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Alcaiceria, Granada

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  • If you visit the Alhambra, you really should take a day and walk down to the old part of Granada, where the narrow alleys and cobbled streets still house ancient markets. They are full of touristy tri...  more »
  • This used to be the commercial center of Granada, walled off from the rest of the city with guards posted at the entrances. Today, it is a set of criss-crossing narrow alleys that are lined with shops...  more »
  • A maze of narrow streets behind the Cathedral, full of various gifts - porcelain, clothes, jewellery and other interesting ones. Some shops may be a bit cheaper than others, you can bargain as well. T...  more »
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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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