The noche en blanco in Granada has been growing in popularity over the last few years. Now an important event in the city´s calendar this takes place one night each year.

You may have heard of the Noche en Blanco in Madrid or other European cities. On these special dates Museums and monuments are open all night for visiting on a special Cultural evening. Many of the organised activities are free.

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Noche en Blanco Granada

The activities begin at sunset on and run until the early hours. This years noche en blanco is on Saturday 14th April 2018.

There will be over 100 activities on that day, Flamenco concerts, poetry recitals, guided walks and events at the Alhambra palace.

Squares in the city centre will have outdoor activities going on and there will be street artists, flashmobs in the street, art exhibitions and even magic tricks at midnight.

Granada Cathedral will open up its doors as well as other monuments such as the Casa de los Tiros in the Realejo.


Granada White Night Programme

Shops and businesses will also extend their normal opening times for the noche en blanco granada. Most of them will be open until Midnight.

Childrens activities will be held in Parque Federico Garcia Lorca. Some of the activities promised are Storytellers and Sport activities.

This years theme for the 2018 Noche en Blanco is Manuel de Falla 

A Spanish composer and one of Spain’s most important musicians. Living in Granada from 1921 to 1939 the link between this important musician and the city still remains and will be remembered in this cultural event with concerts and recitals throughout the evening.

The full programme is here. Granada White Night

Palacio Carlos V Alhambra Palace

Highlights include

  • Granada Market at Plaza Bib Rambla
  • Organic Market at Plaza de la Romanilla
  • Illustrators drawing for Charity at Calle Cruz 19. Participate and support the local food bank from just 1 euro.  Creadores a sueldo at ErranT CoWorking
  • DJ and Catwalk show at some shops in Mesones + Alhondiga
  • Free entry to lots of museums and monuments around the city

More information at:

Official website: La Noche en Blanco Granada

Facebook page: Noche en Blanco de Granada Facebook

They also have a Twitter account too: @NocheenBlancoGR