Visiting Granada this July? This exhibition inspired by the city is a must-see! If you’re in Granada this July, you can’t miss “Cautivada por Granada” for a free, unique and authentic experience of the city. Granada Insider caught up with the artist – Natasha Phillips – to find out the story behind the exhibition and talk about her life as a British artist living in Granada. Natasha, tell us about the exhibition. The exhibition...
The Finest guitar making in Granada, Spain. A day spent with Daniel Gil de Avalle and the most incredible guitars that he makes.
Visit the Alhambra You can check out the GI guide on what to do at the Alhambra, how to get there and where to buy tickets here: Quick guide to the Alhambra Watch Flamenco in the Caves We have two must read articles on Flamenco in Granada. Firstly check out our general insight into Andalus style Flamenco or alternatively in our life stories / interesting Granada section you can check out our “Sacromonte Story” Enjoy Tapas...
The biggest festival and the best party every year in Granada. La Feria de Corpus Christi.
Semana Santa (Holy Week) is the biggest religious event in the city of Granada. In the Spanish culture, religious traditions have deep roots in the society. The 68% of the population belongs to the Catholic Church, making it to be the largest religion in Spain.
“The memory of my suffering will do more for our cause for liberty than all the flags in the world.”
The city of Granada may not appear on anyone’s list of great river cities it can actually boast not just one; but two waterways coursing through its heart
Music, Dance and Song; The Beautiful Art of the Gypsies. All you need to know about the magic of the music and dance.
Granada brings dancing to the streets On the 3rd of May Granada will be celebrating the “fiesta de las Cruces” a festival that is emblematic of the city. A date filled with tradition and charm. The fiesta of the cruces stems from the XVII century and takes its current configuration from the early years of the 20th century. It brings a festival in which each barrio or neighbourhood organises to erect in the street a large cross...
What happens when a Catholic and Muslim culture live side-by-side? Linda Burridge looks to Granada to find the answers.