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Best way to see this area is by taking your time, walking through courtyards, narrow streets, steps and alleys as the mood takes you. Guidebooks warn of crime risk late at night but whenever we were here there were plenty of people around and we...More
Wonderful picturesque twisted lanes going from Albayzin down to town. Great views of the Alhambra hilltop from the top of Albayzin. You can take the bus (1.40 Euro) from Plaza Neuvo for a circular route through the streets of Albayzin and back to the Plaza.
Well worth the walk up the winding streets to get a feel of old Granada. White houses, little squares and nice places to eat and drink. Not forgetting some of the best vantage points to view the Alhambra.
Interesting old Muslim quarter in Granada with narrow, twisting, winding streets, little shops and tapas bars that open into cute squares. Very hilly so wear comfortable shoes!
Lots of fun meandering the maze of streets. Keep going up and you'll end up at St. Nicholas...More
Winding cobbles streets and interesting shops and food places. Lovely to take your time strolling through and browsing the various items for sale. Has a relaxed vibe and no one hassles you to come and eat or look in their shop. Great way to pass...More
I love the village neighbourhood of Albayzin that is located in the higher elevation over the city of Granada. It offers cobblestoned streets, quaint little areas of outside dining cafes, bars and entertainment, shops, and a good place to walk around with some great little...More
Breathtakingt old quarter of Granada. Midblowing maze of little streets and definitely worth strolling for a few hours. Takes you to the mirador san Nicholas that offers stunning views of the Alhambra.
Away from the main streets, the area is a maze of cobbled lanes and alleyways, many very steep and inaccessible for vehicles, with interesting old houses and quirky shops. Lots to see, but be prepared for some serious climbing, and getting lost on a regular...More
Response from tomcat1949 | Reviewed this property |
There were eight of us on our last visit and had a fantastic guide. T/P +34655574373 and ask for Mirian. Reputable company but don’t think you’ll get the whole show for 6 euros, you’re trying to live the dream. Pay the fair... More
There were eight of us on our last visit and had a fantastic guide. T/P +34655574373 and ask for Mirian. Reputable company but don’t think you’ll get the whole show for 6 euros, you’re trying to live the dream. Pay the fair price and you’ll get what you pay for.
Response from Lollypop53 | Reviewed this property |
I recommend following the signs to the Alhambra and parking there. You can walk down to Plaza de Santa Ana which is the start of Albaicin. Alternatively you can catch the little red bus that costs 1€. You can walk up to... More
I recommend following the signs to the Alhambra and parking there. You can walk down to Plaza de Santa Ana which is the start of Albaicin. Alternatively you can catch the little red bus that costs 1€. You can walk up to Mirador San Nicolas which has amazing views of the Alhambra but it is up a steep hill with many steps. Again, you can catch another little red bus. Go to the lovegranada website for more info. Hope this helps.