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Cheap areas to stay in Granada

Parte Vieja, Granada’s atmospheric Old Quarter, is where you’ll find much of the city’s budget accommodation. It’s also home to an abundance of handsome public buildings, lively restaurants, and picturesque plazas. There’s also plenty of affordable accommodation in Realejo, a lively student area with plenty of buzzing bars catering to a fun-loving but cash-strapped young crowd. You’ll find cheap places to stay scattered along the hillsides of El Albaicin, a dazzling UNESCO World Heritage site famed for its white-washed houses and enchanting walled gardens.

Cheap hotels in Granada

The ibis Granada is a stylish budget hotel, with a business center and shimmering outdoor pool, and spacious guestrooms with home comforts like flat-screen TVs. The Hotel Granada Centro is a smart, centrally located hotel, where the rooms come equipped with deep soaking bath tubs and free toiletries. Apartamentos Venecia is an intimate home away from home, with a gorgeous, terracotta-tiled rooftop terrace, colorful, individually decorated rooms, and handy amenities like free WiFi.

Where to find cheap food in Granada

Great news for travelers on a budget – Granada’s one of the few remaining cities in Spain where you’ll be served free tapas whenever you order a drink. You can happily hop from bar to bar, feasting on gourmet snacks like rich jamon iberico, sherry-soaked clams, and crispy, freshly fried salt cod, all for pocket change. You’ll find fabulous tapas bars all over the city, but you’ll be particularly spoiled for choice in Parte Vieja and Reajelo. If you fancy something a little more substantial, many of the city’s restaurants offer inexpensive set lunch menus.

Cheap things to do in Granada

It’s virtually unthinkable to visit Granada without exploring the astonishing Alhambra, the breathtaking, red-hued Moorish citadel that dominates the local skyline. You’ll need to buy a ticket if you want to marvel at the intricate interiors of the iconic Nasrid Palaces, but the sprawling grounds and fragrant gardens are free to visit. Granada Cathedral is another must-see. A beautifully preserved masterpiece of Spanish Renaissance style, it’s well worth the modest entrance fee to admire its exquisite stained-glass windows, glittering gilded altarpieces, and baroque organs. For a sight you’ll never forget, head up to the Mirador de San Nicolas, or San Nicolas viewpoint, and take in sensational views of the Alhambra and surrounding mountains. It’s a particularly enchanting spot at sunset, and totally free to experience.

Cheap ways to get around Granada

Most of Granada can be easily explored by foot, so you can keep your transport costs down to virtually nothing. Just bear in mind it’s a relatively hilly city, so sensible footwear is a must. Should fatigue set in, you can also make use of Granada’s efficient, extensive bus network, which covers all of the major sights and attractions. Tickets are cheap, and you can save even further by buying a multi-trip card in advance.