Albero

Avda Santa Maria de la Alhambra 6 - 1C, Granada, Granada Province, 18008, Spain
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Flamenco Guitar classes in Granada

by WinterRoamer

I am planning to travel to Granada in February 2009 to study at a Flamenco Guitar School. Can anyone recommend a good school in that area? I have been searching for some time now but cannot receive a response from any of the schools I find in search engines. Any help will be greatly appreciated.

Thank you,

Mark

Re: Flamenco Guitar classes in Granada

by raquelitalarga

I lived near the guitar shop Guitarreria Gil de Avalle in Realejo barrio of Granada. I used to watch them manufacture the instruments through the picture window. It is also a school so you can check out their website www.granadaguitar.com
Have you looked at granadatur.com/guia-de-la-cuidad/servicios-turisticos/escuelas ?
VT member KatrinaEdbrooke lives in Granada and she recommends a flamenco teacher on her Granada page.

Re: Flamenco Guitar classes in Granada

by FredMaine

Escuela Carmen de las Cuevas. Flamenco and Cultural/Language school
http://www.carmencuevas.com/

Travel Tips for Granada

Whe visiting Almuñecar you...

by aventurera

Whe visiting Almuñecar you must visit the arabic castle, eat tapas, have a nice walk in the center town. my fondest memory of almuñecar are the three years i´ve been working and living there. i made some nice friends. the vieuws are spectacular!!!

THE ALCAZABA

by BerniShand

this was where the military and defensive oganisation was done, what a busy place this once was ! look at the remains of the houses, and the grilles in the floor - I can see rooms....would they be dungeons below there ? and over there were the baths, its like a seperate little town up here
be careful climbing the steps up to the towers and lookout points, they are very narrow, but the views when you reach the tops are definately worth the effort ! its such a clear day we can see for miles and miles
see the bell on the top of the Torre de la Campana ? it wasnt an alarm bell ever, it was installed after the conquest of Granada to signal irrigation times

I dont know about you, but Im ready for some food and a sit down, we have been here for over 5 hours ! lets walk slowly back to the entrance

Day 5 - Baena - Castro del Río >> 20k

by into-thin-air

Another shortish day, again undulating, a choice of 2 routes (We opted for
route "B" in the Confraternity Guide) quite a bit of road walking initially
but again on quiet roads, then through olive groves until just before the
town of Castro del Río.

Again, nowhere for coffee / lunch so make sure that you have a good
breakfast before leaving in the morning and pack plenty of water as well as
some snacks.

Limited accommodation in Castro del Río, we contacted the local police
(Ayuntamiento) and they took us to the Sports hall where we were given free
overnight accommodation in a changing room. Only one restaurant in the
centre of town but the food was good, plentiful and inexpensive.

EXCURSIONS: coast

by Carmela71

It is known as TROPICAL COAST because of its climate that allows to cultivate tropical products as: avocado, mango...

Some interesting cities are:

SALOBREÑA with a castle on a high rock that seems to be floating on a sea of green plants.

ALMUÑECAR a romantic village with a Roman aqueduct.

Long-distance bus

by Sambawalk

The bus terminal is 3km northwest of the city centre. I arrived here from Sevilla from EUR15 and I took bus to Madrid from here fro EUR 20. Check out your outward bound bus schedule before leaving the bus station for the city.

For here, you need to take local bus to the city centre.

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