Classic, traditional tapas bar famous for its wines "vermut" and "calicasas". Bodegas Castañeda is a classic, traditional tapas bar in Granada and famous for its wines in particular the "vermut" and "calicasas" - a powerful mixture of different wines. Friendly and popular tapas bar serving traditional Spanish tapas and bocadillos.
Bar Casa de Todos is a friendly and popular place and serves a selection of traditional Spanish tapas and a good selection of sandwiches bocadillos. This is one of the most highly rated tapas bars in Granada. Actually one of the problems with this bar is that it is so popular that it is almost always packed. They have attained such popularity with very high quality tapas at very reasonable prices. Medium to high price: approximately 35 euros per head.
Good food, nice decor. Restaurant in Granada near to the Arco Elvira. This restaurant would appeal to the same sort of people who would like to stay in a 4-star Hotel. La Pajuna is a modern tapas bar and steakhouse which serves locally sourced meat, cured hams and sharing plates.
La Pajuna is a friendly restaurant with outside seating and some inside tables. The menu offers a selection of dishes which are carefully prepared to showcase the best of local ingredients. The wine menu also includes a number of local wines. This bar in the Realejo offers a superb range of wine, tapas and platos of typical Spanish food, and a great atmosphere.
Located in the Realejo, this bar offers a great, lively and friendly atmosphere. It offers a superb range of wine, tapas and platos of typical Spanish food. The Alhambra is the red fortress palace-city that dominates Granada. It comprises three parts: Nazrid Palaces, Alcazaba and Generalife.
It is the most visited monument in Spain. The Alhambra is considered by some to be one of the 7 wonders of the world. In case you don't know, the Alhambra is a massive castle constructed over many centuries. It consists of gardens, fortifications and sumptuous palaces. The El Salvador Church was built on the site of the main Albaicín mosque in the 16th century.
The Iglesia El Salvador was built on the site of the main Albaicín mosque. The mosque dated back to the 13th century and was considered to be one of the most beautiful in the world.
After the Catholic Monarchs conquered Granada, building work started to convert the mosque into a church and the name was changed to the Iglesia de Nuestro Salvador Church of Our Saviour and in it was established as a Collegiate Church. One of the most interesting features of the church is its Mudedjar ceiling. Another is the courtyard which formed part of the original mosque with its water cistern or "aljibe" for ablutions and this is the only remaining example of a Mosque courtyard in Granada.
In , the Collegiate moved to another church in the centre of Granada and it became a Parish Church. In the Church was destroyed by a fire. This tea house offers a large selection of herbal and traditional teas.
It is located in the Calle Calderería which is a street of Morroccan establishments. The Bohemia Jazz Café is a beautifully decorated, period café where you can find live Jazz and Swing music in Granada. There's also a good selection of hot drinks, desserts and mixed drinks to accompany the ambience at any time of day. If you prefer trains and are not in a hurry the train is a good way of getting to Granada. The scenery of Andalucia from the train in wonderful. This art gallery shows modern and contemporary work by different artists and photographers.
The Centro José Guerrero is very near the cathedral. It a number of temporary exhibitions and also a permanent display of work by the local Granada artist José Guerrero. Los Manueles has been open since and since then, it has earned a good reputation as a tapas bar. It serves traditional Spanish food and tapas with a modern touch.
It sells a bit of everything, groceries, wines and spirits, magazines, bread etc. You can also top up your mobile phone, print photos and other possibilities. Al Sur de Granada is a tapas bar and shop which sells and serves typical products from the Granada region such as wines and cava, ham, olive oil, sweets, fruit and nuts, cosmetics etc. The emphasis is on healthy, wholesome products. Mediterranean food with vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options. According to Tripadvisor, El Mercader is the No. It serves a combination of Mediterranean food with vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options.
They have a very relaxing environment with soft lighting and soothing arabic background music. Massages are also available. In the summer La Higuera has one of the most sought after things in the Albaicín; a lush, cool tranquil garden with the sound of a trickling water fountain. The Museo Zambra de María la Canastera is a cave museum with daily flamenco shows.
The cave museum Museo Zambra de María la Canastera has a display of photos which document the life of María la Canastera, one of the most important flamenco dancers from Granada and the Sacromonte.
Members of her family are still involved in the museo zambra and some still perform in the flamenco shows today. Granada Cathedral was built in the 16th century on the site of former main mosque. It took years to complete. Cafe-bar serving breakfast, tapas, sandwiches, raciones and homemade cakes in the Albaicin in the centre of Granada.
La Tabernilla del Darro is a cosy and beautiful yet modern cave-like restaurant close to the Alhambra serving a great range of wine and tapas. La Tabernilla del Darro is a cosy and beautiful yet modern cave-like restaurant close to the Alhambra with seating in and outside. The bar serves a great range of wine and tapas which could easily be confused for home cooking. Bar Poë is a small, well known tapas bar in the centre of Granada offering free tapas as international as the people you'll find eating and drinking there.
Bar Poë let you choose from a small but fantastic selection of free tapas inspired by different cultures, countries and tastes, from Thai to Brazilian and Portuguese. The atmosphere is always lively and the bar is usually full with people from all over the world. La Sitarilla is a beautifully decorated, popular tapas bar close to Plaza de Gracia in Granada.
La Sitarilla is a popular tapas bar close to Plaza de Gracia in the centre of Granada.
Foto de EL BAR DE FEDE; A pesar del "belén" el servicio funcionó . Es el único bar gay de tapas de Granada y puede que el único de Andalucía. El público es. El Bar de Fede Situado en Marques de Falces 1, se ha convertido en el bar gay de moda que destaca por su ambiente muy agradable y tapas.
Given its location, it's ideal after a morning or afternoon shopping. It's beautifully decorated with wooden barrels, ceramic floors and paintings on the walls. The bar itself is very small but there are plenty of tables and chairs outside. It is extremely popular among the locals and it specialises in home-cooked, simple, Spanish food. It serves a good selection of tapas and "raciones" and it is famous for its fried fish, "pimientos de padrón" small fried green peppers, which may or may not be spicy and "pulpo a la gallega" octopus.
Groove dance club, open 7 nights a week until 7am. Two bars. Hip Hop, funk, jazz, reggae. Cover charge includes first drink.
BoogaClub also puts on live music sessions. The Bañuelo Arab baths date back to the 11th century and are considered to be among the oldest, the most complete and important baths in Spain. These baths used to be part of the Mosque of the Walnut Tree Mezquita del Nogal which previously stood here. They were built in the 11th century and are considered to be among the oldest and most complete baths in Spain. Many such baths were destroyed by the Catholic monarchs who regarded them as places of ill repute or even like brothels.
However, these baths escaped destructions probably because they occupy the ground floor of a private house. Lively tapas bar in the Albaicín serving a good selection of Spanish tapas. Los Mascarones is a friendly tapas bar in the Albaicín which is very popular with the locals. Their specialities are fried breadcrumbs with sardines "migas con sardinas" , broad beans and ham "habas con jamón" and chickpea and tripe stew "callos con garbanzos". Bar Candela is a small, friendly bar which serves a variety of dishes, tapas and bar snacks.
There are some vegetarian and vegan options, and a good selection of wines and vermouth. Friendly, traditional tapas bar serving plates of food to share. Also open for breakfast. The bar serves the typical Spanish breakfast tostada, café, etc. Restaurant with several terraces opposite the entrance to the Alhambra. This restaurant serves breakfasts, meals and sandwiches and is perfect if you are looking for somewhere to eat before or after visiting the Alhambra. It has a large dining room and several outside terraces with views of the Generalife.