Final boarding call for the warm and welcoming Spanish city of Granada!

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5 good reasons to go to Granada

Explore the majestic Alhambra
Explore the majestic Alhambra
The Alhambra is a remarkable hilltop palace complex that stands guard over Granada. These medieval buildings were built during the Muslim occupation and the Renaissance by the Kings of Spain. Enclosed within its ramparts you'll find the Alcazaba, the Nasrid Palaces, the Generalife, the Palace of Charles V and the beautiful gardens.
Non-stop sunshine
Non-stop sunshine
A flight to Granada is just the ticket for basking in the balmy Andalusian sunshine. Spring and autumn are the best seasons to visit to soak up the rays while avoiding the suffocating heat of summer. Catch your breath and feel the sun on your skin with a stroll through the many luscious and refreshing gardens and patios here.
Dazzling sunsets
Dazzling sunsets
If it's picture-postcard views you're after, walk up the hilly streets to Granada's heights. The miradores are viewing points that offer up breath-taking views. From the San Nicolás mirador, marvel at the best views of the Alhambra, its ochre walls catching the last of the sun's dying rays.
Relax at the Arab Baths
Relax at the Arab Baths
The Arab occupation of Spain left traces that lingered well after the demise of the Kingdoms of Andalusia. Treat yourself to a well-being experience like no other! Granada's hammams are gorgeous spaces with an oriental-inspired feel. Sensory pleasures and complete tranquillity combine to create the perfect place in which to relax.
Sample Andalusian delicacies
Sample Andalusian delicacies
Don't leave without trying the world-renowned tapas! These little sharing dishes are absolutely delicious. In Andalusia, it's all about honey-drenched pastries and soups like gazpacho. Wash down with a glass of regional wine or beer!

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Culture and history

Granada's cathedral

Granada's cathedral

Built between the 16th and 18th centuries, Granada's cathedral is a testimony to Spanish dominance in Andalusia in the aftermath of the Reconquista. The ornate choir is exquisitely set between the white naves. The royal chapel backs on to the cathedral and is the final resting place of Ferdinand II of Aragon and Isabella I of Castile, the kingdom's famous Catholic monarchs.

Wander around the Albaicín

Wander around the Albaicín

With its pretty cobbled streets, dazzling white houses, gorgeous squares and bell towers, the city's old town, the Albaicín, is simply enthralling. This picturesque little neighbourhood is peaceful and relaxing, and is home to many churches and the mosque. The archaeology museum is a must-see for history buffs.

The Sacromonte district

Mix things up a bit by heading over to Sacromonte. This neighbourhood is full of caves and was once gypsy country. A handful of gypsies still live in the cave dwellings today. If you get the chance, pay a visit to the cuevas (caves) museum. An abbey awaits at the very top, with incredible views over Granada!


Flamenco vibes

Flamenco vibes

Andalusia is the spiritual home of all things flamenco. Immerse yourself in this thrilling musical tradition! For the best flamenco shows in town, the city's cultural centres and theatres (tablaos) often put on professional performances. Musicians often perform flamenco music in bars, with members of the public joining in. 

Tapas bar crawls

Make like the Spanish and spend the evening hopping from tapas bar to tapas bar! This gives you the chance to try each establishment's different specialities. Perfect for sampling all the many different kinds of tapas available. Go for a contemporary bar or try something more traditional in a setting embellished with woodwork and azulejos.


Ajo blanco, Granada's very own chilled soup

Break away from classic tomato gazpacho and try some ajo blanco. This chilled soup is an explosion of rich flavour, a refreshing concoction made from almonds, garlic, breadcrumbs, milk or water, a drizzle of olive oil and a dash of vinegar. In Granada, ajo blanco is served with fruit like grapes or melon.

Tocino del cielo, Andalusia-style flan

Tocino del cielo, Andalusia-style flan

The ultimate Andalusian dessert,  tocino del cielo looks like a standard flan. But with a twist! Tocino del cielo is made using egg yolks only, resulting in a lighter texture according to some. Judge for yourself: tocino del cielo is a staple on many restaurant menus. When served up in small portions, it's called tocinillo del cielo.

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887 km

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20°C (max 31°C)


27°C (max 35°C)


14°C (max 24°C)


10°C (max 18°C)

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