While that ticket to the absolutely-must-visit Alhambra wasn’t free, that doesn’t mean that the rest of your trip to Granada needs to break the bank. From food to museums, here a few of the top free things to do in Granada.
When you think of Andalucia, pastimes like sightseeing, lazing on the beach or sipping on a cold drink at an outdoor café might come to mind. But your visit to Andalucia needn’t be limited to just the usual activities. See the region from a more exhilarating perspective by experiencing Andalucia and Costa del Sol via one of these especially adventurous things to do.
It would be easy to become obsessed with Valencia’s once-walled-in old quarter of tiny, maze-like streets. But you’d be missing out if you never made it a little farther south, past the street Gran Via del Marques del Turia, and into the particularly trendy Ruzafa neighborhood.
Lucky you: you’re heading back to Granada, which might very well be Spain’s most beautiful and spectacular city. But gosh, there’s a lot that makes this Andalucian city so very special, which means you shouldn’t be short on activities for your return. With that in mind, here’s a list of what to see and do on a second trip to lovely Granada.
Maybe you’re heading to Malaga for the beaches and sunshine –- but really you should come for the museums. From galleries filled with artwork by world-famous artists to unexpectedly awesome exhibits that make up some of the city’s most intriguing stops, Malaga’s top museums shouldn’t be missed.
Welcome to Cordoba – a city filled with rich and diverse history and also a region that produces some of Spain’s favorite wines. So beyond just seeing the sights, be sure to make time for some wine tasting too. Here are a few of great ways to make that happen: