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The city Granada is located in Spain (Europe) and is ubicated on the geografic position of North 37° 10' and West 03° 35'.
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6ºC - 13ºC (45ºF - 57ºF) from November to April, 25ºC - 32ºC (76ºF - 89ºF) from May to October with most of the precipitation falling in the winter and nice sun throughout June, July and August.
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The “Día de la Cruz" is a popular tradition of Granada and its province. On the 3rd of May, balconies, patios, streets, squares and houses are decorated with flowered crosses and traditional utensils. Around the cross the people meet to eat, drink and dance.
The “Feria del Corpus" festivity dates back to the conquest of Granada. The city celebrates this event for a week.
The Alhambra was so called because of its reddish walls (in Arabic, («qa'lat al-Hamra'» means Red Castle). It is located on top of the hill al-Sabika, on the left bank of the river Darro, to the west of the city of Granada and in front of the neighbourhoods of the Albaicin and of the Alcazaba.
Discover the unique arab medieval citadel, probably the best preserved in the world, that is also the highest tourist atraction in Spain!
Visit the gardens and yards, like the Partal or the Generalife Gardens, the fortress and the dungeons and, of course, the palaces of the sultans, like the Palace of the Lions or the Palace of the Throne.
You´ll feel the atmosphere of the moorish culture surrounded by the perfums of the flowers and the murmuring of the water.
Strap on your dancing shoes, put on that flashy red shirt and take it to the dance floor at the Salsero Mayor, Granada's premier latin dance club.
The club has two floors, each with its own bar. The ambience of the place feeds the eye. On the television screen they play Calle 54 and on the wall are murals of latin musicians.
The place does not only just look good, it sounds good; the music switches off between Salsa, Merengue, Latin Jazz and even a little Samba, a tasty variety.
When you order a drink in Granada you get the tapas for free, but in the center around Plaza Nueva it is quite difficult to choose. So if you are very hungry and want to satisfy your hunger with bocadillos, we recommend 'La Antiguaia' – no one known ever managed to eat more than 3 in a row.
If you prefer an authentic bodega, you shouldn't miss 'Las Bodegas Castañeda' with more typically tapas, like Montadito with jamon serrano. In case you don't like smoke, go to the 'Taberna Salinas' at calle Elvira, one of the few places in Granada where smoking is really forbidden.