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Andalusia is full of towns and villages with remarkable historical heritage, giving this region of southern Spain an international reputation in terms of cultural tourism. After Seville and Cordoba, the two Andalusian cities to see, Granada is not to be neglected, and has little to envy its illustrious neighbours. The Alhambra, a superb fortress classified by UNESCO, recalls the Moorish period, with the Albayzin district, also a World Heritage site. These two exceptional sites should not make you forget the rest of the city, its districts, its religious monuments, and quite simply the Andalusian atmosphere which reigns there…

Cheap parking in Granada: where to park in Granada?

Keen for a sunny getaway in Granada by car? A great choice indeed: the beautiful Andalusia region is a stunning destination. And if you are afraid of not finding a parking space in the city, don’t panic: traveltipy helps you […]

The best area to stay in Granada

Are you planning a holiday to Andalusia? Don’t miss a stay in Granada, whose best neighbourhoods can be found in our guide! The second best known city in Andalusia after Seville, Granada is world famous for hosting the citadel of […]

The 7 best things to do in Granada

Visit Granada: what are the best things to do and see in the beautiful Andalusian city? Nestled in the heart of Andalusia, Granada is a multifaceted city. Between sumptuous Arabo-Muslim palaces, extraordinary ski resorts, and peaceful gardens, be prepared to […]