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
Don’t be afraid of a language. Embrace it, screw it up, keep practicing and screw it up again. This and being patient is the key to learning.
I would like to introduce you to a cultural phenomenon that has been an important part of Granada’s eclectic cultural patchwork for over six hundred years.
A Fairy Tale For All The Family – Your insider guide to festivities in Granada with Adélaïde Palvadeau
See the evolution of the hardcopy of the Magazine. Please make sure to leave a comment and tell us which one was your favourite cover. Back In the Zone – fantastic Autumn in Granada Getting in the flamenco Zone The original Idea that never got Printed A short Lived change of Logo Hot off the press- The very first issue of Granada Insider Ah now we are back on track....
Many people come to Spain on holiday and decide they want to stay. Mark Shurey knew he wanted to live in Spain long before he ever set foot in the country
Nobody might actually believe it, but there really did used to be a Sierra Nevada Tram.
What it is like to be a Swede living in Granada. Martina tells us her story.
A simply must read interview if you are a fan of street art.
Letter to the Editor: Granada’s English speaking population is one step closer to truly experiencing all that this fascinating city has to offer.