Mirador De San CristobalCurrently Open
- Address: Ctra. de Murcia, 47, 18010 Granada, Spain
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 00:30 Mins
- Tags: View Point, Family And Kids
Mirador De San Cristobal - Review
The Mirador de San Cristobal is a viewpoint in Granada that overlooks the whole city and is preferred for taking a pictures of the city-scape. The place has a number of shops where you can buy small souvenirs.
The highlight of the place is seeing the city from here during sunset when the buildings lights up against the night sky. Stay here after sunset to pamper yourself with the peaceful ambience.
How To reach Mirador De San Cristobal by Public Transport
- By Bus: Mirador San Cristobal-Albaicin
- By Taxi
- On Foot
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Things to Know Before Visiting Mirador De San Cristobal
8.32% of people who visit Granada include Mirador De San Cristobal in their plan
4 PM - 5 PM
43.59% of people start their Mirador De San Cristobal visit around 4 PM - 5 PM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Mirador De San Cristobal
65.79% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Mirador De San Cristobal
Mirador De San Cristobal Trips
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Mirador De San Cristobal, Granada Reviews
A beautiful view from the top of Albaicin. An easy climb to reach along cobbled roads, delivering you a gorgeous view of the greater Granada area. It has an incomplete view of the Alhambra but an impressive view of the lower and more modern parts of Granada. There is a wall and bench to sit on, a moment to San Cristobal and there is a restaurant near by. For a nicer view of the Alhambra you might want to try the Mirador de San Nicolas.
Great spot for some pics of the old city walls during the time of the Moors. My historical knowledge of this area is not great but you can almost envisage the fighting that must of happened during the final days of Islam in Spain that finally led to the expulsion of Muslims from all of Spain. Absolutely fascinating stuff.
A good place to start your exploration of Albaicín. Take a bus to here, and then start descending the area. Gorgeous!
Great views of the old city wall and parts of the city. Not at all as good as San Nicolás for viewing the Alhambra. Because it is situated right next to a bus stop, it is easy to get to. However, this means large your groups can easily stop here and swarm the entire area.
Amazing views of Granada. Nice walk down to the city centre through the Albacin, but very, very steep (Good shoes is a must!)