Day 4 of my first European expedition (Granada)

It’s the first morning in Granada.

Granada definitely has a different atmosphere from Barcelona, ​​so it feels like traveling to another country.

​We left the hotel around 10 a.


First, I came to Alcaiceria Street.

Although it is small, I felt like I was visiting a small market in the Islamic region of the Middle East.




And after taking a walk here and there, I came to Navas Street, where tapas streets are crowded.

While looking for a restaurant to have lunch, we went to Bar La Chopera, which was crowded even in the early hours.

I ordered the set menu and it was quite a portion.

There were 2 basic tapas, a bottle of wine, and 8 tapas with a menu.

It was 30.

55 euros, including two cups of coffee after the meal.


​After eating slowly, we headed to Granada Palace by bus.

We slowly looked around at the Generalife, Nasrid Palaces, and Alcazaba in that order, and then took the bus again.

I looked around for about 3 hours.

You must make a reservation in advance to enter the Nasrid Palaces.


The Albaicín district seen across the street is truly fantastic.

It was a shame that the camera couldn’t capture everything.

I also slowly looked around the places that appeared in the drama Memories of the Alhambra.


​And then we walk towards Nicholas Observatory.

Thinking about it now, I wish I had taken the bus for this too.

If you are too busy to look around properly, I recommend using public transportation.

And I watched the sun set and the Granada Palace at night at El Huerto de Juan Ranas cafe.

I took a bus to come down.



​In front of the accommodation is Plaza Isabel La Católica, which is great for lounging around when the weather is nice.

This is a place I personally really like.


​We were hungry, so we looked for a restaurant and got takeout kebabs from a kebab shop near our accommodation, so we ate and rested in our room.

We woke up early that day as usual.

​To be continued on the next page.