Granada is a city located at the foot of the Sierra Nevada and crossed by two rivers, Darro and Genil. It has approximately 274,000 inhabitants.
Alhambra The Alhambra is the most visited monument in Spain. It is the most beautiful building in Granada and the best of all the monuments left us by the Arabs. During the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries, Nazari Dynasty built this military fortress and royal residence. Everywhere water is present, like the Court of the Lions with its famous fountain.
All the Alhambra is walled. There are four gates. It has two parts. One is the Alcazaba, a military fortress. The other is the Royal Palace, with areas reserved as royal residence.
A part of the monument is the Palace of Charles V, designed by Pedro Machuca.
The Generalife Gardens It is located in the so-called Cerro del Sol, where you have excellent views of the city of Granada and of the valleys. It was built in the thirteenth century for the nazaries kings.
The Abbey of Sacromonte is rich in paintings, sculptures and manuscripts of Averroes and San Juan de la Cruz. Sacromonte
Arab Baths They were built in the eleventh century and they are one of the best preserved baths in Spain. The columns are Visigoth, Roman and Arab.
The Cathedral of Granada is one of the key buildings of Spanish architecture. It sits on the Great Mosque of Granada. When it began, it was a Gothic project. However, it ended up being a Renaissance project. The Cathedral of Granada was completed in 1704. Cathedral
The Cathedral of Granada is a large building with five naves separated by pillars with classical columns.
Granada is one of the most beautiful cities in Spain. We know it. We are from Granada ;)