Paseo De Los Tristes, Granada

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Paseo De Los Tristes, Granada - Address

Address: Paseo del Padre Manjón, 3, 18010 Granada, Spain

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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. 

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How To reach Paseo De Los Tristes by Public Transport

  • By Bus: Cuesta del Chapiz 9
  • By Taxi
  • On Foot

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  • The main street of Albaicin it's a great place to walk, have a drink, eat "tapas", draw, listen to flamenco, and the list goes on and on. It's true, there are lots of cars and u need to get by the walls, but we didn't mind at all. It's part of Granada"s charm. I would definetely come back here.

  • Pleasant place to hang out after visiting the Alhambra even if a bit touristy. Nice atmosphere, street musicians entertaining you whil you drink a beer outside.

  • This is without a doubt one of the main landmarks in Granada. Great views of the Alhambra though it's usually very crowded. You can also shop some souvenirs here.

  • A rare open space providing stone benches looking up to the Alhambra. Open air restaurants with standard menus and prices.

  • Take a nice stroll at night, bring a jacket it gets cold. And enjoy the beautiful buildings on top of the hill

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