Granada in 1 Day


The visit of Alhambra and  Generalife are a must for everyone who comes to Granada, yoy can book your tickets here.

You need at least half a day for the visit. To see something tipical of the city afterwards have a walk through the arabic lanes in the neighborhoods of Albayzín and Sacromonte. From San Nicolás viewpoint you’ll have an impresive view of the Alhambra and a beautiful picture for sure. Have some tapas in Granada is mandatory but in the same amount than have a party time!




Granada in 2 Days


If you have another day in the city, the day you go into the Alhambra you could also visit the Museum of Palacio de Carlos V. Once you are up there you should see the Carmen de los Mártires and its gardens, with a panoramic view of Granada. (Carmen: house with vegetable garden or vineyard.  Don’t forget to taste the excellent granadian gastronomy.

When you go down, visit the Cathedral and the Royal Chapel. The San Jerónimo Monastery will surprise you and you’ll be close to the San Juan De Dios Basilic. If you don’t hav that much time, rent a electric bike!


Granada in 3 Days


If you are going to spend 3 days, relax in a sauna. The day you go to th Alhambra, visit the Casa-Museo Manuel de Falla.

In Federico García Lorca Park you can visit the Huerta de San Vicente, this is where the family of Lorca used to spend their summers. Nowadays it is a museum. Lorca is the most famous gay artist from Spain.

One of the most important monuments in Granada is the Cartuja Monastery.

Besides the monuments and museums on the  list, you can have a walk in Paseo del Salón and Paseo de la Bomba, on the river front Genil. Now it’s time to hang around the streets and squares in town, where you can completely satisfy sight, taste and shopping.





After all you have visited in the first three days you are ready for visiting the province.



We recommend:


1 Day in the Costa Tropical. If you don’t go in winter season to Granada, probably the summer’s come. Go down to the coast to taste fresh fish, discover coves and try tropical fruits. You also can go to Los Guájares: tropical weather in the mountains with typical little towns. It’s marvellous.



1 Day in La Alpujarra The most recommended towns in that area are Capileira, Bubión and Pampaneira.


1 Day in the north: The landscape of Guadix and the cave-houses are unique in Spain. It looks like you changed the continent. And if you get an extra time,visit the Castle of La Calahorra (open on Wednesdays).


1 Day of wild sensations. Rappel Río verde. One of the best natural routes in Spain, with  incredible jumps to crystalline pools .


1 Day in Sierra Nevada. In winter

season you can’t avoid to try one of

the best skiing stations in Europe and

probablyyou can enjoy the typical Spanish sun at the same time.


Flamenco. Granada is one of the cradle of flamenco. Make the most of your trip and enjoy one of the many flamenco shows in the city..


Nota: Granada is a city of students and a city with many cultural events. We recommend you to check the Events calendar and go to a tourist information to check the fests that take place. If you want, have a look at the cultural alternative magazine YUZIN. Click on the logo to check Its website...


What to visit in Granada?