Catedral de Granada
The Cathedral of Granada, on the east side of the plaza, was originally built in 1583 but has been destroyed countless times since. This...
Amy's Centro de Arte
This friendly art center offers painting and drawing classes.
Leo Tours Comunitarios
Enthusiastic locally owned business that offers all the usual options – Las Isletas boat tours (US$15), Mombacho (US$29), and a full-day...
Belfast meets Granada in this friendly pub with sidewalk seating, a rear patio, and, of course, sport on the TV.
Scoring consistent props for the best steak in town, this large yet somehow cozy restaurant just behind the cathedral specializes in...
Calle El Caimito s/n · interesting places nearby
This studied lounge and restaurant has bee-bop-tastic atmosphere, made even groovier by the fedora-sporting waiters, acid jazz, and the modern menu that features contemporary cuisine like chicken in plum sauce and an assortment of tapas.