Casa De Zafra, Granada

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About Casa De Zafra, Granada

Casa De Zafra, Granada - Address, Phone Number

Address: Calle Portería Concepción, 8, 18010 Granada, Spain

Phone: +34-958180079

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Time Required: 00:30 Mins

Timings: 09:30 am - 09:00 pm Details

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Tucked away in a maze of streets, the Casa de Zafra open a whole new world for visitors. A new museum compared to others in Granada, the place makes for an interesting visit with its 15th century Moorish home and historic exhibits. The museum also gives information about the Albaicin neighborhood and is itself an architectural delight.

The antiquity items truly are the highlight of the museum. The view of the neighborhood from the terrace completes the visit.

Casa De Zafra Ticket Prices

  • Admission to the place is Free.

How To reach Casa De Zafra by Public Transport

  • By Bus: Plaza San Nicolas
  • By Taxi
  • On Foot

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  • Good place to start which gives a simple history about the city, this helps you understand what you then see around you. Difficult to locate, but if your smartphone map says you are there you probably are, just look for a door and a small sign.

  • It's only 5 minutes from the main Paseo and offers a quiet break from the busy tourist trail. And it's FREE, so why not?

  • Very interesting and beautiful carvings and mosaic work. A real part of history. Originally a market for trading in the 14 century. Now its a museum. Beautiful vines growing up to form a canopy of shade.

  • You don't miss much if you skip this place

  • If you have Granada city pass it does not hurt entering, but if you have to pay it is not worth it

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