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Declared in 2009 of international tourist interest the Holy Week in Granada, with its 32 brotherhoods and 34 Nazarene courts, is one of the most spectacular in Spain whose celebration dates back to the sixteenth century. Processions such as ‘The Gypsies’ parading through the hills of Sacromonte, accompanied with songs of ‘saetas’, or La Virgen de la Aurora, through the narrow streets of the Albaicín, will make you feel like a trip back in time.

Granada’s Holy Week, with the Sierra Nevada and the Alhambra as backdrops, its people and its cuisine await you and what better place to experience this experience in the first row than staying at the Palacio de los Navas, through whose door the most important of our Holy Week.