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This is just a 10 minute walk down the hill from the Alhambra (go right at the Hotel Alhambra Palace, stay in the road). The terraced gardens laid out over several levels are beautifully laid out, with some nice sculptures. The museum is small, but...More
Wow, it is a hidden gem of Granada. I bought ticket as combined ticket to Alhambra (it was the olny one left). I didn’t really know what to expect, but what a place. The architecture and each detail to be perspective I can even describe...More
Extraordinary, quirky building and gardens in a stunning hillside location, plus an interesting art gallery attached. Guided tour only - Spanish, but the helpful guide was happy to provide English translation for us.
For my visit to Granada this was one of my top three highlights. If you like art, architecture, the 1910-30 use of space form and can dream a little about what it would be like as an artist to live here then you will love...More
Can only be seen with a guide who doesn't speak anything other than Spanish in one of the most visited places in the country..!
It felt like a pack of sheep beeing supervised by an unsmiling guard.
Total waste of time compared to the beauty...More
This was not part of our original plan, but we were all glad we visited. The architecture, more than anything else, is what makes this place so interesting. Visiting the underground passages (which are believed to connect with the Alhambra) was an awe-inspiring experience.
This house was built by an artist Jose Maria Rodriguez-Acosta during a period when he was dissatisfied with his painting. It is on the side of a steep hill and has patios and gardens, statues and an art collection as well as an extensive system...More
Arriving early in the day, we were lucky enough to be guided around the garden by Guillermo whose background in architecture helped us to ‘get it’! A garden should have a soul, but this one has treats galore as well as a soul and a...More