Alcaicería & Plaza Bib-Rambla
Just south of the Capilla Real, the Alcaicería was the Muslim silk exchange, but what you see now is a restoration after a 19th-century...
Cicerone Cultura y Ocio
Informative walking tours of central Granada and the Albayzín leave daily from Plaza Bib-Rambla at 10.30am and 5pm (10am & 4pm in...
Centro José Guerrero
An art gallery named for the Granada-born abstract painter (1914–91) who went to live in the US. Exhibitions are temporary and with a...
This venerable pastry shop provides great on-the-go snacks – a flaky empanadilla filled with bacon and dates, for instance, or a piece...
Calle Alcaicería · interesting places nearby
Formerly a grand Moorish bazaar where silk was made and sold, the stalls are now taken up with souvenir shops. The setting is still very reminiscent of the past, however, especially in the early morning before the coach tours descend. You can still see where the gates once stood at the entrances, there to guard against looting and closed at night. Opening hours vary, depending on the individual shops.