Carmen Del Cobertizo

C Cobertizo de Santa Ines, 6, Granada, 18010, Spain
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Traveling in Spain & nearby countries

by rboydnm

My college aged kids are traveling to Granada in July to take classes for a month and then travel. Can anyone suggest an itinerary? Good tourist book? Clothes to wear? Etiquette specific to the area? Thank you.

RE: Traveling in Spain & nearby countries

by Valadelphia

They should do research and come up with an itinerary that interests them, then ask for specific advice on getting around. If they are planning on staying in the surrounding region, the Rough Guide to Andalucia is excellent. is another good resource.
In July, this region of Spain can be scorching hot. No special instructions needed as far as etiquette--only the good sense I'm sure you have instilled in them :)

RE: Traveling in Spain & nearby countries

by Ribeirasacra

What near by countries are they visiting?

Travel Tips for Granada


by BerniShand

Its 10am ! we enter the palace and immediately we are surrounded by beautiful stone work, the first part is called the Palace de Comares, this was built by Yusuf I who ruled from 1333 and who was largely responsible for forming Granada into such a centre of culture and learning

here in the Palace de Comares you can see wonderful views over Albaicin where the ordinary people lived, and to the hills beyond, the Palace has been altered many times over its history, Castillian coat of arms date from the time of the conquest by the Catholic Rulers
Originally the wall carvings has colour added, look carefully, you can still see traces of it here and there, and dont forget to look up at the magnificent marquetry ceilings

are you ready to see more ? then lets go out into the sunshine in the Mexuar patio

Pussy cats everywhere - miaow!!

by aaaarrgh

Granada's walled Alhambra was full of pussy cats. All over the place. Generally friendly and often hardly more than kittens. Especially around the snack bars - cats are certainly resourceful and not stupid :-)

There was a particularly strange looking grey one near the Alcazabar. I think she had some wolf in her genetic code.

Some of the older cats had their right ear clipped - maybe because they had been given 'the chop'

(:-o -O~

Street Bands

by racheljapi

If you wander around Granada in the evenings you may run into street musicians performing. Usually standing towards the edge of a small street not on the main drag, these people are enjoying themselves as much as everyone watching. Make sure to keep your ears and eyes open, especially in the areas around the tea houses.

The Alhambra at night

by alcalacurro about culture

One of the most romantic things you can do in your live is seeing The Alhambra at night. I recommend you being in Sacromonte cause you´ll see in front of you, I think, the best and most expectacular landscape you can ever see. If you´re there in the evening, the Alhambra seems have been made by red materials, at night, centuries are quiet; you could be perfectly in the nine century.

Liverpool or Stanstead to Granada

by suvanki

Ryanair fly daily from Liverpool and Stanstead to Granada.

Prices vary widely. I flew from Liverpool Airport (2006), for £32 return including taxes etc. (it cost me more to get my photos developed!!!)

My flight out was quite comfortable, although there was limited food available - I got the only hot sandwich left, and there was no ice or lemon slice for my G&T. ;-(

The journey back was better stocked!

There were lots of Spanish students on the return flight who looked like they were planning a lively weekend in Liverpool!

Liverpool Airport is actually located in Speke. There are buses to Liverpool from the airport, but I'm not sure of times/prices yet (I'll try and find out)

Top Tip- no booked seats 1st come 1st served- I found they let ticket number 1 - 65 board first- on my return I was in this block- most people rush to the front steps- So if you want a better choice of seat/ space to stash your hand luggage- saunter to the back steps!
I did this, bagged a window seat, and found that miracleously, I ended up with the row of seats to myself!!! Result!
Update - on certain routes you can 'priority book' for a small sum of money, so you can jump to the front of the queue -ok when you board from the airport, not ok, if you have to board a bus to get to the plane!

An airport bus runs a service into Granada for 3 Euros and is timed to co incide with incoming flights - if the flight is delayed, the bus waits. The first bus leaves around 11.40 and the last bus is 23.05

Buses leave Via de Colon for the airport from 06.50 to 21.30 except Saturday (1945)
* Please allow time to find the bus stop, or check with the driver when being dropped off, as due to the roadworks, the bus stop has been moved (Apparently unbeknown to the Tourist Info Office!) Please see my roadworks tip above for more details.

*** update*** Ryanair now flying from East Midlands Airport - HOORAH!!! less than an hour from my home (They've also added Santiago de Compostela!!!)


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