Plaza de Santa Ana


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

A short walk along the riverside Carrera del Darro brings you to the Baños Árabes El Bañuelo, a well-preserved 11th-century Muslim bathhouse.

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1. Iglesia de Santa Ana

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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…

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. 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…

6. 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…

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. Fundación Rodríguez-Acosta


On the Realejo hill, the Carmen Blanco houses the Rodríguez-Acosta foundation in a building created in 1914 by the Granada-born modernist artist José…