Granada is one of the most splendid cities of eastern Andalucia. Granada dates back to prehistoric times and was known as Ilbyr. When the Romans colonized southern Iberia built their own city who was baptized under the name of Illibris. The Arabs, to make the invasion of the Peninsula in the eighth century, gave the city its current name of Granada.Thanks to all these historical facts, there are currently hundreds of tourist sites to visit in Granada.
Being the last Muslim city of Spain to be reconquered by the Christians, Granada has an unmistakable Arab flavor, this can be found in things like architecture, environment and culture in general. The city of Granada is famous for being a romantic city, where tourists love romantic getaways can be fascinating, which is why hundreds of newlyweds looking to visit in Granada for their honeymoons.
One of the brightest jewels of Granada is the Alhambra, a series of palaces and gardens built under the Nazari Dynasty in the fourteenth century. This powerful compound of buildings, including the summer palace called Generalife with its fountains and gardens, is situated at the foot of the Sierra Nevada and is one of the most visited places in all Granada.
The hill facing the Alhambra is the old casbah called the Albaicin. This is one of the oldest in Spain and has now been declared a World Heritage Site, along with the Alhambra and the Generalife. [...]