If you visit only one town in Spain, it should be Granada. For here, extraordinarily well-preserved and in a spectacular natural setting, stands La Alhambra – the most exciting, sensual and romantic of all European monuments. Both La Alhambra and El Generalife were declared UNESCO World Heritage sites in 1984.
But that’s not it, because ten years later, the hill-top Albaicín, the former Moorish town, was also declared a UNESCO World Heritage site. This fascinating quarter is full of narrow alleyways and small squares, and a great place to get lost. You too, just like sultans some 800 years ago, will be smitten with this Andalusian city.
I love Granada. It’s a city with a special magic and I go there as often as I can.
Every day I get dozens of emails asking me about the best way to visit the city, how to purchase the Alhambra tickets online and what are the main highlights that no one should miss. That’s why after many years visiting the city myself, I decided to come up with a complete guide related to Granada based on my own experience.
The following section contains all the information that you need to know to make the most out of your time in this amazing destination.
Here is a complete summary of all the guide:
1. When to visit Granada
2. How many days to spend in Granada
3. How to get to Granada
4. How to move around Granada
5. Granada hotels: where to stay in Granada
6. What to eat in Granada
7. What to do in Granada
8. Tips to visit the Alhambra in Granada
9. How to buy tickets to the Alhambra in Granada
10. Alhambra tickets sold out. What can you do?
11. Is the Alhambra night visit worth it?
‘Granada In Two Days’ is a complete 60+ pages guide featuring exclusive content, relevant websites, rich designed maps and dozens of photos, allowing you to explore Granada before you set a foot in Spain.
It contains a detailed step-by-step walkthrough of two full days self-guided walks with all the directions and practical information necessary to go from one highlight to the next.
Everything that you will read is based on practical and organized Granada first-hand advice. The self-guided walks have been personally tested to make sure that you can do it on your own. So all you have to do is download it to start reading immediately, all with one click.