The incredible Alhambra Palace is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
When visiting an Arabic style tearoom, known as a teteria, a few words of Spanish go a long way. Some of their most popular teas are called té verde (green tea), té negro (black tea), té rojo (red tea) and menta (mint).
There are more than 10,000 gypsies living in Granada today. Many inhabit Sacromonte caves built right into the hillsides surrounding the city.
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Strategically located in the city centre, and offering exceptional personalized service and peerless facilities, this hotel is the perfect choice for exploring Granada.
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