Train to Granada 1,5 h. / Check: renfe.es
Located in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, Granada is named after the pomegranate apple.
The city is a vibrant university town with a population of about 250,000. The university was founded in 1532. Since 1238, the city has been the Islamic capital of the Kingdom of Granada for over 200 years. The central sights of the Old Town are around a large cathedral. Amidst its old history, there is also the new tram and the new special long buses.
The most famous attraction is the Alhambra Fortress. Alhambra
Stay in the city for 1 or 2 nights and enjoy the city and the Alhambra fortress. Try the new special buses. Buy a ticket and use bus a moment and come back. Buses are quite different from what you are used to. Next to the cathedral is a tombstone showing one of Spain’s most famous rulers, Isabel and Fernando.