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Places to Visit in Granada

When you travel to Granada, you will love to visit popular tourist spots and enjoy the local culture. Amongst other Things to do in Granada, you can surely explore some of the best things to do in Granada to make your trip a fulfilling one. On a trip to Granada things to do can include exploring Granada attractions and visiting the places of interest.

Fun filled destinations for kids

There are many fun-filled places in Granada ideal to watch children play or simply play along with them. The Granada Water Park, Aquaola is only 10 minutes away from the city of Granada.

Children can enjoy a good time with loads of adventure and fun activities. There are various activities during summer when parents can sit back and relax. It has ball ponds, bowling, skating rinks and stimulator games. Children have numerous opt

Religious places

Granada provides cultural information, cinema, flamenco, music andentertainment. Festivals of Granada are very popular. There are various national festivals, religious festivals and cultural festivals held here. San Cecilio is a day of festivities which is devoted to the Patron Saint of Granada. Granada has numerous caves and tablaos where one can enjoy an authentic flamenco which consists of singing, playing and dancing. Thus, if one wants to enjoy an evening of

The Palace City

Granada has a wide range of tourist attractions. It has beautiful monuments dating back to the 19th century, along with many Renaissance and Baroque buildings. One of Spain’s frequently visited monument known as the Alhambra or ‘the palace city’ is in Granada. The palace city consists of the Alcazaba, a citadel, and various other parts. One would also be interested in the palace and gardens of the Generalife and the Nasrid Palaces. The Alham

Landmark

Since Granada is a relatively small place, the various monuments, gardens and museums already mentioned above, act as helpful landmarks. These include the Cathedral which is the most important Renaissance building of Spain, La Lonja which is a market building near the Cathedral, San Jeronimo, a splendid temple and some other.

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