Casa Morisca De Horno De Oro, Granada

Casa Morisca De Horno De Oro, Granada - Address, Phone Number

Address: Calle Horno del Oro, 14, 18010 Albaicín, Granada, Spain

Phone: +34-958027971

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Time Required: 00:30 Mins

Timings: 10:00 am - 08:00 pm Details

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About Casa Morisca De Horno De Oro, Granada

The Casa Morisca de Horno de Oro offers a rare experience seeing a typical Muslim family  home with exquisite Moorish embellishments. The house dates back to the16th century and has beautiful doorways, a simple yet gorgeous pool, a beautiful courtyard and typical Moorish elements. The interiorsadd a historic charm to the place including the ceiling with a star shaped into them and the coffered pattern that adds a subtle elegance to the building. 

Casa Morisca De Horno De Oro Ticket Prices

  • Free to date.
  • Proposed prices in the future Euros 2.5  or Euros 28  with ‘golden double’entrance, which includes the Alhambra and other monuments.

How To reach Casa Morisca De Horno De Oro by Public Transport

  • By Bus: Cno del Sacromonte 1- Peso de la Harina
  • By Taxi
  • On Foot

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  • Nice moorish style house, free on sundays

  • Nothing to see

  • La Casa Horno de Oro se encuentra situada en el barrio de Axares - de la salud o del Deleite –, llamado así en época musulmana por sus buenas condiciones climáticas y la belleza de sus casas. Construida a finales del siglo XV, las transformaciones del siglo XVI hicieron de ella un interesante ejemplo de casa morisca que integra elementos islámicos y castellanos.

  • Casa típica granadina de la época árabe. Se puede comprar entrada combinada con el bañuelo y el Palacio de Dar Al-horra por 5€.

  • No lo conocía. Algo escondido y sin señalizar. Pero muy bonito. Merece la pena

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