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Calle Caldereria Nueva

Calle de la Caldereria Nueva, Granada, Spain
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Small alley

Walking along this narrow alleyway gives an illusion as if it's in the Middle East or North Africa... read more

Reviewed 14 June 2018
Leon L
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Hong Kong, China
Touristy, but a nice walk

Walked through the area without spotting anything of real interest. The shops sell pretty much the... read more

Reviewed 4 December 2017
Jonas L
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Uppsala, Sweden
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13 Jun 2018
“Small alley”
4 Dec 2017
“Touristy, but a nice walk”
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Calle de la Caldereria Nueva, Granada, Spain
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Reviewed 14 June 2018

Walking along this narrow alleyway gives an illusion as if it's in the Middle East or North Africa. The smell of shisha and tagine marks the distinctiveness of Albaicin. An interesting area to explore.

Thank Leon L
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Reviewed 4 December 2017 via mobile

Walked through the area without spotting anything of real interest. The shops sell pretty much the same thing to the same price so there's not much to be gained from browsing and looking at different sellers and their offers. Tea houses might be interesting, didn't...More

Thank Jonas L
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Reviewed 17 June 2017

We were staying in a hotel opposite the end of this street. It was very quiet during the day, but came alive at night with lots of stalls selling many different types of items.

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Reviewed 15 May 2017 via mobile

A lot of stores selling a wide variety of wares from morocco, Nepal, India/Pakistan, Syria, Iran with a few Spanish goods. For the most part it is very similar to Alcaiceria. Expect to bargain pretty hard if you are buying anything. You should be able...More

1  Thank Zakizakizaki
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Reviewed 13 April 2016

Lovely little street, full of shops and terterias. We ate a lovely little one (I think number 5) run by a young couple and they could not have been more friendly.

1  Thank AJG_Ipswich
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Reviewed 4 March 2016

A pair of streets (old and new) very similar mostly full of Morrocan style shops aimed at the tourist trade, but a long way from what you might find in souk which is totally different experience, but probably as good as it gets for this...More

Thank MikeFo
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Reviewed 4 March 2016 via mobile

Living barrow little street with many small shops selling mainly maroccan goods. Place transforms at night with all the lovely maroccan lights so well worth 2 visits- day and night.

Thank Paulsmithcasty
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Reviewed 18 December 2015

The wares sold here are so colourful. It is suppose to evoke a feeling of being in a North African baazar. While it doen't quite achieve this imitation it has it's own unique vibe that makes this worth visiting. It is certainly a tourist trap...More

1  Thank IOGWFH
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Reviewed 31 August 2015

I only stumbled upon this small road when I decided to venture to the inner parts of Albaycin, just because I had just a little time to spare before leaving Granada... It is an uphills walk, not too long, very colourful, with many shops selling...More

4  Thank VivIPianist
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Reviewed 2 August 2015

This street is definitely a tourist trap. That being said it is very colorful and fun to visit. The many restaurants look cosy and colorful too.

Thank Christina H
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