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Monopoly Granada Edition

chicos jugando al Monopoly

Who hasn’t played Monopoly? This centennial  game arrives to Granada with all it’s strength! Two basic and simbolic concepts are united in this game: Monopoly, one of the most sold games in the world and a reference for board games; and Granada, one of the main tourism destinies in Spain with the Alhambra, the most…

Children Audio guided Tour in 3D with Augmented Reality

imagen audioguia infantil

“The Alhambra. The Red Castle”: Children’s Audio guided Tour in 3D with Augmented Reality The 3D Audio guided Tour of the Alhambra for Children is the latest project that Granavisión has developed, it is a proof that the Tourist Group this time focused on Innovation, Culture and Education. On Wednesday July 2 Granavisión Tourist Group…

Tropical Coast, the Gateway to the Mediterranean

Calahonda (Motril). Playa.

Tropical Coast The sea and the sierras embrace this land and its rich cultural legacy which, due to its strategic position watching over the coastline, was much coveted by the most powerful civilisations. Beaches, coves, beautiful scenery, quiet coastal and inland towns: these are perhaps the main attractions of an area with a subtropical climate…

Granada Gastronomy

a bowl of oranges on a table

Earth, cultivated land, valley and sea, all these elements have inspired Granada with regard to its varied gastronomy, passed down from the Moorish period. Many of the dishes are prepared everyday in suburbs like the Albaicín and Sacromonte with a special appeal to that culture. The garlic soups and the San Antón stews have well…

Granada from the Albaicin

Vistas aéreas del barrio de Albaicín

Declared a World Heritage Site by the UNESCO in 1994, the labyrinthine Albaicin is one of the oldest districts in Europe, and is also almost a self-contained town in itself, whose popular, intimate and welcoming character has been preserved for over a thousand years. The best way to experience the Albaicín is to take a…

Granada Centre, the Christian heritage

a person standing in front of a store

Granada Centre, the Christian heritage Offering a wide range of cultural and leisure activities, the centre of the city, attracts a considerable number of visitors every year. Enjoying the mild spring weather, resting in one of the numerous lively squares, visiting monuments of great artistic value… Granada has plenty to offer. In front of the…

Alpujarra’s architecture

flores en las calles de Granada

Alpujarra’s Architecture: adapted to the environment The nearly eight centuries of Islam in the Alpujarra and Lecrín Valley left a permanent mark on the urban development of the area. As with the white mountain villages of North Africa built on hillsides and at the bottom of valleys, the first Moorish settlers built their tahás on…

Granada from the Realejo

a sign on the side of a building

At the foothills of the Alhambra, the Realejo, the former Jewish quarter, is today one of the most popular and lively districts in Granada, and it still preserves the multicultural legacy from its centuries of history. A good option is to visit this area after the Alhambra. If you go down the Cuesta del Realejo,…

The Best Breakfast I Ever Had: Pan Con Tomate

a close up of a plate of food

The Best Breakfast I Ever Had: Pan Con Tomate Years ago, after turning away or into the world while wandering through Europe by myself for a third of a year, I met a stranger on a train in between countries I don’t remember. It was early in the trip, and the stranger asked “Where are…

Christian and Islamic cultures coexist in Andalusia

a castle surrounded by trees

For the third time in a week, I’m touring the Alhambra, one of the most popular sites in the world’s fourth most-visited country, and finally I have it all for myself. Not a pushy guide but a bullfrog in one of the fountains is the loudest sound on a late May night in this hilltop…