Puerta Real is the centre of Granada

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Pastelería López-Mezquita
Pastelería López-Mezquita
Cake shop - bar - cakes - churros
Casa Lopez-Mezquita is a renowned Granadinan cake shop established in 1862. It also has a bar.
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Restaurante Albahaca
Restaurante Albahaca
Small restaurant in the centre of Granada
Small restaurant in the centre of Granada with a reasonably-priced set menu and good food.
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Cunini
Cunini
Cunini is a well known restaurant in Granada specialising in seafood. There is an inside restaurant and a terraza. Delicious tapas are served at the bar.
Medium to high priced seafood restaurant. There is an outside teraza in the street which is open on the days of good weather and also an inside restaurant if you prefer. The bar is always full of local people attracted by the high quality fish tapas and raciones.
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Corral de Carbón
Corral de Carbón
The Corral de Carbón is the oldest Arabic monument in Spain. It has a spectacular doorway and a simple courtyard.
The Corral de Carbon is located on Calle Reyes Católicos and is the oldest monument from Arab times in Spain. It consists of a spectacular doorway with a contrastingly simple interior courtyard. The Corral de Carbón was built in 1336 by Yussuf I. It was originally a corn exchange and store in Arab times, and merchants and carters would stay here.
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Restaurante Hicuri
Restaurante Hicuri
restaurant - vegan food - vegetarian food
This restaurant changed to being fully vegan in 2013. There is a wide range of veg/vegan dishes and also a daily menu del dia. Offers a variety natural juices and smoothies, roasted veggies, and the house specialty is lasagne. Some gluten free dishes are available.
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Capilla Real
Capilla Real
The Royal Chapel was built in the 16th century and contains the tombs of the Spanish Monarchs Isabel, Fernando, Juana and Felipe.
The Royal Chapel was built between 1505 and 1521 by Enrique Egas and was commissioned by the Catholic Monarchs for their burial site. It was the last gothic church to be built in Spain
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Plaza Bibarrambla
Plaza Bibarrambla
Plaza Bibrambla is a large square in the centre of Granada
Plaza Bibrambla is a large square in the centre of Granada. There are many cafe bars and often there is entertainment for children such as merry go around.
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Los Leones (Chino)
Los Leones (Chino)
Chinese Restaurant in Granada
Good Chinese restaurant. In the summer there are chairs and tables outside. Plenty of discount special menus for groups or a very cheap menu del dia.
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Cacho & Pepe
Cacho & Pepe
Italian restaurant in the centre of Granada.
Small restaurant in Granada which specialises in a variety of Italian food to takeaway.
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Restaurante Chikito
Restaurante Chikito
Traditional restaurant and tapas bar in the centre of Granada.
The Chikito is one of the most well-known restaurants in Granada and is very popular with the people of Granada. It serves traditional Granadino dishes.
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Los Diamantes
Los Diamantes
This restaurant is the epitome of a Granadino tapas bar.
This is one of the most highly rated tapas bars in Granada. Actually one of the problems with this bar is that it is so popular that it is almost always packed. They have attained such popularity with very high quality tapas at very reasonable prices.
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Café Fútbol
Café Fútbol
Café-bar and restaurant
Café/bar and restaurant serving tapas, tostadas, raciones, platos combinados, pizzas, ice-creams, churros con chocolate.
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Los Italianos
Los Italianos
Italian ice cream parlour
"Los italianos" - famous traditional Granada ice-cream parlour
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Catedral
Catedral
Granada Cathedral was built in the 16th century on the site of former main mosque.
The Cathedral area comprises four buildings: the Cathedral, the Royal Chapel, the Sagrario, and the Merchants' Exchange. Building work was directed by the architects Juan Gil de Hontañón and Enrique Egas and began on 15th March 1523. It took 180 years to complete.
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Taberna La Tana
Taberna La Tana
This bar in the Realejo offers a superb range of wine, tapas and platos of typical Spanish food, and a great atmosphere.
Located in the Realejo, this bar offers a great, lively and friendly atmosphere. It offers a superb range of wine, tapas and platos of typical Spanish food.
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La Botillería
La Botillería
Restaurant in Granada
Restaurant in the centre of Granada specialising in good quality Spanish cuisine.
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El Conde
El Conde
Tapas bar in Granada
Tapas bar in Granada with a good selection of drinks and Spanish tapas.
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La Pajuana
La Pajuana
Tapas bar in Granada
Restaurant in Granada serving a wide range of high quality and reasonably priced tapas.
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Centro José Guerrero
Centro José Guerrero
This art gallery shows modern and contemporary work by different artists and photographers.
The Centro José Guerrero is very near the cathedral. It a number of temporary exhibitions and also a permanent display of work by the local Granada artist José Guerrero.
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Restaurante El Aguador
Restaurante El Aguador
Restaurante - Spanish food - paellas - pizzas
It offers a wide selection of dishes, including grilled meats, rice dishes such as paella and pizzas. In the summer months, there is a pleasant terraza where you can eat outside.
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El Granero
El Granero
Late night disco pub.
Late night disco pub. There are 3 distinct zones with different styles and ambience. It is open from 4pm until 6am the next morning. /am at weekends.
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Casa de los Tiros
Casa de los Tiros
The Casa de los Tiros is a 16th century building with a museum for local arts and traditions.
Like many of the palatial houses in Granada, the Casa de los Tiros was built in the 16th century between 1530 and 1540 and gets its name from the cannons that were placed between its ramparts ("tiros" means "shots" in Spanish). Its façade originally formed part of the defensive wall surrounding the area where the potters had their workshops and studios. One of the notable features of the building is the "Cuadra Dorada" with its painted wooden-beamed ceiling. The tower is the only original part of the building and the other parts of the house were subsequently built around this. It currently houses a Local Arts and Traditions Museum.
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Casa Cepillo
Casa Cepillo
Cheap menu del dia restaurant with outside terrace
A cheap menu del dia restaurant with outside teraza and inside comedor. Central location near the Cathedral.
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Cafetería Alhambra
Cafetería Alhambra
Café-bar in Plaza Bib-Rambla
Café-bar in Plaza Bib-Rambla serving chocolate con churros, pizzas, pasta, meals, snacks and a set menu
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Los Manueles
Los Manueles
Modern tapas bar serving traditional Spanish tapas.
Los Manueles has been open since 1917 and since then, it has earned a good reputation as a tapas bar. It serves traditional Spanish food and tapas with a modern touch.
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De Todo un Poco
De Todo un Poco
24 hour shop.
a convenience store which is open 24 hours a day. It sells a bit of everything, groceries, wines and spirits, magazines, bread etc. You can also top up your mobile phone, print photos and other possibilities.
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