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Alcaiceria, Granada

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  • I am not sure if one person owns all the small shops in this small area behind the Cathedral, but they all seem to sell exactly the same goods at exactly the same price. Very colourful, shops packed t...  more »
  • Walk through this narrow block near the Cathedral and get a feel for what it's like in ancient Arabic marketplaces. Lots of shops lined up with similar products, featuring teas, herbs, spices, scents,...  more »
  • The narrow alleys of this pseudo Arab market bursting with shops for tourists. Staying just one of those streets so I had time to take a look at all the little shops ... they all have the same things for sale, the same sold in stores of Albayzin, looks amazing but true! And since I was in Morocco, I guarantee you it is quite another thing! But a revolution is still very pleasant, although it is more appearance than anything else. Granada is so beautiful that you forgive this little corner somewhat fake;)
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  • Located next to the Cathedral, the Alcaiceria is a maze of narrow alleyways with a distinct Moorish feel. It was formerly the Moorish silk market.
  • Very nice UN.Lugar
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  • Must-see area. You will leave happy
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  • Historical place in the Centre of Granada. Forced visit for tourists. Place charming.
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  • It's not me notable, it is a market directed solely and exclusively to the sale of souvenirs for tourists. For souvenirs of the same nature or higher quality at lower price, it is better to flee the very tourist areas. The streets are very narrow, and are very burdensome. Expected me more, honestly. But it is not bad to give a vueltilla a day.
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