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1. Abadía del SacromonteBook Ticket*
The Abbey of Sacromonte is an old abbey, of the seventeenth century, today residence of canons, parish and ecclesiastical museum, located in the northeast of the Spanish city of Granada, which is accessed well by the Sacromonte road, which begins in the Peso de la Harina located in the middle of the Cuesta del Chapiz, or by the old road of the Fargue starting from Haza Grande.
2. AlbaicínBook Free Tour*
The Albaicín, also known as Albayzín, is a district of Granada, in the autonomous community of Andalusia, Spain. It is centered around a hill on the north side of the Darro River which passes through the city. The neighbourhood is notable for its historic monuments and for largely retaining its medieval street plan dating back to the Nasrid period, although it nonetheless went through many physical and demographic changes after the end of the Reconquista in 1492. It was declared a World Heritage Site in 1994, as an extension of the historic site of the nearby Alhambra.
3. AlcaiceríaBook Free Tour*
The Alcaicería de Granada is an alcaicería located in the vicinity of the Cathedral of Granada in Granada, Spain. At present, it is dedicated to the Granada craft shops, where the popular Fajalauza earthenware, the inlay of wood or inlay, and colored glass lampposts are sold. It also includes shops such as bookstores, jewelry stores and catering establishments.
4. Palacios Nazaríes
The Palace of Nasrid, also known as the Old Royal Room, is composed of two separate palaces of the Pomegranate Alhambra Palace, the Palace of Comares and the Palace of the Lion, as well as the appendage of the pomegranate in the numerous palaces, palaces, large houses and tower palaces where the Alhambra Palace is located, mexuar. These dwellings are replaced by Islamic precepts that do not build anything over time, and that each Sultan should become his palace to show his personal strength. The Catholic king's decision guaranteed their protection in the face of other Arab monuments being mistreated, abandoned or destroyed, mainly as Napoleon's army tried to destroy the castle as it fled. One of the palaces is the seat of the Nasrid Court, which performs administrative, protocol, residential and recreational functions. In chronological order, they were built after the castle, generalife and partal, and their architecture dates back to the first third of the fourteenth century.
5. Parque de las Ciencias
Parque de las Ciencias is a science centre and museum, part of the European Network of Science Centers and Museums (ECSITE), located in the city of Granada, Andalusia, Spain. Under the motto "A new kind of Museum", Parque de las Ciencias was founded in 1990 and opened in 1995. The museum has been solely directed by Ernesto Páramo Sureda since its establishment and its successive expansions. It occupies 70,000 m2 and holds permanent and temporary exhibitions including: a planetarium, educational facilities, café, restaurant, bookshop, library, cinemas, etc. It also has a cultural gallery ranging from 50 to 550 in number. Some of the museum’s highlights are its Plastination Lab and Restoration and Production Workshops.
6. Carmen de los Mártires
Carmen of Martyrs is a famous Carmen and Garden, located in Granada, Spain. Located on the southern slope of Mount del Mauror, which supports the red tower at its top, within the walls of the Alhambra Palace, on land known by Arabs as the Ahabur camp, and on land known by Christians as the captive camp or corral. Owning more than 7 hectares of land is the city's largest Carpathian mountains, including magnificent palaces, romantic gardens and the Nasride Gardens in Granada's capital, with magnificent panoramic views of snow-capped mountains, plains and the city.
7. Court of the Myrtles
The Court of the Myrtles is the central part of the Comares Palace inside the Alhambra palace complex in Granada, Spain. It is located east of the Mexuar and west of the Palace of the Lions. It was begun by the Nasrid sultan Isma'il I in the early 14th century and significantly modified by his successors Yusuf I and Muhammad V later in the same century. In addition to the Court of the Myrtles, the palace's most important element is Hall of Ambassadors, the sultan's throne hall and one of the most impressive chambers in the Alhambra.
8. Ermita de San Sebastián
The hermitage of San Sebastián and San Fabián was originally a construction half military fortress and half religious that the Muslims built on the border with the Christian kingdoms, dating from the thirteenth century. Built in 1218, under the Almohad domination, it belongs to the route of the caliphate. It is located in the Spanish city of Granada, autonomous community of Andalusia, at the end of the Paseo del Violón, on the left bank of the Genil River.
