There is much to see in Granada - The Alhambra Palace and Generalife, Calle de las Teterías, the Lorca House & Museum, the Carthusian Monastery, Plaza de San Miguel Bajo, Parque de las Ciencias, the Cathedral, Campo del Príncipe and the Capilla Real, etc.
Sparkling with light, endless and pleasurable, the Granada night will carry you
from the lively area around the bullring to the Pícaro Café in Calle Navas, where jazz is yours to enjoy. Also, the exotic teashops to Hanningan and Sons (a famous Irish pub). We suggest the following options: live music at the terraces of the hotel in the summer nights, and the Poetry Sessions, unique in town.Granada's cuisine - like its culture - is a potpourri of traditions.
Trévelez jam from the sierra; chicken with tomato from the Alpujarra; seafood en brochette and sardines from the coast; ajoblanco (a cold soup of almonds and garlic) from the market gardens; and pollo al ajillo (chicken pieces fried with garlic) from Sacromonte. The local desserts include almond sweets prepared in Moorish style.