Beneath the slopes of the Sierra Nevada, between the Genil and Darro rivers, lies perhaps the most interesting city in eastern Andalusia, Granada. An impressive Moorish legacy mingles with architectural gems from the Renaissance through to the 21st century, creating a city which truly is unique.
- Population: 345.000
- Location: South East of Spain (in the Andalusia region)
- Granada is Spain’s third-largest university city (over 60.000 students).
- Granada has a lot of lovely parks and gardens and has been declared a UNESCO Human Heritage site.