Granada Guide

Discover this beautiful city.

Holidays and Ferias

Nightlife

Mae West: One of the best places to go

out in the city, especially on weekends.

Dancefloors with different music styles,

and great club to go if you want to party

around Spanish people. It is a bit more

expensive than the majority of places

but it is worth it. Address: Calle Neptuno

El Camborio: The club is extremely

popular among students, there always

special offers and even free entrance

tickets with ESN card. The place is also

well-known for its amazing view to La

Alhambra. Address: Camino del

Sacromonte, 47.

Calle Pedro Antonio de Alarcón: This

street is just about the bars, you can

make «a tour» during one night and try to

visit all of them, but for sure you will come

back there again and again.

Chupiteria 69: Famous place to try all

the kinds of shots that actually exist.

Students go out there regularly as the

shots are cheap. Address: Calle Socrates.

Granada 10: A nightclub with a huge

dance floor also especially famous among

Erasmus students. Take advantage of

your ESN card and get in for free.

Address: Calle Carcel Baja, 10.

Campus: A famous nightclub among

students. The entrance ticket always

includes a drink or two. There are

regular thematic parties every week.

Address: Plaza de Gracia, 1.

Babel Cafe-Pub: Nice place to have

some cocktails or beers with friends and

close to nightclubs in the city center.

Address: Pedro Antonio de Alarcon, 52.

Bellagio Granada: Quite a new place in

the city, mostly popular among people of

the age of 25-40. There are different

shows and concerts few times a month.

Address: Calle Neptuno, 10.

Ganivet: located very close to the city

center, a club with two floors and

delicious drinks. It is well-known place

among Spanish of different age to go out

on Fridays and Saturdays. Address: Calle

Ganivet, 13.

Holidays

August 15 National Assumption

October 12-13 National Dia de Hispanidad

November 1 National All Saints’ Day

December 6 National Constitution Day

December 8 National Inmaculada Concepcion

December 25 National Christmas

January 1 National New Year’s Day

January 2 Granada Catholic Conquest of the city

January 6 National Epiphany (3 Holy Kings Procession)

February 28 Andalucia Day of Andalucia

May 1 National Labour Day

August 15 National Assumption

September 15 Granada Nuestra Señora de las Angustias

Flamenco

Los Jardines de Zoraya enjoys a

privileged location in the historic Albaicin

quarter of Granada, just a few minutes

away from the Mirador de San

Nicolas.Los Jardines de Zoraya features

two nightly flamenco performances

every day with a full service restaurant.

Different ticket options are available:

show with a drink and one tapa for 20 €

(customers can also choose to order

additional items from the restaurant

menu) or show with a fixed price dinner

menu for 45 €.

The flamenco shows in El Templo del

Flamenco are lasting one hour and

fifteen minutes with between six and

eight artists. The venue offers ticket

options for the show with drink or a fixed

price menu which features quality,

regional cuisine.