Granada Essential - What to See in Granada - What to Do in Granada
The new visitor to the city will ask: "What should I see in Granada? What is there to do in Granada?"
A good way to get to know Granada and its history is by taking a tour. There are several interesting free and private tours offered by Civitatis:
Free Tour of Granada: What better way to get to know the hisotric centre of Granada than on a free walking tour with a local expert guide?!
Private Tour of Granada: Discover the hidden treasures and secrets of Granada exclusively just for you and your partner, friends, or family.
We have collected information on the most important monuments and places in Granada, and also some useful tips for your stay.
The Alhambra represents the zenith of Arab art, one of the most visited monuments in the world, and certainly the most visited in Spain.
A Carthusian monastery founded on an ancient Arab carmen that contains a beautiful cloister and a beautiful seventeenth-century Baroque church.
Displays impressive façades and a stunning interior, with a great altarpiece. In the burial chamber are the tombs of the Catholic Kings.
The oldest square in Granada. Around the square rise ornate buildings of importance. Nearby is lively Elvira Street famous for its tapas bars.
The Sacromonte caves have been home to gypsies, bohemians and Flemish artists alike for centuries. It is a must to see a flamenco show.
Impressive Arab baths from the eleventh century. They show the level of refinement the Spanish Arabs attained one thousand years ago.
Corral del Carbon is an ancient Arab inn from the fourteenth century which has been beautifully restored, one of the great monuments of Granada.
Daily flamenco shows, some geared towards tourists in decorated caves, whereas other shows take place in authentic simply decorated premises.
A beer, wine, or even a fizzy drink is accompanied by a tapa. Granada is probably the only city in Spain where free tapas are still served.
You Might Also Be Interested In
Page Updated: May 19, 2021
Opinions about What to See in Granada
Arab rather then Islamic or muslimsWhy is everything described as Arab rather then Islamic or muslims? There weren't only Arabs living in the region at the time, there were a considerable amount of Amazighs or Berber (as some people call them) who lived in the region who had contributed to much of the art and culture as well as the Arabs.
AmazighsI would suggest amazighs as Berber is very easiest term and insulting. I'm Arab and I don't use this term and try to discourage everyone from using it. They are amazighs tribes and lived and conquered Iberian peninsula along with arabs.
In love with Granada and its beauty spotsI am visiting Granada in May but I am already in love with Granada and its beauty spots. I am so excited that I could not hold myself in writing. I willbe visiting from seville. love the alhambra, catedral and albaicin (Anita).