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Granada what to see in 3 days

Granada que ver en 3 días

Welcome to Grenada! If you have three days to enjoy this beautiful Spanish city, here is a comprehensive guide to what to see and do during your stay. We will include schedules and suggestions to make the most of your time in Granada.

Day 1

09:00 AM - Start your first day in Granada with a visit to the Alhambra. This impressive palace-fortress is the main tourist attraction of the city and you will not be disappointed. We recommend you book tickets in advance and arrive early to avoid the crowds.

12:00 PM - After visiting the Alhambra, head to the Albaicín neighborhood, one of the most picturesque places in Granada. Walk its narrow streets and enjoy panoramic views of the city. If you are hungry, take the opportunity to try some tapas in one of the local bars and restaurants.

03:00 PM - Continue your tour of the historic center of Granada. Visit the Cathedral of Granada, one of the most impressive buildings in the city. Be sure to see the Royal Chapel, where the remains of the Catholic Monarchs, Isabel and Fernando are located.

06:00 PM - End your first day in Granada with a visit to the Mirador de San Nicolás, where you can enjoy an impressive panoramic view of the Alhambra and the city. Sit on one of the nearby terraces to enjoy a drink while admiring the scenery.

Day 2

09:00 AM - Begin your second day in Granada with a visit to the Monastery of San Jerónimo. This impressive Renaissance monastery has a beautiful church and an impressive collection of sacred art.

12:00 PM - After visiting the San Jerónimo Monastery, head to the Parque de las Ciencias, an interactive science center that has a wide variety of exhibits and experiments for children and adults.

03:00 PM - Continue your tour of Granada by visiting the Palace of Carlos V, an impressive Renaissance building located inside the Alhambra. Be sure to visit its impressive central courtyard and its art collection.

06:00 PM - End your second day in Granada enjoying dinner at one of the local restaurants in the historic center. We recommend trying the delicious cuisine of Granada, such as the famous tapas dish, the Sacromonte tortilla.

Day 3: The last day in Granada

9:00 am - Start your day at Plaza Nueva, one of the most vibrant places in the city. Here you will find numerous cafes and shops to enjoy a good breakfast and do some shopping.

10:00 am - Head to the Cathedral of Granada, one of the most emblematic attractions of the city. The cathedral is an impressive work of Renaissance art with an 80-meter-high bell tower. In addition, you can visit the Royal Chapel, where the remains of the Catholic Monarchs are located.

12:00 pm - Walk to the Albaicín neighborhood and visit the Mirador de San Nicolás. This is one of the most famous viewpoints in the city and offers a spectacular panoramic view of the Alhambra and the city. It is the perfect place to take pictures and enjoy the views.

1:30 pm - It's time to enjoy the delicious gastronomy of Granada. Head to one of the many taverns and tapas bars in the Albaicín and enjoy local specialties such as Iberian ham, croquettes and salmorejo.

3:00 pm - After lunch, visit the Monastery of San Jerónimo, an impressive work of Renaissance art with a beautiful church and an impressive collection of sacred art. Be sure to see the Chapel of the Kings and the main altarpiece.

5:00 pm - Spend the afternoon enjoying a stroll through Parque García Lorca, a beautiful public park located in the north of the city. Here you will find fountains, gardens and paths to walk and relax.

8:00 pm - End your last day in Granada with dinner at one of the many restaurants in the city. You can opt for a traditional Andalusian dinner or try something new and experiment with modern cuisine.

Conclusion

In three days, you can see some of the best tourist spots in Granada and enjoy the culture and gastronomy of the city. Plan your trip in advance and be sure to book your tickets to the Alhambra and other tourist spots in advance so that you can make the most of your time in this beautiful city.