Visit the cathedral and take the hop on hop off road train. It stops on a hill overlooking the Alhambra making for good photos. I don't know your age, but a good discount is available for the older generation.
Can't believe it just had an email today cancelling our tour of Alhambra palace, they are now asking if we can swap to a date next week that I have told them not possible. They have said they will refund me if this isn't convenient, so hopefully that should go without an hitch. So we will have to spend the day looking round Granada as I have booked into a campsite, has anyone got any suggestions of things we should go to see.
I would agree with the above...there's a couple of monasteries along the road train route that we thought worth a visit as well..... Maja
Thanks for the tip about the ACSI site in Bea's De Granada, we opted to stay here and they got us tickets for the Alhambra Palace for €32, a bit different from the €70 we had been charged for a guided tour, which they cancelled on us, at least they have refunded us, so with the change it pays for this campsite for a couple of nights.
Missed this post earlier! If you are still staying Granada a guided walk from tourist place was fascinating.
Ok, can't remember the name of the restaurant...you walk down the (steep) hill into town and it is on the left a couple of hundred yards or so when you are back on the level. As I said delightful terrace garden and the only decent place down there. It shows up on Google maps or maps.me....I will find its name in a mo...
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