The Surroundings of Granada

The Surroundings of Granada

Granada is a beautiful, big, and vibrant city of the southern part of Spain and there you can find many entertaining activities from traditional bullfights to many art galleries or night clubs. However, if you are looking for some authentic Spanish experiences, it is highly recommended to explore the surrounded villages in the Sierra Nevada…

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Granada From Top To Bottom

Granada is seen as a paradise thanks to its quaint town and natural features. From its highest views at its peak to its warm waters below each level of this tiered location has something new and exciting to offer. Here is a quick guide of how to explore its best features from high to low….

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The Phases of Picasso

The Many Variations of The Famed Spanish Artist Pablo Picasso is one of the most famed painters on the globe. Well known for his abstract and cubist paintings his name is synonymous with this particular style of artistry. Yet Picasso did not pioneer this movement alone, his friend and colleague Georges Braque was equally responsible…

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Great Coffee in Granada

Ideal Places to Grab A Cup It may not be a surprise to you to know that the Spanish love their coffee, therefore you may be even less shocked to find that Granada is populated with many different coffee houses. If you are hooked on that popular brown drug, by which of course I mean…

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The Terrible Turn of Goya

Born in Spain in 1746, Francisco Goya began live in modest means. Growing up to study art in Italy, he spent time in Rome, where artistic culture was booming and trained to increase his skills on the canvas. After rigorous study work his own paintings became appreciated as he won prizes for his work and…

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Surrealism in Spain – Dali

In 1904 Spain gave birth to Salvador Domingo Felipe Jacinto Dalí, who would live the life of a true artist and one that would inspire generations to come. With a tragic beginning thanks to the death of his Brother of the same name who had died just nine months before, Dali was taken to his…

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Making Science Fun

When you think of a big day out with the kids you don’t usually think of something educational. In fact, after five seemingly endless days at school during the week, even posing the idea of learning to kids may well cause a crying fit all on its own. Yet not all learning is equal, sure…

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The Ten Best Restaurants in Granada – Part 1

Spanish cuisine is generally highly regarded as one of the best European cuisines around. The abundance of a variety of fresh and organic produce enables chefs to create innovative and exciting food. And the large coastline surrounding Spain supplies the freshest of fish and seafood. Traditionally the cuisine of Granada is of a wider variety…

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A Local’s Guide to Granada – Part 2

It is true that the best way to discover a new place is with somebody who lives there to show you the real culture and what the locals do to enjoy themselves. But if you cannot find a friendly native then the other option is getting off your tour bus and walking around. Perhaps we…

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