Paseo De Los TristesCurrently Open
- Address: Paseo del Padre Manjón, 3, 18010 Granada, Spain
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Family And Kids, Neighborhoods
Paseo De Los Tristes - Review
The small neighbourhood beginning at the Bridge of the Chirimias was the place where major festivals and feasts took place until the 19th century. Today, the place is surrounded by a number of shops and restaurants and offers a fabulous view of Alhambra.
The fountain in the middle of the Paseo dates back to the early 17th century and compliments the historic place. A walk around the place is perfect to explore the urban delights of the city that marry beautiful with its history.
Paseo De Los Tristes Ticket Prices
- Prices of individual attractions vary.
Paseo De Los Tristes Hours
- Timings of various attractions around the place vary.
How To reach Paseo De Los Tristes by Public Transport
- By Bus: Cuesta del Chapiz 9
- By Taxi
- On Foot
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Things to Know Before Visiting Paseo De Los Tristes
22.86% of people who visit Granada include Paseo De Los Tristes in their plan
1 PM - 2 PM
46.49% of people start their Paseo De Los Tristes visit around 1 PM - 2 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Paseo De Los Tristes
55.96% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Paseo De Los Tristes
Paseo De Los Tristes Trips
Paseo De Los Tristes, Granada Reviews
Great street to walk along the river. I came here after going up to the Alhambra and I checked out some of the local shops. There are lots of restaurants, ice cream shops, and places to sit!
amazing loved every moment of it. such a beautiful place in the world
Restaurants here were a bit pricey but tapas came with the drinks at no charge. Good view of Alhambra from below.
Lots of people but awesome place. It's like being teleported to the the 13th century.
A must when visiting Granada. A romantic walk that will lead you to la Cuesta del Chapiz and then eventually to Albaicín. On the way you will find many cafes, restaurants and local handicraft shops.