Plaza Apartments

Plaza del Pulgar, 18001, ES-18010, Spain
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Restaurants good to go to with kids

by paembry

I'll be in Granada in February with a 9 and 12 year old. Any suggestions on where to eat? Someplace nice but kid friendly would be great. Are any tapas places appropriate for kids? Thanks.

Re: Restaurants good to go to with kids

by puerto_lover

On question of Tapas - there is a map (pdf file) shown here that gives the main areas. The area between Angel Ganivet and Corral carbon shown on this map or if you open Google Maps and search for Calle Navas, Granada, is good for tapas. Maybe some could be suitable?

Re: Restaurants good to go to with kids

by unaS

The Fres Co chain is very child friendly. They have flat price open buffet counters, eat as much as you want, informal seating all..

Good for vegetarians and meat eaters alike.

I ate in the one on the Gran Via Colon 28.

Full details on my Granada page: Tips/Restaurants.

Re: Restaurants good to go to with kids

by chrisalbayzin

Hi !

Most places are good for kids... the only limit is smoke. Calle Navas has great tapas bars and not only for tourists (remember you can't order tapas... you order a drink and tapas come free). In Granada, you can only order "media raciones" or "raciones".

In the Albayzin, the two best places a are "casa Torcuator", calle pages and bar kiki on the mirador de San Nicolas.


Travel Tips for Granada

Alhambra Tip 1 - Alcazaba

by jamiesno

The Alhambra is so big that I thought I would give a number of tips on it based on the pictures that I have.

The Alcazaba is the the fortified military complex. The first Arab constructions date from the Caliph period, possibly on the remains of a Roman fortification. In the eleventh century the Ziries extended the area when Granada became the capital of one of the Taifas [small independent kingdoms]. Nevertheless, the main constructions date from the Nasrid period, the thirteenth to fifteenth centuries. The complex also includes some Christian additions, such as the round Torre del Cubo [Cube Tower].

This area contains the famous Torre de la Vela, a watchtower that has an unbeatable view of the city, the Vega [fertile plain] and the Sierra Nevada mountains. The soldiers' houses have disappeared, and the dungeons are closed, but you can walk along some towers, the rampart and parapet walks and see the remains of the baths, silo, cisterns, etc.

It's sort of hard to make out,...

by DrewV

It's sort of hard to make out, but take a look at the long fountain behind Marguerite and me. The spouts of water leap playfully into the long pool as the courtyard brims with flowers. It's astounding, really.

things you need..

by Faracy

Wear shoes you can walk in, on slippery stone streets, and up hills. You might not think you need it, but sunscreen... the sun is particularly intense here because of the elevation. I got burned just walking around.


by barryg23

Many historians think that Granada was named after the Spanish word for Pomegranate. The fruit is one of the symbols of the city and appears in the cities coat of arms. The pomegranate can also be seen on almost every street in the city on top of the bollards which mark pedestrian passages. These can be very easy to miss!

By Car: How far/how long...?

by Redang

Granada is in Andalucia, south of Spain.

Driving distances to Granada from:
- Málaga: 127 kms.
- Sevilla: 252 kms.
- Madrid: 421 kms.
- Paris (France): 1688 kms.
- Roma/Rome (Italy): 2259 kms.
- Berlin (Germany): 2765 kms.

For more distances together with the time driving, check:


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