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Book your accommodation in Granada Líbere and enjoy a city that is living history. Bet on the Líbere experience to move freely and discover the legacy of the many cultures that populated these lands. Phoenicians, Arabs, Visigoths, Carthaginians, and Romans left their mark, which can be seen in a thousand details. From the narrow streets of the Albaicín to the impressive architectural treasures it houses, Granada is unique. The capricious orography of the land, between the hills of San Cristóbal and La Sabika, draws a picturesque route and provides wonderful views. In addition, the multicultural spirit of its origins is still present, with neighborhoods such as Sacromonte where you can enjoy the art of flamenco and the rich gastronomy of Granada.
Frequently asked questions about Granada
What is the best area to find Granada accommodation?
Areas near the historic center are preferred by those seeking to fully immerse themselves in the city. However, there are other areas that are also in high demand, such as the Camino de Ronda, the Albaicín, or Zaidín-Vergeles.
What is the best time of year to find accommodations in Granada?
Although Granada is a destination that attracts travelers throughout the year, there is a smaller influx of visitors between January and March. It is the perfect time to take full advantage of a first-rate urban destination.
How much does accommodation in Granada cost on average?
Prices are highly variable depending on the area chosen and the type of accommodation, with the average being around 95€.
What to see in Granada in one day
In one day, you barely have time to savor and discover all the treasures of Granada, but you have a chance to see the highlights. The Líbere Granada apartments are an ideal starting point to discover the main attractions, such as the impressive Cathedral, the Mirador Ojo de Granada or the Puerta de Elvira, one of the old entrances to the city. It is worth continuing the route wandering around, as the city hides treasures at every step. About thirty minutes walking from the Granada Bib Rambla apartments, you can reach the Alhambra and the Nasrid Palaces, two of the essentials in a visit to the city.
On the tour, you cannot miss a walk through some of the most emblematic areas of Granada, such as the Albaicín, the Realejo, and the Sacromonte. This neighborhood is closely linked to flamenco culture. There are tablaos or zambras where you can enjoy a show to experience the essence of this art up close. In addition, it is worth making a stop at one of the old caves converted into hotel establishments, where you can recharge your batteries and taste some of Granada’s delicacies.
What to see in Granada and the surrounding area
In addition to the essentials, such as the Alhambra and the Generalife, Granada has a lot to offer. Among the most visited and photographed areas are the Paseo de los Tristes and the Carrera del Darro, with many terraces where you can stop and enjoy the views. The Monastery of the Cartuja and the Plaza Nueva are also places worth visiting. In addition, you can’t miss a walk to the Puerta Elvira, which leads to the street of the same name and the neighborhood of the tea houses. On the other hand, in the area there is much more to see, with beautiful towns such as Malahá, Alhama de Granada or Padul. The archaeological site of the latter is perfect for visiting with children and discovering mammoth remains. If we go a little further, we can get to know the Alpujarra, Sierra Nevada, and, of course, the Granada coast.
Eating in Granada
There are numerous restaurants where you can enjoy the delicious food of Granada, such as the Remojón, the Tortilla del Sacromonte, or the broad beans with ham. Establishments such as Casa Julio or Taberna El Mentidero bet on the most traditional cuisine. On the other hand, there are also vegan and ethnic cuisine proposals. Among the most recommended is El Mercader, Entrebrasas or Carmen El Agua, where the quality of its cuisine is enhanced by priceless views of the Alhambra.