On October 30, 1996, the Andalusian Parliament declared that November 22 is to be celebrated as El Día de los Gitanos Andaluces, The Day of the Andalusian Gypsies. This day celebrates the arrival of the first group of Gypsies (gitanos)
Unbelievably after all the posts written here so far about Granada and Andalusia. I haven´t blogged about Tapas yet! I did write a difference between Tapas, Raciones and Pintxos but nothing about the typical Granada tapas bars where you can to get yummy
One Friday afternoon in September I headed off to the Hammam Al Andalus Granada with a good friend of mine. This slightly hidden place is just off Plaza Nueva, right in Granada´s historic centre. It wasn´t my first visit to this particular Hammam.
This Granada calendar includes the main festivities and most popular dates in the cultural agenda. Dates may change slightly as some celebrations may move to the weekend. January 2nd January Dia de la Toma. Commeration of the conquest of the kingdom
With all the recent Media attention surrounding the Madrid and their failed bid for the 2020 Olympics. I thought I would write something about Spain´s capital city. (If you want to read about the failed bid you can see this article here by Graham Hunt.
- Flamenco in Andalusia
Molly´s Complete Guide to Andalusia Over the few years I have been writing this blog I have visited a huge part of Andalusia. This post links up all that information into a handy clickable guide to the region. (blue text are links to
Ronda is located Inland in Malaga province. This town is often on route when visiting Andalusia along with Granada Seville and Cordoba. Having visited a few times already, this Summer I re visited to retrace my steps in this pictoresque place. This is a spectacular setting. Perched on
- The Patio of the Lions, Alhambra
- Christmas markets Granada Spain Christmas shopping
- Plaza Bib Rambla y la Catedral - Escapada a Granada
This is my own guide to Granada province and also the city. With 12,635 km2 to explore and 168 different towns and municipalities there is alot to choose from. Below you have access to information on the different areas in
If you are thinking of coming to Learn Spanish in Granada. Choosing the Southern Spain is a great idea. The people are really friendly and sociable here. You also get to stay in a magical city with the Alhambra palace