Semana Santa in Granada28 March to 5 April 2021
Where to stay in Granada
Check out the map below for hotels in Granada.
This is a very busy time of year in the city so if you are planning a trip to Granada during Semana Santa it is advisable to book your accommodation as early as possible to get the best price and selection for you.
If you want to be in the thick of it for the pasos look for something near Plaza Nueva, Carrera del Darro or Gran Via de Colón using the search box below.
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