My husband and I are visiting Spain at the end of September. Our plan is to spend 5 days in Madrid and use the city as a home base for day trips to Toledo and Segovia.
Granada is well out of your way from your intermediate destinations, as well as the begin/end city of Barcelona. Transport costs plus time, and so much to see at …
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BUT, with all of that said, the Alhambra definitely IS worth visiting. How to visit the Alhambra. Since I wasn’t staying in Granada, I booked a tour from Seville with Viator. The tour included transport, skip-the-line entry to the Alhambra and Generalife Gardens with a guide, and an optional hour-long walking tour of the Albaicin (the old Moorish part of Granada).
Nov 03, 2013 · Worth visiting We did not book ahead and when we arrived, tickets for the day were sold out for the palaces. After standing in line for 50 minutes, we did get tickets for the rest of the complex and debated whether it would be worth going but decided to go ahead.
I full agree with Tony above, Granada is worth it a visit, as many other towns in Andalusia are. So, probably you can better use your time somewhere closer to Sevilla. As well take into account there may be snow in the mountains, and this may affect your travel plans.
Yes GRANADA is worth a visit . It is located in Spain . It is famous for its bars , graffiti arts , Islamic architecture and many things . I would say do visit Granada if you ever go to Spain . It is one of the most beautiful places there.
Granada is so well priced – all attractions are good value for money, the food is great and so is the weather. All in all, it’s definitely in my top 3 favourite European destinations. (Although I’ve read online & heard from locals that it’s an absolute nightmare in summer being between 40-45 degrees.
Santiago de Compostela is a popular destination for vacationers in visiting the shrine of apostle Saint James the Great in Camino de Santiago (The Way of Saint James). The cathedral that houses the shrine is one of the oldest and most beautiful in Spain, and the bucolic countryside surrounding it is also well worth …
I am scarcely a third of the way up the hill towards the Alhambra when the point is made. Plaza Nueva – that wide, café-lined space at Granada’s heart, awash with Andalusian warmth – has