Puerta de Las Granadas

Cuesta de Gomerez, 14, Granada, Andalusia, 18009, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Realejo - San Matias area of Granada, is near Albaicin, Arab Baths (Banos Arabes), Iglesia de San Gil y Santa Ana, and Real Chancilleria.
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    Travel Blogs from Granada

    Tales from the Alhambra

    A travel blog entry by bakkepackers on May 26, 2014

    79 photos

    ... the complex in plenty of time to see everything.

    We started with the Generalife Gardens and Generalife Palace, built in the early 14th century. The gardens, in particular, were spectacular. We've seen a lot of impressive gardens since arriving in Western Europe, but these are definitely top three along with Versailles' and Villandry's. The Nasrid dynasty that ruled Granada apparently tried to emulate "paradise on earth" in everything ...

    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 ...

    Granada and Cordoba

    A travel blog entry by irajani123 on Dec 03, 2013

    1 comment, 25 photos

    ... that we were able to do some riding and she got an extra hour by herself so she wouldn't be held up by us newbies.

    From Granada, we drove to Cordoba to see its Mezquita and to take in some of its horse culture. The Mezquita is an amazing Mosque-Cathedral in the centre of Old Town. Originally built as a mosque in the 8th century when the Moors ruled Cordoba, a cathedral was built inside the mosque when the Catholic king Ferdinand ...

    Moorish delights

    A travel blog entry by hn_adventures on Sep 30, 2012

    47 photos

    ... catholic king). The design of this palace is very interesting - built as a circular structure within a square exterior (designed by a student of Michelangelo).

    We then saw the main sight at the Alhambra - the Nasrid palace (palaceous Nazaries). It has some interesting Moorish architecture, though definitely not as grand as some of the cathedrals and French chateaux we've seen so far. We ...

    Free Food

    A travel blog entry by caitlin_rose on Mar 12, 2012

    11 photos

    ... through, my favourite part was Palacio Nazaries, the plaster work on the walls was incredibly intricate, I wasn’t expecting Moorish architecture in Spain, it was a refreshing surprise and a nice change from the Roman stuff. On the advice of friend I went to find me some nun cookies, down a little winding street into a door way, with a little sign saying ring bell and ask for cookies, then you hear a rustling in the back and from a ...

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