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Granada is renowned for the Alhambra, the spectacular and beautiful Moorish palace that remains one of Spain's most alluring attractions. The buildings and gardens of the complex are among Europe's most visited landmarks. The city is an elegant and atmospheric Andalucian destination built on three hills, with highlights that include the winding medieval streets of the Moorish quarter, an imposing cathedral and several historic churches. has partnered with a great selection of Granada hotels to offer you the best value rooms across the city, regardless of your preferences or budget. Booking Granada accommodation in advance with Venere allows for a stress free arrival in this part of southern Spain.

What's Granada Like?

The Alhambra, much of it constructed in the 14th century, dominates Granada with its spectacular and elegant buildings and grounds. It is an immensely popular attraction and daily visitor numbers are restricted so that it is necessary to book your visit in advance. It is worth devoting an entire day to do justice to the complex and explore the Royal Palace, the Generalife gardens and the Alcazaba. Granada is an atmospheric city to wander, particularly around the sloped streets of the Albaicin quarter, where you can see the remains of a Moorish bathhouse. Other highlights include the Capilla Real, an impressive Gothic edifice containing the tombs of the monarchs Fernando and Isabel, responsible for capturing the city from the Moors in the 15th century. The 16th-century cathedral contains an El Greco portrait of St. Francis. Granada hotels offer a relaxing base for exploring the Alhambra and more.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Granada

The tourists that throng Granada mean you will have little problem finding restaurants where English is understood, with many establishments offering English language menus. Granada has a distinctive cuisine combining familiar Andalucian dishes such as gazpacho with its own specialties. These include stews such as olla de San Anton, where beans are combined with cuts of pork and sausage. The Moorish occupation left its mark on Granada cuisine in desserts flavored with nuts, almonds and syrups. There are numerous tourist sights in Granada and it can be economical to invest in a Bono Turistico pass which allows access to the various attractions and museum and is valid on public transport. The website helps you to select the ideal option from our range of Granada hotels. Certified guest reviews, multiple photos including a sample room and maps showing the hotel's distance from the main tourist attractions create a clear impression of what to expect from Granada accommodation.