There is a saying that if you never visited Granada, then you never really visited Spain. Well, 2.5 million tourists every year can’t be wrong!
For real museum lovers, there is a lot to be seen in Granada – from the Archaeological Museum, which was built in 1867 and today contains precious Paleolithic and Neolithic objects, as well as Roman and Arabian artifacts, to the Granada Science Park and the Alhambra museum, which is about 17 centuries old.
Next is the Sacromonte Quarter, where people still live in white caves carved into the rocks and dance the flamenco on the streets as if there’s no tomorrow.
The local fruit and symbol of Granada is the pomegranate. You can see it everywhere around you, just waiting to be picked up and enjoyed. The local cuisine, just like everything here, is a mix of Andalusia and Arabia, and of course, it tastes out-of-this-world amazing.
Near the gothic cathedral in the old town, you can see a plethora of tiny bars and restaurants with live music. Take your dancing shoes and leave your problems at home. Granada deserves all of your attention, and you deserve everything it has to offer!