9. Iglesia de San Gil y Santa Ana
The Santa Ana Church, officially the parish church of San Gil y Santa Ana is a parish church of the Roman Catholic Church in Granada, Andalusia, Spain. It is part of the set of Mudejar churches in the city; It is located on the left bank of the Darro River, in a small square attached to the space dominated by the Plaza Nueva, at the beginning of the Carrera del Darro and at the foot of the Alhambra, next to the Royal Chancery and the Pilar del Toro fountain.
10. El Bañuelo
The Bañuelo or El Bañuelo, also known as the Baño del Nogal or Hammam al-Yawza, is a preserved historic hammam in Granada, Spain. It is located in the Albaicin quarter of the city, on the banks of the Darro River. It was used as a bathhouse up until the 16th century at least, before becoming defunct and being converted to other uses. In the 20th century it underwent numerous restorations by Spanish experts and is now open as a tourist attraction.
11. Puente romano
The bridge over the Genil River is located within the urban area of the Spanish city of Granada, over the Genil River, right at its confluence with the Darro River. It is also popularly called Roman Bridge although, due to the materials and its way of placing them, it was built in the twelfth century, perhaps on previous remains. It was declared an Asset of Cultural Interest in 2007, within the Historic Garden of the Paseo del Genil.
12. Catedral de Granada
Granada Cathedral, or the Cathedral of the Incarnation is a Roman Catholic church in the city of Granada, capital of the province of the same name in the Autonomous Region of Andalusia, Spain. The cathedral is the seat of the Archdiocese of Granada. Like many other cathedrals in Andalusia, it was built on top of the city's main mosque after the reconquest of Granada.
13. Palacio de Congresos de Granada
The Palace of Exhibitions and Congresses of Granada is a convention building located in the Andalusian city of Granada (Spain), whose main function is the celebration of congresses and exhibition fairs, as well as concerts and shows. It is located in the center of the city, on the Paseo del Violón, next to the left bank of the Genil River.
14. Palacio de los Olvidados
The Palace of the Forgotten is a museum in Granada, Spain, dedicated to the Spanish Inquisition, Jewish history, and Granada's and Andalusia's heritage. The building is located in the Albaicín, a neighbourhood declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1994 as an extension of the monumental complex of the Alhambra and the Generalife.
15. Puerta de las Granadas
The Gate of the Pomegranates is an historical access point of a pathway that leads through the Forest of the Alhambra to the Nasrid palace that is the Alhambra, located in the city of Granada, Spain. The path starts in the city centre, Plaza Nueva, and continues up the Cuesta de Gomérez, before reaching the monument.
16. Puente del Cadí
The Cadí Bridge is located in the urban area of Granada, over the Darro River. Currently only one of its two abutments remain standing, specifically the one located on the shore of the Alhambra Forest, shaped like a hexagonal tower, as well as the start of a large horseshoe vault.
17. Alcázar Genil
The Alcázar Genil is a Muslim-era palace in the city of Granada, Spain. It was originally called al-Qasr al-Sayyid and is located beside the River Genil outside the city walls. Today, only a pavilion of the palace is preserved. It currently houses the Francisco Ayala Foundation.
18. Los Albercones
Los Albercones is the name given to a hydraulic complex from the Nasrid period, located in the Generalife, within the Alhambra enclosure, in Granada. Together with the Acequia Real and the Pozos Altos, it forms one of the most important medieval hydraulic systems in Spain.
19. Monaita Gate
The door of Monaita, in Arabic bab al-Unaydar, whose translation would be Puerta de la Erilla, also known as Puerta de la Alhacaba, was one of the oldest accesses of Granada, and the main one to the citadel Qadīma or Old citadel, in the Albaicín neighborhood.
20. Iglesia de San Pedro y San Pablo
The church of San Pedro and San Pablo in the Spanish city of Granada, autonomous community of Andalusia, is of Mudejar and Renaissance styles, drawn by the architect Juan de Maeda, was built in the sixteenth century, between 1559 and completed in 1567.
21. Museo Cuevas del Sacromonte
22. Palacio de Dar al-Horra
Dar al-Horra is a former 15th-century Nasrid palace located in the Albaicín quarter of Granada, Spain. Since the early 16th century it was used as part of the Monastery of Santa Isabel la Real. It is now a historic monument.
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