There isn’t much to say about this place apart from that everyone in the world should visit this culture clash of a city at least once in their lifetime. It is incredibly interesting how this place changes just by walking a few hundred metres!
The fusion of arabic art and architecture with european, muslin and christian influences in every corner, the only such place that I have seen something similar is Mostar, in Bosnia. The difference is that, in Mostar, the division in these areas of the city is much more clear.
Out of the nearly 400 towns and cities I have visited, I would put Granada in my top 5!
Sorry for my brief absence! Together with some holidays, PhD thesis writing etc, I haven’t really had the time to post anything… well, I hope I will have some more time now!
Well, I just came from holidays (about one month ago) around Spain and I decided, together with the old ball and chain, to visit Granada. Well, I always wanted to go over really as I’ve never heard anything bad about the place. Well, nothing could have prepared me for what I saw… what a beautiful place! The Alhambra was probably the most beautiful castle I’ve even seen, just completely different from anything I’d ever seen!
As any visitor in Granada, Flamenco is a must-do! There is no way you can pass a show! I decided to go to this little restaurant called Jardines de Zoraya in the old neighbourhood of Albayzin. Then I found out it is, according to Trip Advisors reviews, the fourth best restaurant in Granada! Amazing!!!! Definitely recommended! And the Flamenco show, just incredible! The dancers, guitarrists, singers…. perfect!
Can’t wait to have the chance to go again!