The Alhambra and Generalife Palace complex, Granada's most emblematic monument, exudes beauty at every turn. Its gardens are among the most romantic spots in the city. Its colors, the scent of the flowers and the sound of water create a truly intoxicating atmosphere. Another marvelous area is the old Arab neighborhood of El Albaicín, made up of a network of white houses on a hill, with baroque churches and Arab cisterns. La Cartuja Monastery, the cathedral, the Arab baths and Parque de las Ciencias (Science Park) are just some of the city's infinite treasures. Travelers will also not want to miss an evening visit to see a zambra (gypsy dance) in one of the caves in the Sacromonte neighborhood.
In addition to its World Heritage Site monuments such as the Alhambra and the Albaicín quarter, Granada is also a university town that never sleeps. Its streets invite you to experience the fascinating and magical night-time atmosphere.