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Museums in Granada

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Learn the history of glass making and how crystals are formed at Museo del Vidrio y Cristal de Malaga, home to around 700 glass and crystal p
Tours from $26
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The Palacio de los Olvidados ("Palace of the Forgotten") is a museum in Granada, Spain, dedicated to Inquisition. The museum has a selection
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When you rent a city bike from us, you will get more than just a good quality comfortable bike. Our enthusiastic staff are ready and waiting to provide you with all the information you could possible need to have the most enjoyable day cycling around the beautiful city of Málaga and its enchanting neighbourhoods. Our Malaga Bike Routes are available on QR codes or, if you prefer, we also have the routes in printed form. Our bike routes take you east and west along the coast as well as to the north. Going east, you will pass through old fisherman's neighbourhoods -Pedregalejo & El Palo and much more. This route is 20 kms one way. Going north on your city cycle hire, you can visit the Botanical Gardens 'La Concepción' and the Limonero Dam. Going west, you will pass by cultural highlights of the city and a nature reserve of the River Guadalhorce en route to Torremolinos. Also receive our insider tips, recommendations and discounts at local establishments. Enjoy the ride!
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History Museum
Alcazaba , Malaga
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Delve into 11th-century history of the Moorish conquest of Spain at Alcazaba. Built on the site of an ancient Roman village, the fortress ser
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History Museum
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Built by the Pisa family, Archive Saint John of God Museum is dedicated to the well-known Spanish San Juan de Dios, who devoted his life in G

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Where to stay in Granada

Granada is built in a valley looking up to the majestic Alhambra, and most visitors choose to stay where the view can be admired. Plaza Nueva, just down the hill from the Alhambra entry gates, constitutes the touristic center of the city. Many of the famous free-tapas bars and lively restaurants line this famous plaza, as well as a number of small hotels and apartment rentals. Found directly behind the plaza are the city's two historical old Moorish quarters, Albayzín and El Sacramonte, which are characterized by their narrow winding streets and picturesque whitewashed buildings. Here you'll find a number of charming hotels with hillside views of the Alhambra and city center.
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