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Hotels in Granada

Spain's youthful spirit can be felt strongly in Granada, which is at the southern base of the Sierra Nevada. It's also a university city filled with inspiring street art and buzzing nightlife. A vast array of Granada hotels gives you lots of choice on any budget. As there are a number of religious buildings and monuments in the city, rates are often higher around holidays such as Easter.

Getting around

The city centre is very level and easy to stroll around. You can take suburban and intercity routes from Granada Bus Station, which also has car rental companies, a restaurant and luggage lockers.

The main hub in and out of Granada is the train station, linking the city to Malaga, Barcelona and Seville. You can also change at Linares-Baeza station to get to Madrid.

Andalusian architecture

You can see the evolution of the city at the Archaeological Museum of Granada. It was one of Spain's first such museums, and the collection includes ancient weapons and pottery.

Granada is home to the Alhambra, a citadel and Moorish palace rebuilt in the 11th century. The Palazio Nazaries is a jewel in the city's architectural crown, designed with rooms and courtyards in perfect proportion and using geometrical patterns.

The Capilla Real – the Royal Chapel – is right next to Granada's Cathedral of the Incarnation. The cathedral dates back to the 16th century, and the chapel is the resting place of Spain's Catholic monarch.

Sightseeing

With the snow-capped Sierra Nevada mountains off in the distance and the sea just an hour away by car, Granada feels alpine and coastal at the same time. The city is also where four rivers meet, the Beiro, Darro, Genil and Monachil.

Dehesa del Generalife is to the east of Granada, and is one of Andalucia's protected nature spots. The 450 acres of land surround the Monument of the Alhambra, and there are designated walking and hiking routes to cover.

Dining in Granada

The city has long been known as one of the last remaining places in Spain where you can enjoy free tapas. Welcoming restaurant owners often offer you a small plate on the house.

Bodegas Espadofor is something of a legend in Granada, having been open as a tapas bar since 1910. The bar is decorated with old posters from fiestas and bullfights, and it also serves its own wines to accompany your snacks.

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