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Granada Travel Guide



Granada travel guide provides information enough to visit this beautiful Spanish city. Granada is a Spanish province; it is located in the southeast part of Spain. Granada is bounded by the provinces of Malaga, Cordoba, Murcia, Jaen, Almeria, Albacete and the Mediterranean Sea. Its capital is Granada and its official language is Spanish. Granada is well connected with other Spanish provinces by road. Granada is the land of milk, warm summers and attractive winters which are perfect for those who want to practice snow sports.

Granada was the last Muslim stronghold in Spain; it was for a long period of time the centre for cultural exchange between Africans, Moors and Spaniards. Granada gathers the history of Romans, the Arabs and the discovery of America.

You can notice how the Moors have influenced Granada: you can find many Moorish traditions, recipes and buildings around Granada so that one can find many traditions, Moor recipes and building with Moor style around Granada. The Alhambra is the most important Muslim legacy. Each ancient building is an important piece of Granada's history. Granada has inspired many poets, writers and other artists. Federico Garcia Lorca spent his childhood in Granada; his home "Fuente Vaqueros" is actually a museum. You can visit it if you want to learn more about one of the most known Spanish writers.

Granada has several interesting attractions to visit; more and more travelers come to try its cuisine and learn all about its culture. Granada is the perfect combination of history and fun; this city has a beautiful climate all time. Also, foreign students come to learn Spanish language because there are many well-recognized language schools around Granada. As you can see, Granada offers several good reasons to spend your vacations wandering around its cities, streets and avenues. This city is as important as Madrid or Barcelona and its traditions are well appreciated among visitors and local people.

Granada Travel Guide
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Granada Travel Guide
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Granada Travel Guide
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Granada Travel Guide
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