Apartamentos Turisticos San Matias

C/ San Matias 8, Granada, 18009, Spain
Apartamentos Turisticos San Matias
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Alhambra and Arab Ritual Bath tour

by LolaSanFrancisco

Has anyone taken this tour ( I bought it from VIATOR) it's the Muslim Granada - Alhambra and Arab Ritual Bath tour, about 8hrs with the massage.

Re: Alhambra and Arab Ritual Bath tour

by puerto_lover

I have done the Arab baths in Jerez. Maybe the ones in Granada are the same. One freezing icy pool, one tepid, and one hot. I put my toe in the cold pool and decided to stick to the hot baths. I would imagine very relaxing after a trek around the Alhambra before you hit the tapas bars.
http://www.hammamspain.com
Don't forget you will need your swimming costume as it is a mixed place, and "You must speak quietly inside the baths area. Decorum is required."

Travel Tips for Granada

visit the alhambra...

by kaz_zee

visit the alhambra palace,wonderful building and wonderful views. We had travelled down from Sierra Nevada because there was no ski-ing that day.We spent the day at the palace and wandering the little winding streets of the city.Driving back from Granada,up through the hills,we came round a bend to find the whole of Sierra Nevada covered in snow,what a lovely sight!!

Obtaining your Credentials in Granada

by into-thin-air

Before you start to walk any “Camino” you need to obtain your “Credentials” This paper is also sometimes know as a “Pilgrims Passport”
On the lesser know Camino’s these can be somewhat problematic to get hold of, and without them you can’t stay in Perigrino accommodation or claim your Compostela when you eventually arrive in Santiago de Compostela.
I searched guidebooks and the internet before setting off for Granada and found no useful information available on this subject so made it a bit of a mission once there.
Credentials are available weekdays only from The Office of the Cathedral, This is an old building on the opposite side of the Cathedral to the main public entrance (The one you pay to see the Cathedral – we were initially told that you had to pay to go inside the cathedral and the office was inside !! – I was going to see the inside of the cathedral in any case so nothing was really lost)
The Building is unmarked but is a distinctive orange colour and has a large studded door with an arched top and poplar trees growing outside -You go into the building and there is an enquiry desk in front of you, we made enquiries here and were met with a somewhat vague response but someone in the office to the left realised what we were looking for and took us up one floor and the office that deals with issuing the Credentials is located to the front of the building. Cost is 2 Euro

Calle Caldererie Nueva

by barryg23

The Albayzin reminded me of Medinas I had visited in Morocco and Tunisia. It's full of Moorish style cafes and some of the narrow, winding streets, such as Calle Caldererie Nueva, contained shops and cafes normally seen in a medina. While it may have felt North African the prices were more European, especially in the cafes and bars. Nevertheless, it was a fascinating street to explore, and a reminder of just how much visible history there is in Granada.

More presents and hand made things

by arlequin_g about Cuesta de Gomerez

If you visit the Alhambra you have to go up this street, either in bus or walking. Anyway you must have a look at all the shops here. In some of them you can see how the are making the objects, guitars, boxes...

Bus to/from train station

by Hopkid

The city bus does not stop directly at the Granada train station. To get to the train station, catch a No. 4, 6, 9, or 11 bus on the Gran Via de Colon going west (away from the Plaza Isabel La Catolica towards the Jardines del Triunfo). Get off at the stop immediately after the one for the Jardines/Plaza del Triunfo and then cross the Avenida de la Constitucion and walk down Avenida de la Andalusi to the train station.

To get to the Plaza Nueva from the train station, walk straight ahead away from the train station up to Gran Via de Colon and catch a No. 4, 6, 7, 9, or 11 going toward the right (east) and get off at the stop for the Cathedral and continue walking to the east to Calle Reyes Catolicos (if you pass the Catholic Monarchs monument you've gone too far - see photo). Make a left and the Plaza Nueva will be about 200m up the street.

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