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This was the city's Jewish quarter before their expulsion by the incoming Christians during the late 15th century. The ... More
This was the city's Jewish quarter before their expulsion by the incoming Christians during the late 15th century. The pretty Campo del Principe is the main square and it has many restaurants with outdoor terraces and a relaxed atmosphere. This is the sort of district where residents hang around their doorsteps chatting with their neighbours. You'll see lots of young foreigners in the bars and Internet cafes, as this is where the university's language faculty is located. Climb the hill towards the enormous Hotel Alhambra Palace and just beyond it you'll find the house where the famous musician Manuel de Falla lived and worked. Keep going uphill to visit the charming Carmen de los Mártires .
The brilliant poet Federico García Lorca wrote some of his best work at the Huerta de San Vicente. What was
once the countryside around his family's summer home has been turned into a museum which houses his works. You ...
When the Arabs first invaded Spain, with their Berber mercenaries in the early 8th century and settled in Granada, they
built a fortress on the Albayzín hill. These walls are the remains of that original fortress, built with stones ...
Spain's highest quality department store chain has two branches in town: this one and another on Calle Arabial. The focus
is on good quality and excellent customer service. The store stocks pretty much everything you could need. You pay ...