Solar Montes Claros

Montes Claros 13, Albayzín, Granada, 18010, Spain
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Amazing beauty in the Partal Gardens.Amazing beauty in the Partal Gardens.

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Forum Posts

Semana Santa 2007

by VViking

Hi - we shall be in Granada 6-9 April 2007 during Semana Santa. I have a few queries that hopefully someone may be able to answer:

Is there any particular event during Semana Santa that we should try and make sure we see?

Where is the best place to see any of the major processions?

Will all the bars/restaurants be open as normal in the evenings?

Where do all the Granadainos go in the evenings to eat and drink during/after the processions?

Does anyone have any tips/recommendations in general as to how to get the most out of our stay during the Semana Santa weekend?

I look forward to your replies! Thanks.

Re: Semana Santa 2007

by mykey81

I studied in Granada during the spring of 2003 and found standing along the Paseo de los Tristes [along the Rio Darro north of Plaza Nueva] my best bet. The processions in Sacromonte at night are also quite impressive with bonfires around the neighborhood although the area can be a bit dodgy at night.

The bars were open like any other night although most other stores will remain closed on Sunday [and even Saturday afternoon as well]

Re: Semana Santa 2007

by VViking

Thank you, Mykey81.

Travel Tips for Granada

Alhambra - general cont

by Kuznetsov_Sergey

In Alhambra all the treasures are hidden inside, as well as in other moorish palaces. Outside Alhambra represents modest enough construction. Walls are unattractive, facades are not decorated. The Arabian governors did not like to parade luxury. They preferred to stay in stuffy premises rest in small court yard where fountains are murmuring and fishes are swimming in pools. Fragrant gardens have to slow walks.

Free tapas with drinks

by Dabs

Granada is known for their practice of giving you free tapas when you order a drink. We mostly ordered meals so we didn't get one until our last night there when we ate at Ooh La La in the Plaza Bib-Rambla where they gave us a good sized portion of chicken on a skewer and olives before our meal.

Alhambra -The Washington Irving apartments

by Jim_Eliason

The famous American writer, Washington Irving, arrived in Granada to find the Alhambra in ruins and inhabited by sqatters. He took up residence here and wrote "tales of the Alhambra" a collection of fiction and legend concering the palace.

A Hip Haven in Pedro Antonio Madness

by lareina about El Peaton

If you are wandering down Pedro Antonio feeling like your pants aren't quite tight enough, you haven't drank enough free chupitos, or that you might be a little old for the silliness of that street, turn off onto Calle Socrates and head to El Peaton.

I used to hang out there 'todos los jueves a las doce y media'! Alas, those days are over, but luckily the Peaton is still a hip place to hang when I am back in town. Instead of euro-pop, you just might hear the Pixies, Radiohead, Marilyn Manson, or REM to name a few. The crowd can vary, but is usually teens to early 30s. The concrete walls are covered in layers of music posters from the ages and the far wall is painted with the image of the Beatles crossing Abbey road. After all, el Peaton means 'the pedestrian'.... but somehow that just doesn't sound as cool!

LITTLE BUSES

by BerniShand

its a beautul walk up to the Alhambra, but its up a steep path. If you want to conserve your energy for walking around the complex - and believe me you`ll need it - then you can catch one of the little buses in the Plaza Neuva and ride up for only 95 cents
the buses fill up very quickly, there are only 8 seats, but you can stand, its not far, there are also buses here to take you up to the Albacin and Sacramonte through the narrow winding streets that ordinary buses cant get through and where only the brave or foolhardy drive

but walk down, you pass interesting houses and see wonderful sights

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Address: Montes Claros 13, Albayzín, Granada, 18010, Spain