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The Alcaiceria is not only a historical place but also the most recommended souvenir shopping place in Granada. Historically, it is a part of Albaicin, and it has strong influence from the Islamic religion. When you walk around the area, beware of the Gypsy female...More
Nice shopping. Nice live music by street performers. They like to negotiate and it can be fun. I bypassed some items thinking I could by them online but I should have bought them there because their prices are better.
Right in the city center you can find the Alcaiceria, where the silk market used to be. It's a series of buildings in Arabic styles with shop after shop of touristic stuff resembling a bazar.
I think this part of Granada can be skipped entirely:...More
I really enjoyed this little market. Historically, it was actually one of the markets the Christians didn’t get rid of when they took the Muslims over. It’s very cultural and distinct. The vendors sell things like plates, traditional tea sets, bags, clothes, jewelry and other...More
This is no way near as spectacular as the Grand Bazaar in Istanbul but it is fun to wander the stalls and browse through the items. Most seemed to be imported from Asia so look at the labels carefully. Most of the shops also seemed...More
This was once an Arab market place kind of like the Great Bazaar of Granada and much bigger than today´s version. Today this covered market place is located around the Calle Alcaiceria. It's very interesting to walk around for a while mostly because of the...More
Sure, it’s touristy, but there are lots of colorful things to look at. The market is apparently a shell of what it once was, but it still has a feel of the Moorish market that was once here, and one’s imagination can conjure up the...More