Granada has many important examples of medieval architecture dating to the Moorish occupation of Spain. It's best known for the Alhambra, a grand, sprawling hilltop fortress complex encompassing royal palaces.

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UNESCO world heritage


UNESCO world heritage

Mirador San Nicolás



UNESCO world heritage

Royal Chapel of Granada

16th century

Carrera del Darro

scenic street

Granada Cathedral

lavish renaissance cathedral


hill city

Science Park

extensive science park

Cartuja Monastery

15th century

New Square

old square

Basilica of San Juan de Dios

beautiful church

Navas Street

tapas, food

Palace of Charles V

15th century

Palace Madrasa

mosque school

Great Mosque of Granada

mosque, islamic center

Carmen de los Martires

house, garden

Basilica of Our Lady of Sorrows

17th century

Sad Steet

view, walk

Monastery of San Jerónimo

15th century


ancient bath

Bib-Rambla square

public square

Elvira Street

tapas, food

Corral del Carbon

14th century

Sacromonte Caves Museum

caves, history


shopping, souveniers

Abbey Sacromonte

17th century

Huerta de San Vicente

garden, museum

San Cristobal Viewpoint

city view

Elvira door

arc, history

Hermitage of San Miguel

high point

Guadix Cathedral

18th century

House of Pisa

christianity exibits

Manuel de Falla House-Museum

Manuel de Falla

House of Shots

16th century

Max Moreau Museum

house, museum

Church of Santo Domingo

16th century

Royal Chancery

16th century

Zafra House

14th century

Palace Dar al-Horra

15th century

Center Jose Guerrero

contemporary art

Castril House

16th century