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Lio granada Gourmet burger Granada Spain

Gourmet Burger places in Granada Gastrobars and restaurants in Granada are more innovative than ever. Many have added Gourmet burgers to their menus along with more traditional Andalusian dishes. Here´s my favorites (so far) in Granada city centre. You may

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Parador de San Francisco Granada 72 Hours In Granada

72 Hours In Granada Apart from being one of Spain’s great historical cities, Granada is also situated in beautiful surroundings on the edge of the Sierra Nevada mountains. While spending just 72 hours in Granada, this attractive Andalusia city there are four must see

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Benidorm Beach Spain

  If you’re planning a holiday in Spain this year, here’s a list of five beaches in Benidorm you shouldn’t miss: Five Best Beaches in Benidorm 1. Poniente Playa Stretching for more than 3 km, Poniente Beach begins at the

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Granada esta de moda Every year Granada celebrates a Shopping night in the city centre. From early evening until midnight DJ´s catwallk shows and live music are set up along the commercial streets around the city centre. Shops offer discounts

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As you probably have already noticed I love Spanish food. But sometimes I have a craving for something a little different. Last week I got an invitation to try out Burbu Bar at Calle Mesones 50, Granada. This café/restaurant is on one of

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Atmosphere at the Seville Fair

Each April, thousands of people visit the largest and most celebrated festival in Andalusia, the Seville Fair; or as the locals call it – Feria de Abril. It’s a great fiesta where people drink, eat, dance, socialise and experience this

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What is an Aljibe? Aljibe is the word for an underground well, a water deposit tank or cistern. In Granada many of these historic structures can be seen dotted around the Albaicin quarter. The largest one in the city is the

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Since I´ve been living in Granada I´ve noticed lots of things that only happen in Granada. Some good, some curious and other not so good. Hope you enjoy these observations.. Only in Granada A boar in the bar In April

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Some of the most typical tapas in Granada are Ham Croquettes (croquetas de jamón) or pork in tomato sauce (carne en salsa). For a vegetarian or vegan visitor it can be tricky to order especially for non spanish speakers. Stating that

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Pinos del Valle is one of the villages of the Lecrin Valley. This is region is close to the Alpujarra and just a short drive from Granada. The village looks over the Beznar reservoir and is set amongst Pine, orange

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