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Ideas to spend a rainy day in Granada

Ideas para pasar un día de lluvia en Granada

Welcome to Granada! We know that the rain can be a factor that hinders the tourist experience, but don't worry, here in Granada there are many activities to do even on rainy days.

If you are a lover of art and culture, we recommend you visit the Granada Museum of Fine Arts, where you can find a large collection of works of art from the 15th to the 20th centuries. Also, if you are interested in history, you can also visit the Archaeological Museum of Granada and discover the history of the city and its surroundings.

For lovers of literature, Granada is the perfect city to enjoy the rain in one of the many bookstores and literary cafes found in the city. Places like La Tertulia, La Qarmita or Babel Libros are an excellent option to spend the afternoon enjoying a good read and a cup of coffee.

If you prefer to explore the city, despite the rain, you can choose to visit the famous Albaicín neighborhood. This neighborhood full of history, cobbled streets and old buildings is especially charming on rainy days. Enjoy a pleasant walk through its narrow, cobbled streets, and don't forget to visit the Church of San Nicolás and its incredible views of the Alhambra.

You can also take advantage of your free time to visit some of the many museums in the city, such as the Museo Casa de los Tiros or the Parque de las Ciencias, which has interactive and fun exhibits for all ages.

Another option to enjoy the rain in Granada is to go shopping. The city has a wide variety of shops, from clothing and accessories stores to souvenir shops and typical products of the region. The historic center of the city has many streets covered and protected from the rain, making it the perfect place to go shopping on a rainy day.

Finally, you cannot leave Granada without trying its delicious cuisine. On rainy days, what better than enjoying a good plate of hot food. Try the famous dish of the region, the Alpujarra, which consists of a stew of meat and vegetables. You can also try the tapas in one of the many bars and restaurants in the city, and don't forget to accompany them with a good glass of wine!

In summary, even if Granada has rainy days, don't worry, there are many things to do in this beautiful city. Whether you prefer to visit museums, explore the Albaicín neighbourhood, go shopping or enjoy the local gastronomy, Granada has something for everyone. Enjoy your stay in our city!