Münzer Route

This ancient route, also known as the Camino Real, united Granada with Almería through the inland villages, skirting the mountain massif. It used to be a well-travelled communicating road in the times of al-Andalus. It is named after the explorer [...]

Alpujarra Route

The Alpujarras stretch between Granada and Almería. To follow this route, that joins the capital cities of both provinces, a series of mountain passes are used so as not to cross the massif formed by the Sierra Nevada, Sierra de [...]

El Legado Andalusi

The Legado Andalusi is a foundation from the Junta de Andalucia. Its aims are promoting the knowledge and spreading the cultural patrimony of the Spanish Muslim period. The main target is to follow the traces of Al-Andalus, the Spanish Muslim [...]

The route following the first European settlers

The route following the first European settlers is a circular walking route that is 152 km long.  It passes though the municipalities of Castillejos, Castril, Galera, Huesca, Orce and Puebla de Don Fadrique. This route highlights the great historical, cultural [...]

Federico García Lorca tour

  Federico García Lorca was a world famous poet and playwright from Granada. There are four museums where visitors can learn about the author and his life. The first is the Museo-Casa Natal de Federico García Lorca in Fuente Vaqueros [...]

The discovery of America

Granada was the city that made Columbus’ journey to the Indies possible. It was here that he was given the patronage of the Catholic Monarchs, even though it was initially difficult to win their favour. He stayed in the Castillo [...]

The Nasrid Kingdom of Granada

Granada reached the peak of its importance as a city between the 13th and 15th centuries, when it was the centre of the Nasrid kingdom. The Nasrid legacy can be seen in most part of the Alhambra, the Generalife, the [...]

The royal city and the works of Siloé. A Renaissance Tour.

After the conquest of Granada, the Catholic Kings decided to turn the city into a symbol of Christianity. This is why they also decided to be buried here, as their grandson Carlos V did years later. Renaissance art glorified the [...]


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