In a valley where three rivers meet below the snowy Sierra Nevada Mountains in Southern Spain, Granada has most of the best of the culture, history and essence of the country. The city embraces modern life while restoring and maintaining its historic buildings and heritage. The Granada is famous for the Alhambra, but people come for adventure in the nearby mountains. While staying in the city, visitors should see at least some of the best Granada attractions like those below:
The Moorish cobblestone streets, charm and architecture of the Middle Ages is retained in this district. Albayzin is perfect for leisure exploration of shops and restaurants.
One of the most well-known and loved historic landmarks in Spain, the Alhambra is an amazing palace for guided or self-touring. The beautiful castle dominates the landscape from its hill, and the grounds and gardens are lovely all year.
Short or long tours on horseback are a wonderful way to see Granada and the surrounding countryside. Some adventures include overnight camping. Needed equipment and food is included in the price,
Mirador de San Nicolas
A small square with fantastic views of Alhambra and other sites, at night-time the scene is surreal. People can reach Mirador de San Nicolas with a short, moderate walk uphill. Certain public buses also run that direction.
Very interactive and innovative, the museum has a wide range of science displays from taxidermy to robots. A planetarium is included as well and a restaurant. The falconry show is excellent.