Parque de las Ciencias(Andalusia Science Park) in Granada – Your kids shouldn’t miss this park in Granada

Granada, a beautiful ‘Spanish’ city in Andalusia which is set beautifully in the foot of Sierra Nevada hills is a soothing holiday destination with lots of attractions and you can also find amazing holiday villas in Granada which will let you enjoy your holidays with friends and family. One of the popular ‘family-friendly’ destination you shall visit in Granada and especially when you’re with your kids is the Parque de las Ciencias(Science Park) which is located 7 kilometre away from Granada’s main city centre. Parque de las Ciencias(Science Park) was opened during the year 1995 with a motto ‘A new kind of museum’ and it definitely lives up to the motto. You have a planetarium, cultural gallery, library, book shop, cinemas, a restaurant & a café and also other interesting museum that uses ‘science’ to amaze us. Visiting Parque de las Ciencias(Science Park) in Granada is definitely worthwhile, when you’re holidaying in Granada.

Visit Park Federico García Lorca in Granada – Interesting museum with beautiful park in Granada

Granada, a beautiful city of Andalusia, Spain which is set beautifully in the foot of Sierra Nevada hills possess sizzling attractions and the amazing holiday villas in Granada will let you enjoy fantastic holidaying with friends and family. One of the simple but beautiful destination to visit in Granada, when you’re holidaying in Granada is Federico García Lorca, a park & a natural space located 3.5 kilometre away from Granada’s main city centre. Park Federico García Lorca was named after Federico García Lorca, a famous Spanish poet lived between 19th- early 20th century and the park is also called as the Huerta de San Vicente in Granada. Surrounded by a verdurous ambience and palm trees, the Park Federico García Lorca is a beautiful destination and you can also find a museum dedicated to Federico García Lorca and where he actually lived for a while. Do take guided tours to enjoy the visit completely and visiting Park Federico García Lorca will definitely be a ‘day well spent’, when you’re holidaying in Granada.

Basílica de San Juan de Dios of Granada – Amazing architecture that you can’t miss in Granada

Granada, a authentic ‘Spanish’ city located in Andalusia, set beautifully in the foot of Sierra Nevada hills is a charming holiday destination with sizzling attractions and you can also find amazing holiday villas in Granada which will let you enjoy holidaying with friends and family. Off many beautiful medieval architectures and chapels in Granada, you shall not miss the popular Basílica de San Juan de Dios, a 18th century church located in ‘heart of Granada city’. Yes! From Granada’s main city centre, you shall reach Basílica de San Juan de Dios by walking for few hundred metres following the directions. The Baroque details that Basílica de San Juan de Dios possess is ‘THE BEST’ of Granada with stunning detailing, incredible works on both interior and exterior architecture of the church. The frescoes, and a soaring, embellished dome are added attractions of Basílica de San Juan de Dios in Granada. Do visit this church of Granada which is the best way to start your sightseeing tour, while holidaying in Granada.

Granada’s Aquaola Water Park(Parque Acuático Aquaola) – Go for a ‘family picnic’ in Granada

Granada, Andalusia’s beautiful & authentic ‘Spanish’ city, set beautifully in the foot of Sierra Nevada hills is a charming holiday destination with sizzling attractions and the amazing holiday villas in Granada will let you enjoy fantastic holiday with friends and family. One good water theme park to take your kids, family in Granada is the Aquaola Water Park(Parque Acuático Aquaola) which is located in Cenes de la Vega which is 14 kilometres away from Granada’s main city centre. Granada’s Aquaola Water Park(Parque Acuático Aquaola) is set beautifully in between valleys which contributes a verdurous & fresh ambience and there are plenty of water games, swimming pools, water slides; Aquaola Water Park(Parque Acuático Aquaola) suits both adults and kids and that’s why, it’s been a choice for a ‘family day out’ for both locals and tourists of Granada. The Aquaola Water Park(Parque Acuático Aquaola) provides well & good basic amenities and can definitely be visited once, when you’re holidaying in Granada.

Enjoy the Spanish’s classic flamenco show in Granada -Zambra María la Canastera in Granada

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Granada, the beautiful city of Andalusia, Spain which is set in the foothills of Sierra Nevada is definitely a romantic holiday destination to visit and enjoy in Spain. One of the beautiful and cultural shows that you must watch and enjoy in Granada is the Flamenco shows, a traditional art & music form of Spain and the best you shall prefer is Zambra María la Canastera, a traditional flamenco dancing and music performed at Flamenco theater in Granada, Spain. From Granada’s city centre, you shall reach the Zambra María la Canastera’s flamenco cave by travelling just 4 kilometres following the directions. The Zambra María la Canastera show takes place over 50 years in this cave of Granada & the La Zambra cave is one of the oldest flamenco cave venues in Granada. Zambra María la Canastera in Granada is a 1 hour show that was perfromed during every night from 9:30pm to 10:30pm, since, the flamenco is tiny pre-booking your arrival to Zambra María la Canastera is advisable. Granada’s world famous flamenco dancer and singer Maria Cortes, who’s known by her stage name ‘La Canastera’ lived in this cave during early 1900s and her family is organizing and performing the shows now in this flamenco caves to continue her reign in today’s world and also to glorify Spanish’s traditional Flamenco dance and music. In Zambra María la Canastera you also have restaurant which prepares and serves delicious Spanish cuisines, as you can enjoy the show as well as dining inside the flamenco cave of Granada.

