If you’ve made the decision to travel, Granada is one of Europe’s best-weather destinations for a spring city break, offering some welcome sunshine, culture, gastronomic delights and of course plenty of Spanish hospitality and charm.
A wonderful destination steeped in history and culture
Discover the best of Granada
Visit the Alhambra and Generalife
The beautiful Alhambra Palace is one of the best-preserved medieval Islamic palaces in the world and the most visited monument in Spain attracting over 3 million every year. Find out more about the Alhambra and booking tickets here…
10 Things to do with kids in Granada
Discover the best places in Granada to visit with kids, from the magic of the Alhambra Palace and the gardens of the Generalife to the fun of the beach and mountains. Includes useful location map. Find out more…
Semana Santa 2020 in Granada
Semana Santa or Easter week is perhaps the most important week in the Spanish religious calendar. And, with the Alhambra Palace for a backdrop, Granada puts on one of Spain’s most extraordinary religious spectacles. Find out more…
Recent posts from the GranadaSpain Blog
While in Granada don’t miss the opportunity to seek out a flamenco show. Even if it’s only to get a brief glimpse into this passionate world of music and dance, you may just find that a small taster is enough to get you hooked.
Between Christmas and Easter is always a good time to visit Granada. Explore the Best Budget Hotels in Granada, where you won’t break the bank, but might also get ‘boutique’ for your buck. Here are 5 of the best.
Against the backdrop of the beautiful snow-topped peaks of the Sierra Nevada, Granada is a magical place to be at Christmas. Here are some fun ideas on what to do with the kids over the holidays.