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I've never been to a museum, who's main feature was a collection of caves in varying degrees of disrepair, which was interesting in itself.
I didn't see much about Sacromonte in my travel book or online, so visiting it was something of an afterthough, but...More
Cycled here on Ebike, history was fascinating and worth a visit. Especially to the cave museum of Curro Albycian - a wonderful Flamenco dancer and historian of sacromonte. The views are great higher up
We were advised to visit here after a chance conversation with a Spanish lady at the cathedral. We only walked up to the top of the hill to appreciate the view (overlooking the Alhambra). We hadn't realised what was here. The cave dwellings are worth...More
Small museum dedicated to gypsy life in Spain, not so long ago. Worth a visit. Overlooking the Alhambra castle, it probably provides the best place to take pictures of the castle from a short distance.
If you ever happen to stay a night in Granada, a visit to the nearby SACROMONTE district is A MUST! Watch the sunset with the best Alhambra and Granada views possible from this one of a kind hill town, home to the largest and most...More
Yes... visit the Alhambra palace = it is absolutely fabulous.... but don't forget to go further up - right to Sacromonto..... that fabulous monastery, so high up, that you look down on the Alhambra. It is breathtaking. Do the monastery tour. 5 euros each. It's...More
There are no words to describe this place... It´s beyond awsone! You just have to go and experience it for yourself. This distric of Granada is well-known for its cobbled streets (good to keep you fit!), its fantastic views over La Alhambra and for its...More