Alhambra in Granada – The most iconic landmark to visit in Granada

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Alhambra, Granada

Granada, Andalusia’s beautiful city that is completely ‘Spanish’ and set beautifully in the foot of Sierra Nevada hills is a charming holiday destination with holiday villas, attractions to visit and enjoy with friends and family. One of the most iconic and historical landmark which you couldn’t think about ‘skipping a visit’ when you’re in Granada is the popular Alhambra, a world-famous fortress and palace, and also UNESCO World Heritage Site of Spain located in Granada. Initially, Alhambra in Granada was built as small fortress over the ruins of Romans fortifications during 9th century and during mid-13th century it was renovated and rebuilt in a grandeur manner by the Arab Nasrid emir Mohammed ben Al-Ahmar, the first ruler of Emirate of Granada. Alhambra(The Red One) is beautifully set in hill top and hill region which is surrounded by lush green ambience and overlooks the Granada city. Alhambra is unique and huge & there are architectures in Alhambra which you can’t miss such as Patio de los Arrayanes (Court of Myrtles), Mexuar, Sala de los Embajadores (Hall of the Ambassadors), Patio de los Leones (Court of Lions), Sala de Barca (Hall of the Blessing), Sala de los Abencerrajes, Torre de Comares (Comares Tower), Sala de las dos Hermanas (Hall of the Two Sisters), Sala de los Reyes (Hall of the Kings), Alcazaba(Ruins of the 13th-Century Moorish Castle), Palacio de Carlos V (Palace of Charles V), Generalife Gardens and thus, Alhambra is such a great landmark you can’t miss in Granada. Taking a guided tour to Alhambra is the best option to admire and understand this amazing historical landmark, while holidaying in Granada.

Amazing Alcaicería in Granada-Must visit old century market in Granada

Granada, the beautiful city of Andalusia, Spain which is set in the foothills of Sierra Nevada is definitely a romantic holiday destination to visit and enjoy in Spain. One of the interesting destination in Granada to visit is The Alcaicería, a famous market and a great bazaar of Granada which originated from Granada’s Arab-Islamic era around 13th-15th centuries which was later then destroyed by fire during early mid 19th century and re-built using Neo-Moorish style. The Alcaicería, the Great Bazaar of Granada was the street filled with stalls selling spices, Arabic silks and many other precious goods which are considered interesting, costly and exotic during past centuries. At present times, you can see Alcaicería in Granada with touch of ‘old town’ that highlights local culture and tradition of Granada and home to traditional souvenir stalls, a great stream of Arabic craftworks such as hand painted ceramics(fajalauza), wooden made decorative products and also essential products, stained glass lamps(typical Granadino farolas), ethnic clothing stalls, tea rooms called tettarias and also many stalls for herbs, fruits, and grandino trinkets. From Granada’s city centre you can reach the Alcaicería by travelling nearly 7-8 kilometre of distance. Being, everything set in a single passageway, the Alcaicería look & feel traditional, picturesque and also lively with locals and tourists’ of Granada.

Silla del Moro in Granada-Catch the spectacular views of Granada

Granada, Andalusia’s beautiful city that is completely ‘Spanish’ and set beautifully in the foot of Sierra Nevada hills is a charming holiday destination with holiday villas, attractions to visit and enjoy with friends and family. One beautiful and rich historical destination you shall visit when you’re in Granada is the popular Silla del Moro, a 13th century castle ruins in Granada. You can reach Silla del Moro in Granada by travelling nearly 14 kilometres following the navigations from Granada’s city centre. You can look at this historical site and spot the ruins of an 13th century castle built over the top of hills and the main attraction of Silla del Moro is: it offers the best panoramic views of the Granada city and also Granada’s iconic Alhambra. When you’re in Granada, you can’t miss visiting this beautiful and historical castle ruins and spectacular views of the city of Granada.

Plaza Larga in Granada-Beautiful way to spend your evening in Granada

Granada, a beautiful city in Andalusia located in Spain’s south is packed with various attractions put together under verdurous ambience which assures a great holidaying with your family and friends. When you’re in Granada do visit the popular Plaza Larga, a lively plaza filled with traditional Spanish restaurants, cafés and a lively market with food stalls, vegetables, fruits run & sell by locals of Granada. You can reach Plaza Larga by travelling just 3.5 kilometres from Granada’s main city centre. Plaza Larga must be definitely visited on a pretty evening while holidaying in Granada to enjoy the dinner and shopping with lights and liveliness of Spain’s Granada.

Mirador San Nicolás in Granada-Catch the world’s best sunset at Spain’s Granada

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Granada, the naturally verdurous city in Andalusia, Spain that has been set in the foothills of pleasant Seirra Nevada mountains makes it a warm holiday destination in Spain where you can enjoy holidays with family and friends. One of the most loved viewpoint in Granada which you can’t and shouldn’t skip when you’re holidaying in Granada is the popular Mirador San Nicolás(Calle Mirador de San Nicolás). You can reach the Mirador San Nicolás by travelling less than 4 kilometres following the navigations from Granada’s city centre. If you would walk/climb the hill to reach the viewpoint, it would be a beautiful experience with Albayzin streets with cobbled path surrounded by white washed houses, tapas bars, cafés and restaurants with alluring ambience. You have some restaurants set in the terrace of Mirador San Nicolás which are slight pricey but the sunsets you’ll watch while eating the delicious cuisine will stay in your heart forever. However, there are also restaurants and cafés at average prices and don’t get down from Mirador San Nicolás without watching the sunsets, which is one of the best sunsets in the world and you can get that in Granada, Spain.