Alcaicería & Plaza Bib-Rambla
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...
La Madraza de Granada
La Madraza was founded in 1349 by Sultan Yusuf I as a school and university. It still belongs to Granada University. Since extensive...
For something new and a bit different, head to this lovely bistro, which adds a touch of Parisian panache to Granada – truly the best of...
Alcaicería & Plaza Bib-Rambla information
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 fire, filled with tourist shops. Just southwest of the Alcaicería is the large and picturesque Plaza Bib-Rambla . Nearby, the handsome, horseshoe-arched 14th-century Corral del Carbón was once an inn for coal dealers (hence its modern name, meaning Coal Yard). It houses a government-run crafts shop, Artespaña .