Granada is a landmark city of southern Andalusia Automatic translate
For most tourists who come to southern Andalusia, Granada is on its way to the hectic Seville or the mysterious Cordoba. Some cities become just a necessary stop in a large tourist trip, but Granada is not one of them, as it has many attractions and a fascinating history, which is worth getting to know. For accommodation in Granada, there are many options for every taste and budget. Hundreds of hotels and apartments await tourists, and the most discerning ones will easily choose suitable offers for rent villas in Spain in the vicinity of Granada.
Alhambra (Alhambra). This last city of the great Moorish empire in Spain, which is part of modern Granada, is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List, as it is an integral attraction reminiscent of the 800-year-old Arab history of government. Moorish architecture, peculiar Arabic design, incredibly narrow streets and huge bazaar territories are unique, especially here on the old continent.
Science Park Museum (Parque de las Ciencias). This museum is one of the most interactive, entertaining and informational museums in the world. It is located near the city center and offers attractions such as the Tropical Butterfly House, planetarium, observation tower and bird of prey reserve. In the park, owned by the museum, you can get acquainted with many exhibitions, the most unusual and interesting are two interactive ones: “Traveling inside the human body” and “Infinite universes”.
Churches of Granada. Granada is literally dotted with churches - there are three on each corner. The Cathedral of Granada with its delightful interior and the Church of Santo Domingo, which is famous for its picturesque paintings and complex designs, are worth visiting. Despite their religiosity, most residents attend worship services irregularly, so you can see cult places calmly and without haste. The presentation of the churches of Granada will be incomplete, if not to mention the monastery of La Cartuja. Of course, this is not quite a church, but the architectural details, statues and engravings in it are amazing. Entrance here costs 5 euros, but you can only regret that photography and video are prohibited.
Albachin (Albaicin). Like the Alhambra, Albachin is a small town in the Granada zone. Located on a hill, it offers a magnificent overview of the modern city, and the Cuevas del Sacromonte Museum offers you the opportunity to experience the life and culture of gypsies in this area of Spain. His other attractions are the churches of St. Nicholas and San Salvador. Those interested can get to know Albachin on special electric bicycles that can be rented in Plaza Nueva.
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