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  • Lookout Point San Miguel Alto

    The path that leads to this lookout point isn't easy and, as well as a map, it is likely that you will need to ask somebody which street to take. I found myself 'lost' on several occasions, since there are a labyrinth of streets that can take you there. However, it is a...

    0 by Jessica, in What to do Granada, 3 months ago
  • Los Cármenes

    I wanted to give you a brief summary of Los Cármenes. They could be described as "typical gardens" of Granada. source On the way to the Alhambra, we find this area that is characterised by its cobbled streets, white houses, its high location in Granada, its always...

    0 by Kate, in What to see Granada, 5 months ago
  • Canela en Rama

    Canela en Rama is a small bar bar hidden on a corner in the centre of Granada. It's a small and welcoming place with decor that'll not leave you disappointed. Source It's a very special place - everything it offers, from their amazing tapas to their breakfasts, is...

    0 by Lisa, in Where to eat Granada, 10 months ago
  • Mae West

    Mae West is a nightclub with 5 rooms and an elevator. Entry on Tuesdays and Wednesdays is free , and during the rest of the week, entry is between €10 and €12 with two drinks . In the club, there are nights for everyone: Erasmus, primaverales, cruxes... The drink...

    0 by Ciaran, in Erasmus party Granada, one year ago
  • El Camborio Club

    Go up the Sacromonte path and you will reach far beyond the sacred I had already gone out partying in Granada, somewhat crazy and full of meaningless dances but full of fun, it was perfect. However once four other Erasmus students came, we wanted more than this, we...

    0 by Mireille, in Erasmus party Granada, one year ago
  • Granada, Spain

    Granada is a famous city in the southern part of Spain. Granada is located in a beautiful surrounding which consist with rivers and small hills. City is well famous among tourist due to the fact, The Alhambra, which is a Moorish citadel and palace. Apart from Alhambra...

    0 by Crazy, in What to see Granada, one year ago
  • Los Cahorros of Monachil

    For nature lovers, I would recommend going to Los Cahorros of Monachil. Located around 30 minutes from Granada and accessible by the 183 bus, Los Cahorros is the ideal place for a picnic and a walk. This place offers a magnificent view of the mountain reliefs and the...

    0 by Mireille, in What to see Granada, one year ago
  • 'Delengua' School

    When I arrived at Delengua, just 18 years old and having recently acquired my bac, I had 5 years of Spanish but could barely speak two sentences in a row, and rarely understood the answer... I had two wonderful weeks, which went by so quickly that I felt like I had just...

    0 by Will, in What to see Granada, one year ago
  • Kebab King

    What is it about this time? The time to talk about the type of food which with difference is repeated most in Granada after tapas places of course. I am talking about something that was already key to explain, the how they function here, how are the places in which...

    0 by Aamena, in Where to eat Granada, one year ago
  • The Alhambra

    My admiration for this wonderful place started a long time ago, but in September 2014 it really deepened. As I was traveling to Granada on my first Erasmus trip, I could not imagine how much I would fall in love with it. Even though for this first visit, the weather was...

    0 by Miriam, in What to see Granada, one year ago
  • The Federico García Lorca Park

    The children's park and children's swings at the García Lorca Park My favourite place in Granada is the García Lorca Park for the following five reasons: It's the most special park, solely because it has everything you're looking for - running tracks, children's...

    0 by Mireille, in What to do Granada, 2 years ago
  • Granada

    WHY I'M WRITING THIS ARTICLE This article deals with my trip to Granada in September and is dedicated to a person that takes a special place in my heart. Early September. 35 degrees. Madrid. Let's start the adventure. At the beginning, I thought that this trip would be...

    0 by Silvia , in What to see Granada, 2 years ago
  • Mirador de San Nicolás, Alhambra viewpoint

    The Mirador de San Nicolás, the most famous viewpoint in the city is an absolute must see in your route around Granada. This place is located in the neighbourhood of Albaicín, situated right opposite the Alhambra. (View of the neighbourhood of Albaicín and of the...

    0 by Samuel, in What to see Granada, 2 years ago
  • Los Cármenes

    Hi again Antonio! As promised, here's a short review of this park, along with some photos - only some of the ducks though, since I couldn't find any others searching through my computer which would show you something of this relatively large park. If you find yourself...

    0 by Helen, in What to see Granada, 3 years ago
  • Escuela Montalbán

    I went to this school forabout 3 months, and I can definitely recommend it to anyone that wants to learn Spanish but at the same time have an amazing experience! The teachers here, are just amazing. They always find ways to keep classes interesting as well as make sure...

    0 by Bas, in What to do Granada, 3 years ago
  • La Casa Cubana de Nancy

    La Casa Cubana de Nancy is one of those hidden places in Granada where, if you've never been there, you've missed something important in the city. Nancy and her family have been for many years serving the best Mojitos I've ever had in Granada. Mojitos and Caipirinhas,...

    0 by Miguel, in Cafe, cocktail, beer Granada, 3 years ago
  • La Alhambra y Generalife

    If we think of Granada, the first thing that comes into our mind is the Alhambra. The huge palace complex is one of the most known and visited places in Andalusia. I made a trip to the south of Spain during my stay in Barcelona and today I am going to tell you why the...

    0 by Charlotte, in What to see Granada, 3 years ago
  • Albaicin Quarter

    Albaicyn Quarter, to me, is a Muslim resident area which was influenced strongly by this religion's architecture. All the houses are painted in white with symbolic front gates and gorgeous botanic gardens. If you are lazy for a walk, you can take the bus C1 leaving from...

    0 by Mia , in What to see Granada, 4 years ago
  • Granero

    I'm not gonna say a lot of things about this place. For me it's the best place to go on a Wednesday night. They have an Erasmus party and the staff there is really friendly. Beers is 1-2 euros each and you don't pay the entrance. The DJ is really good and really...

    0 by Vasilis, in Erasmus party Granada, 4 years ago
  • Mirador San Miguel Alto

    San Miguel Alto its the highest viewpoint in Granada. You can go there by walking 30 minutes from center. It has an amazing view of Granada center and Alhambra. I suggest you go there with a bottle of water because its far away of civilization. Many people go there for...

    0 by Vasilis, in What to see Granada, 4 years ago

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