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| Granada, Andalucia, Spain PATRONATO ALHAMBRA AND GENERALIFE (Alhambra)|
Calle Real s/n
Tel: 958 227 525
"There is no pain in life so cruel as to be blind in Granada" is inscribed on on the ramparts of The Alhambra. These words address the unique beauty of Granada.
Puebla de Don Fadrique Festival
25th to 29th December
Puebla de Don Fadrique
The Puebla de Don Fadrique celebrates its "Los Cascaborras" festival, a curious festival that won't leave you indifferent.
Galera All Souls' religious guild celebrates the traditional dance with the bidding for souls.
Semana Santa de Granada Easter week in Granada
16 - 23 March 2008A wonderful, once seen never forgotten religious celebration in a great city
Hocus Pocus Festival, Granada22nd to 25th November Teatro Isabel La Católica
Hocus Pocus offers you the opportunity to be part of one of our shows. You will be able to perform side by side with great stars from the world of magic.
Granada Tourist Office
Plaza de Mariana Pineda, 10 2º 18009 Granada (Granada)
Tel. +34 958247146 Fax +34 958247129 Full list of Tourist Offices Best Things to do in Granada Visit the Alhambra and the Generalife
World Heritage Site, the complex of the Alhambra and the Generalife is the most emblematic, known and visited monument of Granada.More Visit the Science Park
To visit the Park of Sciences is to enter a different world. A world where the visitor will have the knowledge of the science history on the tip of his fingers.More Visit Albaicin and Sacromonte The Albaicín (World Heritage Site) and the Sacromonte are two of the districts with more colour, enchantment and history of the city of Granada.
The Plaza de San Nicolas - at the highest point of the Albaicín - is famous for its magnificent view of the Moorish Palace.
Sacromonte Hill - overlooking the city from the north - is famous for its cave dwellings and once home to a large gypsy community. Here, you can find some of the best flamenco shows in Andalucia.
Perhaps the most important Christian monument of Granada is the Cathedral.
Built in 1523, Queen Isabel and King Ferdinand are buried there in its Royal Chapel.
Among museums well-worth visiting are the Art Museum in the Palacio de Carlos V at the Alhambra, the Alhambra Museum, the Cathedral Museum, the Archaeological Museum and the Science Museum.
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