15 Feb Historical Center
The monumentality of the favorite city of the Catholic Kings can be seen in buildings as impressive as the Cathedral, symbol of the Christianity of Granada, which marks an excellent point to start a walk through the heart of the city. Next to it is the Royal Chapel, pantheon of the monarchs, and a little further on, the monastery of San Jerónimo, a Renaissance jewel of the first order.
The center of Granada is also characterized for being a lively bustle, with its shopping streets and numerous tapas bars. The Alcaicería stands out, the old silk market, and the Bib-Rambla square, full of freshness and color thanks to the flower stalls that adorn it all year round.