and asked for cash instead. The amount of spoiled that Americans are didn't even phase me until I got to this country and lived here. ...

    A city with an interesting Moorish history.....

    A travel blog entry by eagle10 on Jun 25, 2013

    18 photos

    ... II and IsabellaI. The Alhambra (now a UNESCO World Heritage site) was a "palace city" built by the Moors during their rule. Following the capture of Granada by Christian forces, authorities allowed the Moors to practice their faith, but this tolerance was short-lived and numerous forced Christian Baptisms were implemented. Eventually the Muslim population was told that they would either have to either convert voluntarily to Catholicism or emigrate.
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    Granada, and of course Al Hambra

    A travel blog entry by johnsjourneys on May 15, 2012

    152 photos

    ... before the due time, and that the tour would take only two or two and a half hours. This advice was wrong in almost every respect. First, the ticket allows entry to the majority of the complex at any time. Second, to see the whole complex in any sort of detail takes most of the day. Third, it takes about two hours, following the recommended route, from the entrance to the control point for the entry to the Nasrid Palaces, ...