Granada

Granada is located at the autonomous community of Andalusia and has one of the largest cultural heritages in the country. Endowed with relics from various epochs of history, there’s lots to do and plenty to admire in Granada. In addition to the world famous Alhambra and the streets of the Albayzín, designated World Heritage Sites by UNESCO, Granada has a Renaissance cathedral and plenty of other sites as the white-walled house gardens of the Realejo quarter. Among the things that make Granada unique is the Science Museum, the Sierra Nevada resort, the beaches at Costa Tropical, La Alpujarra´s architecture, the house-caves where Grandinos used to live, and of course, the granadine cuisine.

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  • Two couches and armchairs in the Mauror Apartments Living Room
    This accessible apartment in Granada near La Alhambra is located by Puerta de las Granadas, a gate built as the...
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    109.00
  • Bed and armchairs on a clear day of the Deluxe Room
    This Luxury Accessible Hotel in Granada is located in the historic center on one of the main streets. The Alhambra...
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    124.00
  • Bed, TV and closet of the Adapted Standard Room
    Hotel El Ladrón de Agua is located in the heart of Albaycin, at the foot of La Alhambra. This fascinating...
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    109.00
  • Bed and closet of the Double Room
    The Vincci Albayzin Hotel offers 104 rooms with air-conditioned accommodation, minibars, safes, and free Wi-Fi. The bathrooms are fully equipped...
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    94.00
  • Sail past long lines and crowded entrance halls with your private official tour guide and pre-booked skip-the-line entrance tickets on...
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    74.00