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READ ABOUT Granada Cathedral, is the burial place of the Catholic Monarchs

One of the greatest masterpieces in Renaissance architecture, Granada Cathedral, is the burial place of the Catholic Monarchs. Here is where Isabella and Ferdinand chose to be buried because they deemed their defect of Muslim Nasrid kingdom was their most important accomplishment.

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Free in Granada

The last city to still include a tapa with your drink


There IS a
free lunch

Granada exudes beauty, color and a great feeling. The narrow streets of its traditional neighborhoods, with their Arabic vestiges, contrasts with the majesty of the city center’s architecture. Granada is one of the few remaining cities in Spain still including a free tapa when a drink is ordered.


Granada Tapa

In Granada the tapa comes free with a drink. Unlike most cities in Spain, the concept of the tapa as a courtesy of the bar owner, a small plate that came with your drink.The custom has long since died elsewhere, but is still exists in Granada.

Night crowds fill the cafés on Calle Navas in central Granada

A Few Good Picks

Bar Avila
Calle de Veronica de la Virgen 16

CoCo's Bar & Tapas
c/ San Matias 4

Los Diamantes
Calle Navas, 26

Minotauro Tapas Bar II
Carrera del Darro 23

La Tana Calle
Rosario, 11

Bodegas Castañeda
Calle de Almireceros, 1-3

Calle Verónica de la Magdelena, 40

La Botillería
Calle Varela, 10

Al Sur de Granada
Calle del Rosario, 8

Octopus, seldom on Anglo menus but an old Mediterranean favorite found all over Spain.

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