Your Guide to Granada, Spain

Mary in Manhattan

Granada has a special place in my heart. I studied abroad there in 2011. Yep, I lived with a family, spoke Spanish, and lived that tapas life. Then, last year I visited again. I guess I just can’t get enough of it. Here are a few things you need to know about the Granada, Spain, the way of life, the can’t-miss restaurants, historical sites and best neighborhoods to stay.

Granada from above

Way of Life:

  • Tapas are free with any drink purchase at a bar. More on this later.
  • Servers are NOT in a rush. This is the South of Spain. The most traditionally Spanish. Don’t feel bad waving to get the server’s attention for each course, or even to get the menu. Or to order. Yeah, you have to be prepared to sit for a while, and have some nice conversation.
  • There’s no “To-Go.” Sit down and drink your coffee, damnit.
  • Stores…

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