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For conferences, conventions, and other meetings, look no further than the Granada Congress and Exhibition Centre. With an auditorium to accommodate up to 2000 people and several other meeting rooms meant for hundreds of people, it is the perfect event venue. You'll find a great selection of comfortable accommodation within walking distance, as well.


The cuisine of the region has some Arabic influences, but with its own distinctive flavour. Check out one of the city's many famous tapas bars, such as Bar Los Diamantes. Granada offers plenty of Spanish restaurants such as Al Sur de Granada and Restaurante Sevilla, but you'll find a mix of other cuisines, too. Head to Viva Maria for inspired Italian food or Restaurante Arrayanes for mouthwatering Moroccan.


Shopping in Granada will yield the latest fashions, an assortment of handcrafted goods, and much more. Plaza Nueva is the spot for eclectic jewelry and clothing, while Calle de los Mesones is the spot for trendy clothes and shoes. Head to the Albaicín, Granada's Islamic quarter and a World Heritage Site, for speciality shops. While in Granada, look for artisans offering ceramics, embossed leather, taracea, and even guitars.

Major Points of Interest

Granada is an old city with a heavy Islamic influence coming from its time under Moorish rule. Without a doubt you should visit the Alhambra, a massive fortress-meets-palace that dominates the landscape. You can also check out Hammam Al Andalus for an authentic Arab bathhouse experience, or visit the Bañuelo to see historic baths dating back to the 11th century. Be sure to catch a flamenco show, a huge part of Granada's heritage.


If you're more interested in sports, Granada is home to a football club, Granada CF. If you can't catch a match at Estadio Nuevo Los Cármenes, you can always head to the bars to watch. You can also head just out of Granada to Sierra Nevada, a ski resort where adventurous travallers can make the most of excellent skiing and snowboarding trails. If you prefer warmer weather, consider spending a day on the links at one of the city's golf courses, including Granada Club de Golf and Club de Golf Los Moriscos.