Tag: things to do in Granada

Special Nights in Granada

Even though we are experiencing an exceptional situation worldwide due to the global pandemic, culture doesn't stop in Granada. On this occasion, we will be able to enjoy magnificent events in two dream places such...

Martita de Graná Show in Granada

2020 is an unusual year for everyone. However, beyond all the negative consequences that COVID-19 brought, not everything is bad news. Martita de Graná has become an absolute phenomenon in Spain during the lockdown. Her...

Cahorros de Monachil, Granada

If you like hiking and want to enjoy a great excursion without leaving the city of Granada, Cahorros de Monachil is the perfect day trip for you. Located just 10 kilometers southwest of Granada, this...

Federico García Lorca’s Birthplace, Granada

Granada not only has many attractions in the city center but also on the outskirts. Fuente Vaqueros is a town just 20 kilometers from Granada and it's home to the birthplace of the illustrious...

CAU Theater Festival in Granada

At Linguaschools Granada, we encourage our students not only to learn Spanish but also to learn more about the local culture. And August provides a unique opportunity. Throughout August, we can enjoy the CAU theater...

Aquaola, the best water park in Granada

The summer in Granada is very hot with temperatures that can exceed 40 degrees celsius. So, it is important to look for refreshing alternatives that allow us to make the most of the warmer...

Jazz Festival in the Costa Tropical, Granada

Every July, at Linguaschools Granada, we enjoy a wonderful jazz festival in the town of Almuñécar, on the Costa Tropical. Not only the festival is a lot of fun but also very special for...

Exhibition “Picasso, the Guernica trip” in Granada

Guernica by Pablo Picasso is one of the most outstanding and influential works of art of the 20th century. Over time it has generated such fascination that it is currently an emblem of modern...

Things you didn’t know about The University of Granada

Granada is one of the most popular destinations among students. It's a beautiful city with spectacular attractions such as the Alhambra and Sierra Nevada, and it's also home to one of the best universities...

What is a ‘Pionono’ and where to eat it?

The pionono is a typical sweet that is handmade daily in Santa Fe, a town very close to the city of Granada. It's a small candy that was born around 1850. Its name is due...