Iglesia de Santa Ana


Off the eastern corner of Plaza Nueva, Plaza Santa Ana is dominated by this 16th-century Mudéjar church whose bell tower incorporates the minaret of the mosque over which it stands; it was designed by Diego de Siloé. It's only open during Mass.

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1. Plaza de Santa Ana

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Plaza Nueva extends northeast into Plaza de Santa Ana, overlooked by the Iglesia de Santa Ana and its distinctive bell tower.

2. Archivo-Museo San Juan de Dios

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This small museum occupies the aristocratic Casa de los Pisa where Granada's resident saint, San Juan Robles (San Juan de Díos), died in 1550. The house…

3. Calle Calderería Nueva

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Linking the upper and lower parts of the Albayzín, Calle Calderería Nueva is a narrow street famous for its teterías (teahouses). It's also a good place…

4. Baños Árabes El Bañuelo

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Sitting by the Río Darro, this well-preserved Moorish bathhouse dates to the 11th or 12th century. Light beams into its vaulted brick rooms through…

5. Torre de la Vela

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Of the towers in the Alcazaba section of the Alhambra, the most celebrated is this, the so-called Torre de la Vela (Watchtower) where the cross and…

6. Centro de la Memoria Sefardí

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Since being expelled en masse in 1492, there are very few Sephardic Jews left living in Granada. But this didn't stop one enterprising couple from opening…

7. Alcazaba

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Occupying the western tip of the Alhambra are the martial ramparts and towers of the Alcazaba, the site's original 13th-century citadel. The Torre de la…

8. Museo Arqueológico


Relaunched in 2018 after an eight-year restoration, Granada's archaeology museum is spread across the 16th-century Casa de Castril, with its elaborate…