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.
As well as all the pretty lights and Christmas markets, there are a number of festive activities that are quite unique to Spain. Here are just five very Spanish traditions that you can enjoy in Granada or at home this Christmas and New Year. Unsurprisingly, because it’s Christmas in Spain, some of it involves food!
Of all the cities in Spain Granada is one of the most enchanting to spend Christmas. Of course many people come for the skiing but, with the snowy peaks of the Sierra Nevada as a backdrop, all the festive lights and seasonal attractions combine to make the City a magical place to visit at this time of year.
Join Carol Byrne on the Taste of Granada food tour to discover how locals eat out in Granada and try some of the best food and drink spots in town.
As the postponed 12th annual Granada Tapas Competition finally comes to a close, who better than Gayle Mackie, local foodie, Granada guide and tapas aficionado, to give us the low-down on the city’s tapas culture and this year’s competition.
Looking for somewhere to improve your Spanish? Come to Granada. With all the many cultural and social opportunities on offer in this great city, it’s the perfect place to go out and practice face-to-face whatever you’ve learned through books, online and in the classroom.
“If you are lucky enough to live at the beach, you are lucky enough!” And if you are lucky enough to get to the Costa Tropical this year, here’s our Granada Beach bucket list for 2020.
With European Governments gradually easing lockdown and travel restrictions, we are starting to see the light at the end of the tunnel. You may not know when your next trip will be but you can choose where. Choose Granada.
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.
From the relaxed roof terrace of Eurostars Gran Via to the romantic patio of the Parador de San Francisco, within the walls of the Alhambra itself, Granada hits the mark if you are looking for luxury accommodation in one of Spain’s most beautiful cites.