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It's quite a walk till there, comfortable shoes are a must. I arrived in Sacromonte around 4 P.M. and was virtually nobody there. However, it was there, right in front, the magnificent Alhambra and the view pays all your efforts.
Had a lovely stroll wondering around the streets, lots of windy roads but mostly uphill so be prepared for that. Most food places were closed when we were there but you can imagine the area comes alive later on. Feels pretty safe but stay aware...More
If you're claustrophobic, this may not be for you as the space is small and the dancers are right on top of you. It is worth it to see and feel the passion of the dancers. The women's hand shapes and gestures were soft and...More
Steep climb and well signposted. Nice little
Museum at the top, €5 entrance and a cold beer from the little bar was very welcome! A selection of caves with a synopsis in English and Spanish of the ghost history and you can go in the...More
This is a wonderful neighborhood! There's a couple of very chill bars with an incredible view of the Alhambra and the countryside on the main road. It's an easy, but distinctly hilly walk from the center of Granada. The Roma people who lived here were...More
We took a guided tour of sacromonte. They are the gypsy caves in the mountains and some of them have been converted into museum. There is a wall that separates sacromonte from the settled area of Albaicin. Who were the gypsies? From where did they...More