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Our first time visiting the caves, although we've been to Granada 5 or 6 times. Nice steep climb up the hills, if the sun's out be prepared to sweat! Museo is well signposted so we didn't get lost and the walk is alongside the main...More
This was a nice display of cave houses and the history behind them. It takes about 45’ to walk through at 5€. The walk up is pretty steep, so leave the stilettos at home. We took a cab to Abadia del Sacromonte, and walked down...More
This is a fascinating collection of what were once cave dwellings. You can imagine living in these amazing carved out hollows. As well as a few mock ups of living arrangements, it is now used to showcase elements of the region and culture. Good English...More
The walk is a steady climb out of the centre of Granada, until the final 400 m which is a steep climb, but obviously short! At he top, take the time to have a drink and then look around the caves. They are very interesting,...More
Not as grand as the Catedral or the Alhambra. But an integral part of the culture and people of Granada.
Fascinating to see how the gypsies lived in caves.
They lived on the barren North side of the river valley. Museum covers the flora and...More
These caves are easy walking distance of Granada if you don't mind a steady climb. It took us 20 mins from the Albaicin area and we set off just after 9.30 to be there when it opened at 10am. The museum is great, very informative...More