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On day three, take another bus tour to Granada. Take in the rugged landscapes on this journey. It’s pretty amazing how you’re heading just two hours inland from the coast, but the scenery changes so dramatically. One of the most stunning things about Granada is the Moorish architecture. You can’t go to Granada without seeing the Alahambra Palace, which sits perched between the town and the Sierra Nevada Mountains. It’s one of the world’s most beautiful and impressive examples of Islamic architecture You’ll enjoy a guided tour of the buildings main attractions. You’ll stroll the courtyards , gardens and fountains while your guide takes you through the history of the structure. Snap some photos from the... Read More
On day three, take another bus tour to Granada. Take in the rugged landscapes on this journey. It’s pretty amazing how you’re heading just two hours inland from the coast, but the scenery changes so dramatically. One of the most stunning things about Granada is the Moorish architecture. You can’t go to Granada without seeing the Alahambra Palace, which sits perched between the town and the Sierra Nevada Mountains. It’s one of the world’s most beautiful and impressive examples of Islamic architecture You’ll enjoy a guided tour of the buildings main attractions. You’ll stroll the courtyards , gardens and fountains while your guide takes you through the history of the structure. Snap some photos from the Gardens – the views of the city from here are stunning. As part of the tour, you’ll also visit the Nasrid Palaces, Charles V Palace and the Generalife Gardens. Next, you’ll head over to the centre of Granada – you’ll be spoiled for choice for restaurants, so stop off and grab some lunch. You’ll have a few hours to explore the city independently. You can see the city cheaply, as the main sights are the buildings themselves. The whole city is truly picturesque. For an upgrade, you can take the Granada Sightseeing Train. It’s an environmentally friendly hybrid train (the only such one in Europe). It’ll take you to the Realejo district, the Granada Cathedral and the shopping district. You can hop off and explore different areas, or just stay and enjoy the views. Your tour bus will then take you back to Malaga, where you can spend another night soaking up the vibrant city culture.
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