Alhambra of Granada (Spain)
April 6, 2020
In this opportunity, we will visit Granada, in the autonomous region of Andalusia
in Spain, to cover one of his principal attractions: The Alhambra.
The Alhambra of Granada, is a medieval walled city, comprising
a Palace, a Fortress and countless buildings and monuments.
His name owes to the attractive reddish color, which it characterizes
to all his front.
Located in the hill The Sabika, and surrounded by an exuberant
forest, with plantations of bananas, chestnuts, elm trees and poplars, this
important building, it is declared in the year 1.984 by the Unesco, like Cultural
heritage of the Humanity.
We have several alternatives to come up to The Alhambra, be
already from the New Square for the Door of the Grenades, or across the Slope
of the Chinese at the end of the Walk of the Sad ones; and the trip can be
realized in taxi, in car or in public transport, but without doubts, the most
pleasant thing, it is to do it on foot, since this way, we will not get lost
any detail of this fascinating walk.
Many are the interesting buildings of seeing, in this big
palatine city, between which they stand out, the Real Palace, Palace of the
Lions, Palace of the Generalife, the Museums of the Palace, the Oratory, Palace
of Coseas, the Harem, the Room of the Kings, the Lookout and the Gardens of
Daraxa, the Gardens of the Adarves, the Tower of Seven Soils, the Tower of
the Checkers, the Door of the Wine and the Square of Weapon.
Occupied in the antiquity for Arab sultans, this majestic
monumental set, it is at present, one of most visited of the whole Europe
and despite his long history, it remains there, haughty and unbreakable.