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I walk there in daytime ,around 11am-13 pm seem everything still close . May b in the evening around 5 pm will better . But i can take some photo shots , nice landscape even i cant seen how people work and live . They...More
Walked that little bit further along the riverside and up the hill to view the cave museum. A modest display of the cave-living life of previous generations. It also placed the basic fundamentals of such living into an international perspective. Everything about it is modest...More
This district is behind the Alhambra and worth a walk around if you're fit! It is full of whitewashed cave houses and long ago was inhabited by gypsies who were persecuted in the Inquisition along with many thousands of unfortunates. It is very picturesque but...More
We wandered up to this district as part of our weeks stay in Granada. It’s a steep climb so wear comfy shoes, a sun hat & take water.
The gypsy dwelings that we passed had been turned into bars offering Flamenco shows but as it...More
Walked up to the Sacromonte caves after my earlier morning visit to the amazing Alhambra. The walk was pretty steep. View looking down was pretty nice. However, I was underwhelmed with the caves. Personally felt that you wouldn’t have missed much if you don’t have...More
This area of Granada was where the gypsies lived in caves..now mainly small bars with flamenco shows. Worth a walk (it’s a small but busy road) as the little houses are pretty & the views across to the Alhambra lovely
This is the traditional area occupied by the gypsies , attended a Flamenco traditional show in one of the caves. Was very passionate and show cased the era that was the past and the simplicity of the cave house.
Fun place to explore, easy to get to. If you buy the tourist train ticket, just hop off at Sacromonte stop and walk up the street, Interesting and great views of the Alhambra.Stop in one of the open Flamenco caves for a quick drink. They...More