Maktub Backpackers Guesthouse

Address: C/ Hospital Corpus Christi 7, Granada, Andalusia, 18010, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on C/ Hospital Corpus Christi 7, Granada, is near Generalife, Granada Cathedral, Plaza Nueva, and Palace of Carlos V.
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      Granada: One of the Most Beautiful Places

      A travel blog entry by bitty1414 on Jan 23, 2015

      1 comment, 136 photos

      ... fun and authentic. This concluded day one.

      On Saturday, we went to The Alhambra. This place was amazing. It contains these large gardens along with many other buildings that have been added throughout history. The main spectacle here is the Palace.This whole area was created by the Moors who held most of Spain and Granada for a long time until 1492, when the Christians finally took back Granada. The ...

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

      A travel blog entry by eagle10 on Jun 25, 2013

      18 photos

      ... a short tour along the way.

      Our first stop after leaving Toledo was the Windmills of La Mancha. These are of course famous from the novel Don Quixote de La Mancha, which was written by Miguel de Cervantes. Our driver expertly guided the large Bus through the very narrow streets and tight corners and up a narrow mountain road. The small parking lot was almost full, with two other large Buses parked there. We were given about half an hour to ...

      The Albaicin

      A travel blog entry by mariansdunbar on Dec 14, 2012

      1 photo

      On the other side of the river to the Alhambra is the Albaicin, an old moorish village on an equally steep hill. It has tiny alleys that wander around the hill. Some of them aren't named "calle" (street) but "Cuesta" (slope!). There were some fantastic views of the Alhambra lit up. Afterwards we needed to partake of a beer and the Granada tradition of receiving free tapa plate with your ...

      Penon de la Cruz

      A travel blog entry by mrvince1952 on Mar 11, 2012

      9 photos

      ... it. It's only when one of the beasts steps through the "fence" that I realise that it's a long time since the posts were connected with wire and that there's no difficulty in reaching the track below the "field".

      Beyond the track, Prado Negro is alive with day trippers and picnickers - there's a pub here and a large childrens' party is taking place. Hundreds of people around, but as far as I can tell, I'm the only one who's been up the Penon today!

      Day 2: All Things Alhambra --Getting Up There

      A travel blog entry by peregrinations on May 25, 2011

      2 photos

      ... outside the Alhambra. This was an area of town that I was not familiar with. My usual route to the Alhambra had been walking through the Plaza Nueva, then up Cuesta de Gomerez and through the Puerta de la Justicia. But, it is no longer a public entrance to the grounds and a the new entrance is a much, much further walk up the hill. In fact, today, most people don't see the Puerta de la Justicia since it is a bit off the beaten ...